Oxford police responded to the following incidents: 11 alarms, 10 suspicious noises, six careless drivers, five noise complaints, five welfare concerns, three disturbances, two counterfeit currencies, a motorist assist, a malicious mischief, an animal complaint, a recovered property, a harassing phone call, a civil mater, a petit larceny, an embezzlement, and a grand larceny.
Oxford police investigated 10 wrecks, issued 148 traffic citations, and made 14 arrests on the following charges: (2) shoplifting; (2) possession of drug paraphernalia; a minor in possession of alcohol; a speeding with no car insurance and with a DUI; a driving without a driver’s license and car insurance; a speeding with no driver’s license nor car insurance; a speeding with no car insurance but with a DUI; a reckless driving with no car insurance nor driver’s license but with a DUI; a public intoxication with possession of fake ID; a speeding with DUI; a possession of fake ID and no car tag; a driving with no headlights nor driver’s license.
University police responded to the following incidents: a harassment at University Counseling Center, a service call for an ambulance at Indoor Practice Facility, a fire alarm at Crosby Hall, and a disturbance via loud noises and music at Beta Theta Pi.
Oxford Fire Department responded to the following calls: a smoke detector activated by dust stirred up by workers cutting a hole in the wall at Thad Cochran Building, a small gas leak at First Presbyterian Church, a broken sprinkler water pipe at Highland Square, a broken sprinkler water pipe at Rickey Britt Sr. Boulevard – Suite 7, a broken sprinkler water pipe at South End Zone, a broken sprinkler water pipe at Turnberry Condos #M350, a prank discharge of the fire extinguisher at Phi Kappa Tau house, a service call for sprinkler system at Faulkner Flats, a cancelled call at Oxford Health and Rehabilitation, a heat detector alarm in air handling unit due to a power outrage at The Locker Room, a heat detector malfunction at Crosby Hall’s first floor, a smoke detector beeping in need of new batteries at 2027 Barry Cove, and a heat detector malfuncion at Natural Products – Room 213C.
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