Oxford police responded to the following incidents: 14 suspicious activities, 14 disturbances, nine noise complaints, five alarms, five reported careless drivers, five malicious mischiefs, four motorist assists, three shopliftings, three public intoxications, two harassing phone calls, two petit larcenies, two ambulance assists, two parking complaints, two domestic violence, two fire department assists, two grand larcnies, two lost properties, an animal complaint, a simple assault, a trespassing, and a 911 hang up call.
Oxford police investigated 21 wrecks, issued 73 traffic citations and made 16 arrests on the following charges: (3) public intoxications, a domestic violence, a simple assault, a public consumption on city street, a shoplifting, a littering with failure to yield to emergency vehicle, driving the wrong way on one way street with a DUI, a public intoxication with possession of fake ID, a seatbelt violation with minor in possession of alcohol, a speeding with no car insurance and a DUI, a DUI with possession of fake ID, a careless driving with suspended driver’s license and a DUI, a no tag with minor in possession of alcohol, and a suspended driver’s license with a seatbelt violation and no car insurance.
University police responded to the following incidents: 18 vehicle stops on campus, a possession of drug paraphernalia with a fake ID and also a possession of alcohol by minor in Fraternity Alley, emergency medical service call for an intoxicated person at Oxford-University Stadium, a possession of marijuana with intention at Stockard Hall, and a vehicle accident at Pittman Hall.
Oxford Fire Department responded to the following calls: a smoke detector activated by shower steam at Indoor Practice Facility, a smoke detector activation in housemother’s office caused by a heavy spray of air freshener at Phi Kappa Tau house, a burglar alarm at 122 Garden Terrace, a prank pull and breaking of the fire alarm on the second floor of Phi Delta Theta house, a car tire on fire twice at 117 Garden Terrace, a smoke detector activated by cooking at The Village Building 108 Apt. 9, a smoke detector activated by changing oil at Rooster’s, a cancelled call at 200 Sivley Street, a smoke detector activated by smoke machine at the Powerhouse, a prank discharge of the fire extinguisher at Kappa Sigma house, a carbon-dioxide monitor beeping due to low battery at 1605 East Jackson Avenue, a smoke detector malfunction at The Village Building 134 Apt. 1, and a smoke detector activated by cooking at Northgate 187 B.
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