Jamie Carter – Burglary
On Wednesday April 16, police officers responded to Oxford Square Townhomes in reference to a disturbance. Once on scene, officers discovered that Jamie Carter, 23 years old of Oxford, broke into and entered the residence of his girlfriend. Carter then got into a domestic disturbance with her. Carter was arrested and transported to the Lafayette County Detention Center. He has been taken before Judge Mickey Avent and his bond was set at $2,500. Carter is currently on probation with the Mississippi Department of Corrections and is being held pending a revocation hearing.
James Mathis – Burglary
On April 14, police officers responded to an auto burglary that had just occurred. The victim stated that he was following the suspect, who was later identified as James Mathis, 53 years old of Oxford. Once officers made contact with Mathis, they found items from the victim’s car in Mathis’ possession. Mathis was arrested for auto burglary and transported to the Lafayette County Detention Center. He was taken before Judge Mickey Avent and his bond was set at $1,500.00.
Oxford police responded to the following incidents: four noise violations, four alarms, four disturbances, three fire department assists, two harassing phone calls, a false identifying information, a welfare concern, a careless driver, a suspicious activity, an embezzlement, a lost property, a trespassing, and an improper parking.
Oxford police investigated nine wrecks, issued 50 traffic citations and made 10 arrests on the following charges: (2) careless driving and DUI; (2) speeding and DUI; (2)careless driving with possession of a fake ID and a minor in possession of alcohol; a failure to yield with a minor in possession of alcohol and DUI; a simple assault; a malicious mischief; a driving with no headlights and a suspended driver’s license.
University police responded to the following incidents: a possession of drug paraphernalia at Kincannon Hall; a service call for an ambulance at Kappa Kappa Gamma house; a moving violation per disregard of a traffic control device at University Circle; a vehicle accident on Fraternity Row; a petit larceny at Crosby Hall; and a vehicle accident in Union Lot.
Oxford Fire Department responded to the following calls: a duct malfunction at Della Davidson; a shorted-out TV smoking at NMRC; a testing of alarm system at The Rafter’s (new bar under construction); a report of a wreck with leaking gas but no gas leak was found at Belk Boulevard and South Lamar; a smoke detector activated by cooking at Canterbury Crest 117; a smoke detector malfunction at The Connection 6634; and a sign at patio shorted out and sparked at Abner’s on West Jackson Avenue.
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