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Oxford Crime Report: Friday-Monday, May 22-25


Oxford police responded to the following incidents: 16 alarms, 11 disturbances, eight suspicious activities, six noise violations, six animal complaints, five ambulance assists, five auto-burglaries: three at The Links, one at Wal-Mart and one at IHOP, four welfare concerns, three malicious mischief, two 911 hang up calls, two civil matters, two petit larcenies, two house burglaries at Taylor Bend and Oxford Square, two careless drivers, two lost properties, two fire department assists, a trespassing and a recovered property.

Oxford police investigated 17 wrecks, issued 42 traffic citations and made 16 arrests on the following charges: (5) public intoxication; (3) careless drivers & DUI; a careless driving with no car insurance but with possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana; a possession of marijuana; a warrant served; a no car tag and DUI; a careless driving with DUI and failure to comply; a credit card fraud; a careless driving with a suspended driver’s license and no car insurance; and a shoplifting.

University police responded to the following incidents: 14 vehicle stops, an attempted forced entry at Campus Walk on Friday; a moving violation per speeding, careless driving with DUI on Friday; a petit larceny at J.D. Williams Library on Saturday; a suspicious vehicle at Whirlpool building on Saturday; and a traffic detail at Residential College on Sunday.

Oxford Fire Department responded to the following calls: a person stuck on an elevator at 4:22 p.m. at Turnberry Condominiums on Friday; fire alarm activated by burned popcorn at 5:35 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church on Friday; a fire in a ditch where workers dumped brush at 2:42 p.m. on North Lamar between Sparks and Gathright building on Saturday; a resident reported smelling smoke at 6:22 p.m. but no discovery was made at Canterbury Crest #112 on Saturday; a fire alarm station damaged at 10:07 a.m. in the Alpha Omicron Pi house mother’s room on Sunday; and a smoke detector malfunction at 10:23 p.m. at Martin Hall #924 on Monday.

Mississippi Highway Patrol concluded their annual Memorial Day enforcement period last night. During the period which began Friday at 6 p.m., MHP issued 5,051 citations statewide. Numbers include 126 DUI arrests, 16 drug arrests, 7 felony arrests, 551 seatbelt citations, and 50 child restraint citations. On state and federal highway systems, MHP investigated 124 traffic crashes, including 2 fatalities and 33 injuries.

All photographs and lists in Oxford Crime Report are provided by law personnel to HottyToddy.com as part of the public record. All persons depicted are innocent until convicted by a court of law.

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