Felipe Armendariz – Burglary
On Saturday, May 23, the Oxford Police Department received a call about an unknown subject that broke into 1802 Jackson Avenue West Apartment 181. A female caller reported the person inside the residence saw her and ran out the front door. Officers arrived on scene and saw a Hispanic male later identified as Felipe Alejandro Saucedo-Armendariz, 33 of Oxford, leaving the apartment. When he saw the police a foot pursuit began resulting in Armendariz being caught, arrested and charged with burglary. He was taken to Justice Court where he was given a bond of $5,000. Oxford police say it is unknown at this time if Armendariz is connected to any other burglaries in the area.
Oxford police responded to the following incidents: seven disturbances, three suspicious activities, three alarms, two scams, two civil matters, a motorist assist, a welfare concern, a noise violation, a careless driver, a petit larceny, and an animal complaint.
Oxford police investigated five wrecks, issued three traffic citations and made one arrest for shoplifting.
University police responded to the following incidents: six vehicle stops, a vehicle wreck at the Ole Miss band hall, and a trespassing at J.D. Williams Library.
Oxford Fire Department responded to the following calls: a cancelled call at 9:24 a.m. at Alpha Omicron Pi house, an alarm system overheat at 7:18 p.m. at 3830 Majestic Oaks Drive, and a burned grease on the stove with a burning in the microwave at 8:37 p.m. at The Connection #831.
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