Jarvis Carter – Burglary
On Tuesday, April 5, the Oxford police department arrested Jarvis Carter (19 of Oxford) for burglary. On Tuesday, April 4, police officers responded to the Saddle Creek subdivision for a residential burglary. The resident reported that two laptops were stolen. Later on Tuesday night, the officers stopped Carter and then conducted a search of his car. During the search, they recovered two laptops. Investigators were able to identify the laptops in Carter’s possession as being the two stolen from Saddle Creek. Carter was arrested on scene and was later given a bond of $2,500.
Oxford police responded to the following incidents: 11 suspicious activities, five alarms, three welfare concerns, two harassing phone calls, a noise violation, a disturbance, a petit larceny, a public intoxication and a lost property.
Oxford police investigated 10 wrecks, issued 19 traffic citations and made five arrests on the following charges:
Possession of marijuana
Careless driving and DUI
Possession of drug paraphernalia
Expired driver’s license and DUI
Wrong way on a one-way and possession of drug paraphernalia
University police responded to the following incidents: 10 vehicle stops.
Oxford Fire Department responded to the following call: a wreck at 2:02 a.m. but no extrication was needed at South 17th Street and East Jackson Avenue.
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