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Oxford Crime Report: Wednesday, April 13

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Oxford police responded to the following incidents: two disturbances, a noise violation, a suspicious activity, a careless driving, an ambulance assist, a malicious mischief, a trespassing, a grand larceny and a petit larceny.

Oxford police investigated six wrecks, issued 31 traffic citations and made five arrests on the following charges:
Public intoxication
Careless Driving, minor in possession and DUI
No driver’s license, no insurance and DUI (wreck)
Failure to yield and possession of drug paraphernalia
Careless driving, expired tag, possession of drug paraphernalia and DUI

University police responded to the following incidents: a suspicious vehicle in Kincannon parking lot, vandalism per malicious mischief at Delta Psi, accidental hit and run at Tad Smith Coliseum, a petit larceny at Ole Miss Band Hall and a larceny at Ford Center.

Oxford Fire Department responded to the following call: a smoke detector malfunction at 3:47 a.m. at Riverside Place.

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