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Oxford Crime Report: Tuesday, May 3

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Marcus Hilliard – Burglary

marcus Hilliard

On May 3, Oxford police investigators charged Marcus Hilliard (34 of Oxford) with two counts of residential burglary (97-17-23).

On April 1, 2016, officers responded to a report of an intruder of a residence in Falls Grove. Upon arrival, the victim told the officers that a black male followed her home in a white car and then forced his way into the house. Once the male left, the victim said her cell phone was gone. The suspect called his own cell phone from the victim’s cell phone after stealing it. The victim then found the number through her phone records, and the number came back to Hilliard’s cell phone. The victim also chose Hilliard from a photo lineup.

On April 23, 2016, the officers responded to a report of an intruder of a residence at North 14th Street. Upon arrival, the victim told the officers that she left her house door unlocked for her boyfriend to return home. The suspect walked right into the victim’s house to lay in her bed and kiss her. When the victim opened her eyes, she realized the guy in her bed was the person who cut her lawn and not her boyfriend. After he left the house, witnesses saw the suspect leave in a white car. The victim later picked Marcus Hilliard from the photo lineup.

His bond is now set at $5,000.

Rotoya Draper – Burglary

Rotoya Draper

On May 3, Oxford police investigators arrested Rotoya Draper (21 of Panola County) for one count of Burglary 97-17-23.

On April 21, 2016, officers responded to a report of a burglary at 900 Whirpool Drive. Through an investigation, the officers determined that Draper and a number of her friends forcefully entered a roommate’s locked bedroom without permission and took several items. The victim saw some of her stolen items in these girls’ possessions and then signed charges on them.

Draper’s bond was set at $2,500, and there will be more arrests made on this case.

Oxford police responded to the following incidents: eight alarms, four disturbances, three welfare concerns, two ambulances, harassing phone calls, 911 hang up call, a civil matter, a complaint of lost property, a trespassing, a credit card fraud, a suspicious activity, an illegally parked car, a counterfeit money, a petit larceny and a fire department assist.

Oxford police investigated five wrecks, issued 23 traffic citations and made four arrests on the following charges:
Warrant served
Possession of drug paraphernalia
Suspended driver’s license and no insurance (wreck)
Suspended driver’s license, possession of drug paraphernalia and DUI (wreck)

University police responded to the following incidents: four vehicle stops, two suspicious persons at Student Union Drive and Brevard Hall, a suspicious vehicle at Martindale Building, and a moving violation per driving without headlights and faulty driver’s license.

Oxford Fire Department responded to the following calls:
A false alarm at 7:00 a.m. to the Courtyard by Marriott

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