Jimmy Evans – Grand Larceny
On Monday, April 27, 2016, Oxford police detectives were contacted by Coca Cola Inc. regarding recent thefts from vending machines in Oxford area that spanned from September 2016 to April 2016. The total amount stolen was $19,224. Upon acquiring photos of the suspect, a positive identification was made and a warrant was issued for Jimmy Evans (67 of Potts Camp) who recently retired from Coca Cola Inc. Evans was using his employee key to unlock the machines to take the cash within. He turned himself in on Wednesday, May 4 at the Oxford police department. Judge Bell saw him for his initial appearance and set his bond at $2,500.
Oxford police responded to the following incidents: four suspicious activities, three welfare concerns, three scams, three alarms, two fire department assists, a 911 hang up call, an animal complaint, an ambulance assist, an auto burglary at The Connection, a lost property, an illegally parked car and a grand larceny.
Oxford police investigated five wrecks, issued 40 traffic citations and made nine arrests on the following charges:
(6) Public intoxication
University police responded to the following incidents: six vehicle stops, response to an audible car alarm with discovery of possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of beer by a minor in Fraternity Alley, and emergency medical services for a public drunk at J.D. Williams Library.
Oxford Fire Department are currently responding to call.:
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