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Oxford Crime Report: Friday – Sunday, June 10 – 12 – Burglary, Discharging a Firearm


Brandon Slate – Burglary, Grand Larceny
Slate, Brandon

Khivante Brannon – Burglary

Brannon, Khivante

On Thursday, June 9, the Oxford Police Department arrested Brandon Slate (18 of Oxford) and Khivante Brannon (18 of Oxford) for three counts of residential burglary and one count of auto burglary on both men.

On May 18, 2016, the police department received a call of suspicious activity and people running from houses in the Grand Oaks subdivision from someone who was walking outside with their dog. The police later found that two houses had been broken into. There were also several other houses with windows broken out but no entry was made into the residence.

On May 24, 2016, the police department received a call in the Notting Hill subdivision about a house burglary and auto burglary. Items from Notting Hill and Grand Oaks were later found near Brittany Woods in a wooded area. Later in the week more cars were broken into on Access Road. During those break-ins officers responded and got in a foot chase with two suspects.

Both suspects were caught and through the investigation Slate and Brannon was found to be involved with these burglaries along with other individuals. Slate also has a Grand Larceny charge from Huddle House where he stole someone’s iPad from the business. Slate and Brannon were given a bond of $20,000.

Oxford police responded to the following incidents: 12 alarms, nine suspicious activities, seven disturbances, six ambulance assists, six welfare concerns, five animal complaints, four malicious mischief, three civil matter, three reported DUI drivers, three simple assaults, three motorist assists, two shoplifting, two illegally parked cars, two complaints of lost property, two code violations, two auto burglaries at The Links, two noise violations, a petit larceny, a fire department assist, a littering, a 911 hang up call, a discharging the firearm within city limits, and a residential burglary at South 16th Street.

Oxford police investigated 10 wrecks, issued 61 traffic citations and made seven arrests on the following charges:
Speeding and DUI
Possession of drug paraphernalia
Careless driving and no driver’s license
One headlight, no tag, no insurance and DUI
Speeding, child restraint and no driver’s license
Speeding, suspended driver’s license and expired tag
Possession of marijuana, child endangerment by DUI and DUI

University police responded to the following incidents:
Friday, June 10
(4) Vehicle stops
(2) Vehicle accidents on Sorority Row
Service call for an ambulance at Campus Walk Apartments
Saturday, June 11
(10) Vehicle stops
Sunday, June 12
(6) Vehicle stops
Moving violation per running a stop sign at Northgate Apartments
Moving violation per speeding with a suspended driver’s license on Intramural Field Road
Moving violation per speeding on campus

Oxford Fire Department responded to the following calls:
Friday, June 10
No calls
Saturday, June 11
No calls
Sunday, June 12
Detector alert at 3:59 a.m. due to water leaking into the detector at 1101 Molly Barr Ridge
Fire alarm pull station malfunction at 1:16 p.m. at Barksdale Honors College
Smoke detector activation at 4:14 p.m. due to someone smoking an E-cig at The Graduate
Smoke detector malfunction at 6:37 p.m. on third floor outside Lab 3011 at National Center for Natural Products Research
Smoke detector malfunction at 10:20 p.m. on third floor outside Lab 3024 at National Center for Natural Products Research

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