Randy Hudson – Uttering, Forgery
On July 22, 2016, Oxford police officers arrested Randy Hudson (41 of Grenada). He was picked up by Tunica County sheriff’s department on a traffic stop. Oxford police department had a felony warrant on Hudson, and the Oxford police officers arrived at Tunica County sheriff’s department to transport Hudson. His bond was revoked because he was out on a previous felony bond.
Oxford police responded to the following incidents: five alarms, three malicious mischief, two reported DUI drivers, two burglaries (Highland Square and The Links), two littering, a noise violation, a disturbance, a suspicious activity, a false pretense, a simple assault, a identity theft, a simple assault, a recovered property, a civil matter, harassing phone calls, a welfare concern, a shoplifting, an uttering forgery and a 911 hang up call.
Oxford police investigated six wrecks, issued 23 traffic citations and made three arrests on the following charges:
Public intoxication and possession of drug paraphernalia
Lafayette sheriff’s department responded to the following incidents: seven service calls, four suspicious activities, four traffic complaints, three petit larcenies, three accidents, three welfare concerns, two alarms, two transportations, two follow-ups, two unauthorized uses of a vehicle, an animal complaint, a disturbance, a harassment, and an identity theft.
Lafayette sheriff’s department made two arrests on the following charges:
Warrant for contempt of court
Possession of drug paraphernalia
University police department responded to the following incidents: two vehicle stops, two accidental hit and runs at Brown Hall and Deaton Hall and a petit larceny on Intramural Field Road.
Oxford Fire Department responded to the following calls:
Fire alarm at 7:12 a.m. due to construction workers at 2495 Old Taylor Road #1204
Smoke detector activation at 2:34 p.m. due to workers at The Pavilion
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