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OPD Makes Multiple Arrests For Alleged Credit Card Fraud & Vehicle Theft

Steven Pettit

On July 17, 2017, the owner of Bridge Properties came to the Oxford Police Department to report one of his employees fraudulently using the companies Home Depot credit card. The transactions were done from August 9, 2016, through July 17, 2017, for a total amount of $3,823.03.
The owner signed an affidavit of arrest for Felony False Pretense against the employee who was identified as Steven Pettit (38 of Oxford). An arrest warrant was issued and Steven Pettit was arrested by investigators with the Oxford Police Department at Bridge Properties and transported to the Lafayette County Detention Center. He was given a bond of $5,000.
William T. Hammond

On 7/5/17 Officers with the Oxford Police Department responded to Combs Street for a report of a stolen vehicle. The victim stated that William T. Hammond (24) of Brookhaven, stole his vehicle.
On 7/16/17 Hammonds was arrested by the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Department for an unrelated warrant.
On 7/18/17 Hammonds was transported back to Lafayette County and his bond was set at $5,000.00. The vehicle has been recovered.


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