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Oxford Crime Reports for July 24, 2018

The following reports were made July 24, 2018, by city, university and county law enforcement agencies. 
Oxford Police Department investigated three wrecks, issued 25 tickets and investigated the following reports:
1 911 hang-up
7 alarms
3 careless drivers
1 civil matter
1 disturbing the peace
1 littering
2 motorist assists
1 noise violation
1 residential burglary
1 shoplifting
Officers made the following arrests:
1 DUI and speeding
1 possession of drug paraphernalia and speeding
1 possession of drug paraphernalia and careless driving
Lafayette County Sheriff’s Department investigated two wrecks, made one arrest for contempt of court and investigated the following reports:
2 animal complaints
1 harassment
2 suspicious activities
4 welfare concerns
4 transports
1 information
1 follow up
3 fraud
1 assistance call
23 papers served
University Police Department investigated a report of larceny and conducted three traffic stops.
Oxford Fire Department responded to the following calls:
At 8:50 a.m. to the Oxford-University United Methodist Church for an alarm but a church member advised they were testing the system
At 12:44 p.m. to West Jackson Avenue and Hathorn Road for a wreck; assisted EMS with one patient
At 2:33 p.m. to Highland Place for an upstairs smoke detector malfunction
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