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Oxford Crime & Emergency Reports from Nov. 7, 2019

The following reports were made Nov. 7, 2019, by city and county law enforcement agencies, unless otherwise indicated.

Oxford Police Department issued 59 tickets, investigated 20 wrecks and the following reports:
2 911 hang-ups
7 alarms
2 ambulance assists
3 careless drivers
2 civil matters
8 disturbing the peace complaints
1 domestic violence with simple assault
2 fire department assists
2 lost properties
1 malicious mischief
1 motorist assist
1 reckless driving
9 suspicious activities
3 suspicious people
1 suspicious vehicle
2 vehicle searches
3 welfare checks

Officers made the following arrests:
1 DUI-second, suspended driver’s license, no insurance and one headlight
1 larceny
1 larceny and credit card fraud
1 public drunk
1 public drunk and open container of alcohol

Lafayette Sheriff’s Department made no arrests and investigated the following reports:
3 animal complaints
1 civil matter
2 harassments
1 information
1 reckless driving
4 service calls
1 transport
1 welfare concern
2 service processes

University Police Department made no arrests and investigated the following reports:
1 possession of alcohol housing referral
1 ambulance needed
1 suicide attempt
2 intoxicated people
1 suspicious vehicle

Oxford Fire Department responded to the following calls:
10:02 a.m. – The Blake room 232 – smoke detector malfunction
3:08 p.m. – Chili’s – call canceled
4:31 p.m. – Public Library – people stuck on the elevator

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