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Crime reports: Monday Aug. 31

—Friday-Sunday

Oxford Police

Officers investigated 24 wrecks, issued 98 tickets and made 53 arrests on the following charges:

— Speeding, no insurance, reckless driving, failure to yield to blue lights, no tag

— 17 for public intoxication

— Warrant served

— Noise violation and DUI

— Careless driving, expired driver’s license, no insurance, possession of a fake ID, minor in possession of alcohol and DUI

— Two noise violations

— Minor in possession of alcohol, possession of fake ID and open container

— Two littering

— Shoplifting

— Careless driving, possession of drug paraphernalia and DUI

— Speeding, careless driving and DUI

— Careless driving, no insurance, DUI

— Public intoxication and resisting arrest

— Two for minor in possession of alcohol and fake ID

— Careless driving, no insurance and possession of drug paraphernalia

— Public intoxication, fake ID and possession of narcotics

— Disorderly conduct and fake ID

— Public intoxication and possession of narcotics

— Disorderly conduct and resisting arrest

— Public intoxication and fake ID

— Eight open containers

— Possession of fake ID

— Minor in possession of alcohol

— Minor in possession of alcohol and fake ID

— Disorderly conduct

— Careless driving and fake ID

— Careless driving and possession of narcotics

Officers investigated the following reports:

— Nine suspicious activities

— Two alarms

— Three civil matters

— Nine welfare checks

— Eight noise violations

— Five ambulance assists

— Motorist assist

— Fire department assist

— Four improper parking

— Seven disturbances

— Credit card fraud

— Trespassing

— Five malicious mischief complaints

— Code violation

— Petty theft

— Two alarms

— Three lost properties

— Careless driving

— Grand theft

University Police

Officers investigated four wrecks and made 10 arrests on the following charges:

— 10 for public drunkenness

— Disorderly conduct and public drunkenness

— Possession of drug paraphernalia

Officers investigated the following reports:

— Two harassment complaints

— Six citations for possession of alcohol by person under 21

— Three service calls

— Two citations for possession of beer and minor in possession

— Six citations for possession of drug paraphernalia

— Two larcenies

— Citation for possession of a controlled substance

— Ambulance due to intoxication

— Simple assault

— Attempted suicide

— Medical call

Sheriff’s Department

Deputies investigated two wrecks and made four arrests on the following charges:

— No driver’s license

— Public drunkenness

— Disorderly conduct

— Simple assault

Deputies investigated the following charges:

— Two simple assaults

— Six alarms

— Three animal complaints

— Vehicle burglary (See above)

— Residential burglary (See above)

— Nine disturbances

— Three domestic violence complaints

— Petty theft

— Five harassments

— Juvenile complaint

— Two malicious mischief complaints

— 21 service calls

— Three suspicious activities

— Two transports

— Three welfare checks

— Civil matter

— Three traffic complaints

— Death, natural cause

— Possible child abuse

— Follow up

— Stolen vehicle recovered

— Missing person (Panola County)

Oxford Fire Department

Firefighters responded to the following calls:

— Concrete truck roll over at 10:09 a.m. Friday on Highway 30; helped with extrication

— Smoke detector malfunction at 6:16 p.m. at Brown Hall on campus; no fire

— Smoke detector malfunctions at 6:18 and 6:44 p.m. at Sigma Phi Epsilon on campus; no fire

— Downstairs smoke detector at 12:14 a.m. Saturday at the SAE house on campus; no fire

— Smoke detector malfunction at 2:16 a.m. Saturday at Brown Hall on campus; no fire

— Workers tearing out sheet rock activated a smoke detector at 5:12 a.m. Saturday at The Blind Pig and Thompson House; no fire

— Attic duct activation at 12:09 and 12:37 p.m. Saturday at the Chi Omega house on campus; no fire

— Smoke machine activated a smoke detector at 11:21 p.m. Saturday at The Depot; no fire

— Smoke detector malfunction at 1:02 a.m. Sunday at Lamar Lounge; no fire

— An alarm at 9:31 a.m. Sunday at 701 Faulkner Woods; canceled

— Alarm company activated alarm by mistake at 10:18 a.m. Sunday at the Kappa Sigma house on campus; no fire

— Public assist at 4:50 p.m. and 11:02 p.m. at 106 Carriage Cove

— Elevator rescue at 10:47 p.m. Sunday at Town Place Suites Marriott; opened doors

Lafayette County Fire

Firefighters responded to three calls this weekend but details were unavailable.

County EMS

Fifty EMS calls were reported.

How you can help

To report information about a crime, call Crimestoppers at 662-234-8477.

Neighborhood Watch

A listing of local burglaries supplied by law enforcement agencies to warn residents to take extra security precautions:

— The Lafayette County Sheriff’s Department reported a vehicle burglary on County Road 249 and two residential burglaries, with one on CR 249 and CR 509.