Crime report: Thursday, Sept. 3

Published 8:40 am Thursday, September 3, 2015


Neighborhood Watch

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— The Oxford Police Department reported a vehicle burglary at Panera on West Jackson Avenue.

Oxford Police

Officers investigated 11 wrecks, issued 63 tickets and made 17 arrests on the following charges:

— Careless driving and DUI

— Careless driving, fake ID and DUI

— Running a stop sign and fake ID

— Public intoxication

— Possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of narcotics

— Two careless driving, fake ID and minor in possession of alcohol

— No seat belt, fake ID and minor in possession of alcohol

— Two for no seat belt and minor in possession of alcohol

— Careless driving and minor in possession of alcohol

— No seat belt and no driver’s license

— Minor in possession of alcohol

— Speeding, no insurance and driving while license suspended

— Warrant served, no seat belt and driving while license suspended

— Trespassing

— Speeding and possession of drug paraphernalia

Officers investigated the following reports:

— Five suspicious activities

— Two noise violations

— Lost property

— Three ambulance assists

— Three alarms

— Careless driving

— Malicious mischief

— Petty theft

— Vehicle burglary 

— Disturbance

University Police

Officers investigated two wrecks, made one arrest for public intoxication and investigated the following reports:

— Two ambulance assists

— Two larcenies

— Two stalking reports

— Lost property

— Service call

— Citation for person under 21 with beer

— EMS call due to intoxicated person

Sheriff’s Department

Deputies investigated the following reports:

— Three alarms

— Animal complaint

— Five disturbances

— Two harassment complaints

— Juvenile complaint

— Two service calls

— Two suspicious activities

— Transport

— Two civil matters

— Possible child abuse (Panola County)

How you can help

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