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Crime reports: Wednesday, Sept. 9

—Tuesday

Neighborhood Watch

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

— The Oxford Police Department reported two vehicle burglaries with one on Pegues Road and another on Molly Barr Tails.

— The Lafayette County Sheriff’s Department reported six vehicle burglaries with one on CR 161 and five on Highway 7 South.

Oxford Police

Officers investigated nine wrecks, issued 12 tickets and made three arrests on the following charges:

— No headlights

— Running a stop sign and driving while license suspended

— Warrant served

Reports:

— Noise violation

— Two civil matters

— Two burglaries (See above)

— Disturbance

— Petty theft

— Alarm

— Four welfare checks

— Three malicious mischief complaints

— Two careless driving complaints

— Public intoxication

— Scam

— Two motorist assists

— Child restraint violation

— 911 hang-up

University Police

Officers investigated one wreck, made one arrest for driving while license suspended and disregard of traffic control device

Reports:

— Two service calls

— Petty theft

— Lost property

— Suspicious person

Sheriff’s Department

(Friday-Tuesday)

Deputies investigated eight wrecks and made eight arrests on the following reports:

— Armed robbery (See this page)

— Contempt of court and manufacturer of marijuana

— Shoplifting

— Domestic violence with simple assault

— Simple assault, malicious mischief and trespassing

— DUI and careless driving

— Driving while license suspended

— Driving while license suspended and no tag

Reports:

— 11 alarms

— 18 disturbances

— Two harassment complaints

— Juvenile complaint

— 31 service calls

— Four welfare checks

— Transport

— Eight civil matters

— Three follow-ups

— Six traffic complaint

— Aggravated assault

— Six animal complaints

— Six vehicle burglaries (See above)

— Domestic violence

— Two petty thefts

— Malicious mischief

— Nine suspicious activities

Emergencies

Oxford Fire Department

Firefighters responded to the following calls:

— Burned toast set off alarm at 7:10 a.m. at Anderson Hall; no fire

— Alarm at 10:23 a.m. at 409 CR Road; canceled

— Smell of wires burning at 5:24 p.m. at Lafayette County Detention Center; no cause found

Lafayette County Fire

No activity to report.

County EMS

13 EMS calls were reported in the county.