Crime Reports

Published 12:00 pm Friday, October 30, 2015


OPD arrests woman for credit card fraud

Police this week arrested a Booneville woman accused of credit card fraud.

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Investigators on Thursday charged Angelica Crowell, 25, of Booneville with one count of credit card fraud. Police said Crowell was caught using a stolen debit card at seven different locations in Oxford.

Crowell has been arrested and her bond was set at $2,500.00.

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Oxford Police Department


5 alarms

2 welfare concerns

4 suspicious activities

2 ambulance assists

9 disturbances

1 simple assault

2 petit larcenies

1 recovered property

2 911 hang-ups

1 improper parking

1 credit card fraud

1 fire department assist

1 embezzlement

1 shoplifting

2 civil matters

1 auto burglary – The Brittany Store

1 harassing phone calls

14 traffic citations

8 wrecks


1 careless driving and possession of drug paraphernalia

1 fake ID

1 possession of drug paraphernalia

1 warrant served

1 one headlight, suspended driver’s license, possession of drug paraphernalia and warrant served

1 noise violation

Sheriff’s Department


1 accident

3 alarms

1 animal complaint

5 disturbances

1 domestic violence

1 petit larceny

1 harassment

2 juvenile complaints

9 service calls

4 suspicious activities

4 welfare concern

2 scam

5 transport

1 civil matters

1 ID theft

2 follow up

2 traffic complaints



University Police


3 arrests for public drunk

1 university citation for minor in possession alcohol

3 motor vehicle accidents

1 report of larceny – stolen bicycle

1 service call – welfare check

How you can help

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


Oxford Fire Department

At 7:40 a.m. went to Turnberry Condos when a power line down on a tree limb, causing the limb to start smoking.

At 3:20 p.m. called to the Highway 7 South and County Road 322 area when an 18-wheeler pulled a phone line down, causing it to set some grass on fire.

At 4:13 p.m. called to 1500 A South 16th Street Extended when residents installed a CO detector and wanted the fire department to make sure it was installed correctly.

Lafayette County Fire

Called to 23 County Road 333 carbon monoxide, canceled en route.

Called to 297 County Road 243 for a fire alarm and the owners had reset the alarm before they got.

Lafayette County EMS

8 ambulance calls