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Police Reports: 3 Corinth natives arrested in alleged assault

Three Corinth natives were arrested in early December for an alleged assault after the trio broke into an Oxford home, according to police.

Oxford Police responded to a residence on Olive Branch Way for a report of a possible home invasion on December 3.

As officers arrived on the scene, the victim alleged that three adults entered his home and assaulted him, resulting in minor injuries.

Police said that on December 8, Henry Weston, 31, Laura Weston, 40, and Dedria Beene, 27, turned themselves into Oxford Police officers, and all three were transporter the Lafayette County Detention Center.

A Justice Court Judge set each person’s bond at $5,000.

Police arrest two Oxford residents for storage unit burglary

Two Oxford residents were arrested after video footage recorded them allegedly stealing plywood and wood frames out of a truck.

According to OPD, police responded to Southern Storage on Monday for a report of a suspicious vehicle.

Officers encountered two male Oxford residents, and security football showed the two removing plywood and wooden frames from a storage unit, which belonged to management.

Police said they arrested both men, Joseph Climer and Christopher Mooneyham, both 27, on site and transported them to the Lafayette County Detention Center.

According to a report, police said more victims were identified over the coming days. A Justice Court Judge set bond at $20,000 each, on four counts of commercial burglary.

Police arrest Batesville woman for stealing from employer

A Batesville woman was arrested after she allegedly stole money from her employer while she was working.

Police took a report on December 7 from a local business that an employee stole money while she was on duty.

The employee was identified as Andrei Casey, 38 of Batesville. A representative from the restaurant signed an affidavit against her.

Casey was arrested on December 8, and she was taken to Lafayette County Detention Center.

On December 10, a Justice Court Judge set her bond at $2,500.