Oxford Police Arrest One For Residential Burglary, Another For Shoplifting

On Friday, March 10, 2017, officers with the Oxford Police Department were dispatched to Mississippi Auto Arms on Van Buren Ave. in reference to a shoplifting. The suspect had already left the business but was soon spotted by the patrol lieutenant on shift. The suspect vehicle was stopped and all merchandise totaling over $1,200 was recovered. The driver, identified as William Jurney, was taken into custody. Jurney was arrested for shoplifting and given a bond of $2,000.

On February 28, 2017, officers with the Oxford Police Department took a walk-in report of residential burglary. The victim reported that his ex-girlfriend, who was identified as Kimberly Barco, broke into his residence through a window and stole a dog collar that was on his dog. Kimberly Barco was subsequently charged by the victim. She has been arrested and given a bond of $1,000.

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