Oxford Crime & Fire Reports for Oct. 19-20, 2018

    The following reports were made Oct. 19-20, 2018, by city, university and county law enforcement agencies.

    Oxford Police Department issued 66 tickets, investigated nine wrecks and the following reports:
    2 911 hang-ups
    19 alarms
    3 animal complaints
    2 burglaries
    6 careless driving complaints
    5 civil matters
    22 disturbing the peace complaints
    3 domestic simple assault
    1 elderly assist
    1 embezzlement
    3 financial scams
    1 found property
    8 improper parking complaints
    3 larcenies
    4 lost properties
    2 malicious mischief complaints
    6 motorist assists
    4 other agency assists
    1 phone harassment
    1 recovered property
    4 simple assaults
    21 suspicious activities
    4 suspicious people
    2 suspicious vehicles
    1 trespassing
    7 vehicle searches
    11 welfare checks

    OPD officers made the following arrests:
    1 for domestic violence with simple assault
    2 for DUI and careless driving
    1 for DUI, careless driving and expired driver’s license
    1 for DUI and open container
    1 for DUI, no driver’s license and no liability insurance
    1 for DUI, no liability insurance, careless driving and fake ID
    1 for DUI and no headlights
    1 for DUI, possession of a schedule 1 drug and possession of paraphernalia
    1 for DUI-third, no headlights, possession of drug paraphernalia and driving while license suspended
    2 for minor in possession of alcohol and disturbing the peace
    2 for minor in possession and fake ID
    2 for noise violation
    1 for open container of alcohol
    1 for possession of a schedule 2 drug, failure to obey and fake ID
    15 for public drunks
    1 for public drunkenness and malicious mischief
    1 for public drunk, malicious mischief and possession of a schedule 2 drug
    2 for shoplifting
    1 for simple assault
    1 for warrant served
    1 for warrant served and disturbing the peace

    Lafayette County Sheriff’s Department made one arrest for driving while license suspended, investigated two wrecks and the following reports:
    1 aggravated assault
    1 simple assault
    5 alarms
    4 animal complaints
    1 residential burglary (CR 225)
    6 disturbances
    8 suspicious activities
    1 vandalism
    12 welfare concerns
    4 transports
    1 trespassing
    1 noise complaint
    3 information
    6 follow-ups
    1 unauthorized use of vehicle
    2 traffic complaints
    7 reckless driving complaints
    1 road obstruction
    11 papers served
    1 agency assist
    1 death

    University Police Department investigated three and the following reports:
    1 commercial burglary
    1 larceny
    3 disturbances
    5 ambulances needed
    2 possession of alcohol by a person under 21
    2 suspicious vehicles
    1 sexual battery
    1 false pretense
    2 intoxicated people

    UPD officers made the following arrests:
    1 for public drunkenness and possession of a fake ID
    1 public drunk

    Oxford Fire Department responded to the following calls:
    10/19 – 11:36 a.m. – Student Union – second floor outside cooler smoke detector malfunction
    10/19 – 2:01 p.m. – Oby’s – flower bed caught fire
    10/19 – 2:44 p.m.- Tri Delta House – blow drying hair activated a smoke detector
    10/19 – 9:16 p.m. – 134 Thacker Loop – smoke detector beeping – bad detector
    10/20 – 12:34 a.m. – 302 Windsor Falls – smell of gas – checked residence with gas monitor and found nothing
    10/20 – 12:24 p.m. – 309 Murray St. – cooking activated a smoke detector
    10/20 – 11:54 a.m. – Old Taylor Road and 2002 Oxford Way – wreck call EMS already on scene
    10/21 – 6:21 p.m. – Highway 6 West / Oxford Chevron West area – wreck, no injuries – helped with traffic control
    10:21 – 7:05 p.m. – Kroger – someone pulled a fire alarm pull station as a prank

    Hottytoddy.com staff report

    1 COMMENT

    1. The report indicates that identity theft is one of the crimes increasing in magnitude. We need to make sure that it gets minimized, discouraging college kids from underage drinking will curb the menace somehow. But for it to succeed educational institutes need to play a role in making sure the teenagers are aware of the repercussions that fake identity cards can bring. In current times, one can easily avail fake id cards from FakeYourID at an affordable price and you can find various others at good offering the same service. Hence, it is easy for these kids to get their hands on them and then start partying but some dumb ones drive while drunk and that is why it is dangerous for society.

    LEAVE A REPLY

    This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.