OXFORD — The Oxford Police Division filed the following recent incident reports:
Monday, Oct. 3 – Victim stated while he was out of town on Thursday afternoon someone entered his room and tampered with his personal belongings. There are no suspects at this time.
Monday, Oct. 3 – Coin operated washing machines were damaged and change was stolen from the apartment complex laundry facility.
Monday, Oct. 3 – Female stated sometime during the day someone took her wallet either from her house or from her vehicle. Female stated she did have contractors inside her home today while she was gone and is uncertain if she took it with her while she was out. There are no suspects at this time.
Tuesday, Oct. 4 – Officer responded to 210 N. Campus Ave concerning a report of a person who was shot. Upon arrival it was revealed that two male subjects were shot inside the residence by a suspect who fled the scene before officers arrived.
Wednesday, Oct. 5 – Officers responded to Victoria Square apartments to check on the welfare of a female resident. After contact was made with the female, she informed them that she had been coerced to not answer the door and threatened by a male subject who had just left the scene prior to our arrival. She filled out a statement and requested to file charges on her male friend.
Wednesday, Oct. 5 – Juvenile received a disturbing message on Facebook from a person not known to her.
Wednesday, Oct. 5 – A juvenile male was reported missing from his home by a family member. The juvenile was located a few hours later and reunited to their guardian.
Thursday, Oct. 6 – Unknown subject(s) stole a political yard sign from the front yard of a residence.
Thursday, Oct. 6 – A vehicle was broken into and the vehicle’s stereo systems was stolen along with an ipod and dash trim. No known suspects at this time.
Thursday, Oct. 6 – During routine patrol a known wanted subject was located and quickly attempted to flee when he observed the patrol car. Subject was arrested after a short foot pursuit for outstanding warrants, obstructing official business and drug possession. Subject was transported to the Butler County Jail.
Thursday, Oct. 6 – Officers responded to possible altercation between family members after it was discovered that visiting family member was using/abusing methamphetamine inside tenant’s residence without their knowledge. Tenant just wanted officers to confiscate all possible drugs and paraphernalia from inside their residence and follow up with visiting family member at another time.
Friday, Oct. 7 – Officers responded to conduct a welfare check on a 21 year old female. After numerous attempts to make contact, entry was forced into an apartment room where the female was located and eventually transported for medical treatment.
Friday, Oct. 7 – While on a traffic stop on Kehr Road, the driver was discovered to have an active warrant out of the City of Monroe. After completing the stop, the suspect was transported to the “Golden Key” on St. Rt. 73 where he was released to a City of Monroe Police Officer.
Friday, Oct. 7 – While in the area of Debbie Drive at 5201 College Corner Pike, officers located a female known to have an active warrant out of the Butler County Sheriffs Office. Warrant was confirmed by Central Dispatch and the female was later transported to the Butler County Jail.
Friday, Oct. 7 – The victim stated that a Rumpke wastewheeler was stolen from her driveway in front of her residence.
Friday, Oct. 7 – Responded to 15 E. Sycamore St. for a report of a burglary that just occurred. An unknown white male stole 3 laptop computers, a couple bags/backpacks and DVDs before he was seen by a resident and fled the scene.
Friday, Oct. 7 – Intoxicated subject was seen entering Hampton Inn and after making contact with him, subject believed he was at his dorm building.
Saturday, Oct. 8 – A vehicle was stopped on Oxford-Millville Rd. for a speeding violation. After a brief investigation, the driver, a 38 year old male, was taken into custody for OVI. The suspect male refused to submit a breath sample.
Saturday, Oct. 8 – While responding to an incident at 17 N. Poplar St., two females that were involved were identified and had been drinking while under the age of 21, and one possessed a fake ID. Both were issued summons and released.
Saturday, Oct. 8 – Responded to Doughby’s at 38 W. High Street for a report of a delivery driver being harassed at 102 Tallawanda Street while making a delivery.
Saturday, Oct. 8 – The victim reported that he was a victim of an internet scam and lost $1,550. No suspects identified in the case.
Saturday, Oct. 8 – The victim reported having both of his license plates stolen over-night while the vehicle was parked at the Oxford Inn. There are no suspects at this time.
Saturday, Oct. 8 – Subject was arrested for making two harassing phone calls to BRICS.
Sunday, Oct. 9 – Subject was brought to the ER by OLS and found to be in possession of a fictitious Rhode Island DL.
Sunday, Oct. 9 – The complainant stated that an outside handrail was damaged at the Elm Street Christian Church. There are no suspects.
Sunday, Oct. 9 – The victim’s vehicle was “keyed” bu unknown suspect(s) while parked on the street on the 400 block of N. Beech St.
Sunday, Oct. 9 – Officer responded to 220 Tallawanda Rd. concerning a report of a burglary. Upon arrival I met with the complainant who stated during the early morning hours, several people made entry into the Delta Tau Delta Fraternity house and trashed the library by breaking glass beer bottles and leaving trash behind.
Sunday, Oct. 9 – A male reported all 4 of his vehicle tires were punctured by unknown means sometime in the past two days.
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