Public safety: Oxford Police reports


OXFORD — The Oxford Division of Police filed the following recent incident reports:

Monday, Nov. 14

At about 2:15 p.m., officer made contact with victim in the lobby of OPD. Victim reported an unknown person had attempted to use the victim’s information to file an application for a credit card in Orlando, Florida.

Residence at 712 Marcia Drive was broken into while resident was not home. Homeowner did not report any stolen property. Only disturbance made by the unknown suspect was furniture slightly moved in living room.

Female stole sausage and cheese from Walmart, 5720 College Corner Pike. She was not apprehended. A warrant was filed for her for theft.

Tuesday, Nov. 15

Officers responded to a boyfriend/girlfriend argument at 902 Arrowhead Drive. At first both parties were separated and advised not to contact each other with one taking themselves off the lease agreement since they were living together. Once the boyfriend left, officers observed a video of the male subject assaulting his live-in girlfriend on an earlier day. A report was taken and officers arrested the male on domestic violence charges the next day.

An unknown male entered Dollar General, 5055 College Corner Pike, and concealed items inside his clothing before passing all points of sale and leaving the store.

Victim reported an unknown person stole her shipped prescribed medicine from her mailbox at 5201 College Corner Pike.

Male at 11 S. Main St. was cited for disorderly conduct after employees at Woody’s One Up kicked him out for being highly intoxicated. He was transported to McCullough-Hyde Hospital to receive medical attention.

Wednesday, Nov. 16

Officer met with victim at residence at 215 N. Beech St. Victim reported two signs which were on the outside of his apartment were stolen and an American flag damaged.

Thursday, Nov. 17

Female at 114 E. Church St. reported wallet and its contents were stolen from inside her residence.

Friday, Nov. 18

Residents at 519 Brookview Court found their vehicle was taken from their driveway after speaking with an acquaintance at their house minutes earlier.

An intoxicated male was found unresponsive and covered in vomit in an apartment complex yard in the 300 block of South Poplar Street.

Subject reported his wallet was stolen from his back pocket while he was at the bar at 17 N. Poplar St.

While in front of Bagel & Deli assisting the Oxford Squad, a female was observed falling down on the sidewalk in front of St. Mary’s Church. The female was having great difficulty trying to stand and was intoxicated. She was found to be underage and was taken into custody.

Unknown subjects threw a brick through an apartment window at 119 N. Campus Ave.,causing double pane window to break.

Walmart Asset Protection contacted Oxford PD to report a shoplifting incident which occurred earlier in the evening at 5720 College Corner Pike. The female suspect is unidentified.

Saturday, Nov. 19

A vehicle was stopped after a speeding violation. The driver was arrested for OVI and refused to submit to a breath test.

Subject was found passed out in the female bathroom of Brickstreet Bar, 36 E. High St., by employees. Subject was intoxicated, under the age of 21, and in possession of a fictitious Connecticut driver license.

Officer responded to 19 N. Poplar St. concerning a report of damage to a vehicle parked behind the Woods Bar.

Somebody entered a home at 109 E. Collins St. through an unlocked door and stole two televisions and other small items.

A patron at a local bar at 36 E. High St. assaulted a staff member after he was made to leave due to excessive intoxication.

A male subject assaulted his girlfriend in her home at 5201 College Corner Pike and fled before police arrived.

Sunday, Nov. 20

Two victims reported they were assaulted outside the Cellar Cafe, 13 W. High St.

Victim reported someone busted out her rear windshield of her car while parked on the street overnight in the 100 Block of Collins St.

Nursing home patient at 6099 Fairfield Rd. alleged a male nursing home staff member attempted to touch his genitalia.

A student’s car was stolen from the driveway of his home at 1023 Arrowhead Drive while he was out of town for the weekend.

Monday, Nov. 21

Officers were dispatched to the area of 28 W. High St., in reference to a possible hit/skip accident. Upon arrival, officers found a front license plate to the vehicle and were able to follow a leaking fluid trail to the house. Wile at the residence, a brief investigation was conducted and a 21-year-old male was arrested for OVI. The male later submitted to a breath sample which showed his blood alcohol level to be 0.193.

Unknown subject reported to have used a victim’s identity to open a Comcast cable television account in Atlanta, Georgia.

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