Public safety — Oxford Police reports


OXFORD — Oxford Police filed the following recent incident reports:

Monday, April 24 — Officer made contact with the victim in the lobby of OPD. At this time the victim wished to report the theft of his bicycle.

Tuesday, April 25 — Red Brick Properties reported damage to the house located at 10 E. Collins St.

Wednesday, April 26 — Male subject found staggering behind some bushes to the rear of 2 S. Campus Avenue. The male was found to be 19 years old and intoxicated.

Wednesday, April 26 — Male subject arrested on BCSO warrant. Transported to BCJ.

Wednesday, April 26 — A subject was arrested at 118 E. Vine St. on an outstanding Butler County warrant.

Thursday, April 27 — The victim had a set of golf clubs stolen from his unlocked vehicle outside his residence during the overnight hours. The golf clubs were recovered from the bushes a short distance away.

Thursday, April 27 — A male was arrested on a warrant from Butler County.

Thursday, April 27 — A male was stopped after trying to conceal an opened can of beer while walking by an officer. The male then threw the beer on the ground and ran off. The male was stopped by officers and found to be 19-years-old.

Friday, April 28 — Officer observed an individual attempting to remove a sign from the front of property at 109 S. Main St. When the officer attempted to stop the individual, he fled, leading a foot pursuit. The 18 year old male suspect was taken into custody and transported to the Butler County Jail. The male suspect is charged with a property crime and liquor violations.

Friday, April 28 — A female was observed on South Campus Ave. highly intoxicated and vomiting on herself. She was unable to care for herself. She was transported to the hospital and cited.

Friday, April 28 — Officers responded to a 119 E. High St. for a report of a highly intoxicated male. He was discovered to be under the age of 21 and in possession of a fictitious driver’s license. He was transported to the hospital and cited.

Friday, April 28 — The victim stated that her son’s prescription medication was stolen from her room inside Prestine Senior Living.

Friday, April 28 — Responded to a potential DV call at 5201 College Corner Pike. There was no offense committed, but information was taken in order to be put into record.

Friday, April 28 — Officer responded to a call concerning theft from a motor vehicle at 115 Plum St. The thief made off with multiple credit cards and identification cards; the credit cards have been used since the theft. No suspects at this time; passed to detectives for investigation.

Friday, April 28 — Officer responded to the 300 block of E. Withrow St. concerning a female threatening suicide. The individual was confirmed suicidal and transported to Fort Hamilton under a 72-hour hold.

Friday, April 28 — Officer responded to 210 E. Vine St. concerning a highly intoxicated individual. The individual was transported to McCullough-Hyde and issued multiple alcohol related citations as well as a fake ID citation.

Saturday, April 29 — A female was located walking in the traffic way on North Main Street. When approached by an officer, she was found to be underage and intoxicated. She was charged with several liquor violations and was released to the care of a friend.

Saturday, April 29 — Officer observed a male jay-walking at the street in the 0 block of Poplar with an open container of Bud Light beer in a bottle in his back pocket. Investigation revealed that he was underage, under the influence, and possessed a fake I.D.

Saturday, April 29 — A vehicle was stopped in the 0 block of S. Campus Ave. for driving in the dark with no headlights. The driver was found to be under the influence of alcohol and arrested for OVI.

Saturday, April 29 — Officer responded to 116 W. Church Street in reference to a burglary in which a female woke up to a strange male in her bedroom with a firearm. The male left the house without further incident. While the officer was at the residence, it was discovered that the living room TV and the victim’s vehicle were both stolen. The vehicle was discovered a short time later and the suspect was arrested. The firearm was also recovered.

Saturday, April 29 — A male and female subject who live together were both arrested for Domestic Violence and transported to the Butler County Jail.

Saturday, April 29 — Subject charged with Vehicle Trespass. Numerous stolen items recovered.

Saturday, April 29 — A 19 year old male was found lying in the street lawn area. He was intoxicated and not able to care for himself. He was transported to OPD and released to a friend after receiving citations.

Saturday, April 29 — Victim reported sometime between April 16 and April 22, someone cut the locks off her shed, taking several household items from inside.

Saturday, April 29 — While performing a bar check, a nineteen year old male was arrested for possessing a pitcher of beer.

Saturday, April 29 — While addressing a large party in the backyards of 316 and 322 E. Withrow Street, the officer came across a female that was underage and in possession of an opened can of beer. The female was also found to be in possession of a fictitious license.

Saturday, April 29 — A 20 year old male was in possession of an open container of beer while on the sidewalk area.

Saturday, April 29 — Subject charged with underage possession of alcohol and possession of a fictitious driver’s license. Subject was cited and released O.R.

Saturday, April 29 — Subject charged with underage possession of alcohol and released O.R.

Saturday, April 29 — While performing a bar check, the officer arrested a 20 year old female for possessing a mixed drink.

Sunday, April 30 — Unknown subject(s) smashed a window on the west side of the house.

Sunday, April 30 — Victim reported sometime during the night hours of April 27, 2017, someone took her Trek mountain bike from her front porch. There are no suspects at this time.

Sunday, April 30 — Complainant reported that the other custodian of a juvenile had not returned the child at the court ordered appointment time.