Oxford Police Division reports


OXFORD — The Oxford Division of Police recently released the following incident reports:

May 29

Officer responded to 311 Thatcher Ct. concerning a report of a burglary that occurred on May 29. No items were reported stolen.

May 31

A vehicle was parked in the lawn area of an apartment complex at 9 E. Sycamore St. The vehicle sunk into the mud and had to be pulled out. This caused damaged to the lawn.

Subject at 1007 Arrowhead Drive reported residence was burglarized during move out.

Miami student stated his credit card was used three times without his consent by an unknown person.

Two unknown males entered Talawanda High School and stole a laptop from one of the rooms.

June 1

Victim reported a watch was possibly stolen from him while at a bar in Oxford.

Theft reported at Dollar General Store.

June 2

Caller reported that a sex offender was at the Oxford Community Swimming Pool.

Victim reported bank account compromised and several unauthorized charges made on her account.

A word was spray painted on the side of a building at 41 Vicki Anda Ct.

June 3

Victim caused an accidental discharge of his firearm, which caused injury to his hand.

City employee stated sometime during the night someone spray painted on the roadway at the entrance to the Oxford Community Pool.

Owners of LaRosa’s reported an employee theft.

Officer responded to the OPD office on a report of a burglary that occurred at 30 Reagh Way.

Subject at 5032 College Corner Pike found to be in possession of a hypodermic syringe.

Unknown person attempted to steal a vehicle from 6 W. Walnut St.

June 5

While officer was investigating a crash, the underage driver was found to be under the influence of alcohol.

Homeowner at 6230 Fairfield Rd. reported someone stole mailbox sometime during the night.

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