Public safety: Oxford Police reports

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

Monday, Dec. 12 – Officers responded to 210 S. Beech St. apartment #5 concerning a report of a robbery in progress at 210 S. Beech Street. The first officer arrived within a minute from the dispatch and was able to secure the scene and broadcast suspect information. The victim reported no injuries.

Monday, Dec. 12 – A Talawanda School District laptop computer was stolen by a basketball referee. The referee was identified and the laptop was recovered. The referee was arrested, charged with felony theft and taken to the Butler County Jail.

Monday, Dec. 12 – A local delivery restaurant was passed two fake $20 bills to pay for an order.

Tuesday, Dec. 13 – The defendant was found to have a warrant through the BCSO.

Tuesday, Dec. 13 – McDonald’s reported receiving a counterfeit $20 bill from the drive-thru on Dec. 11, from an unknown person.

Wednesday, Dec. 14 – Suspect attempted to pass a $20 bill while paying for his McDonald’s order.

Wednesday, Dec. 14 – A vehicle was stolen from the parking lot of a local hotel. The vehicle was recovered a short time later in the City of Hamilton, when officers responded to a motor vehicle crash.

Thursday, Dec. 15 – An unknown suspect attempted to enter 5201 College Corner Pike #240. The suspect opened the door, demanded money from the victim and threatened the victim with a knife.

Thursday, Dec. 15 – Oxford officers conducted a search warrant at 416 University Ave. as a result of an investigation into counterfeit twenty dollar bills.

Thursday, Dec. 15 – Suicidal subject was transported to Fort Hamilton Hospital for an emergency admission.

Thursday, Dec. 15 – Complainant stated that he had people over last night. When he woke the next day, his new cell phone and his rent money were stolen from inside his residence. He attempted to get his belongings back from a known suspect. The known suspect then threatened his life.

Friday, Dec. 16 – Officer observed a vehicle driving without headlights and it ran a stop light on High Street with a high volume of pedestrian traffic out. Officer stopped the vehicle and after investigation, the driver was found to be underage and under the influence. After arrest, he agreed to take the breath test. His results were .157 grams of alcohol/210 liters of breath. He was given citations and released to a friend.

Friday, Dec. 16 – Victim reported that some of her jewelry went missing while she spent the night at her boyfriend’s apartment. The victim has provided one possible suspect.

Saturday, Dec. 17 – Victim stated he parked his car in the rear lot of 220 Talawanda on Friday, Dec. 16. When he returned to his vehicle today to leave for break he discovered his rear license plate to be missing from is vehicle.

Saturday, Dec. 17 – The vehicle had its rear window smashed by unknown subject(s) while parked in the parking lot of his apartment complex.

Sunday, Dec. 18 – Victim stated he heard a noise downstairs that sounded like someone was inside his house. When he responded downstairs he discovered a male in his living room. The male fled, but not before taking a backpack and travel bag that contained the victim’s laptop computer and clothing. Victim stated the male fled in a silver vehicle with front end damage. Suspect his still unknown at this time.

Sunday, Dec. 18 – Officers responded to the 300 block of E. Vine for a male who attempted to enter a house while it was occupied. The suspect did not make it inside. At this time, no further suspect information is available.

Sunday, Dec. 18 – Officer responded to 20 Reagh’s Way concerning a report of a burglary. It was reported that someone broke into the home and stole a television and a Blu Ray DVD player.