OXFORD — The Oxford Police Division filed the following recent incident reports:
Monday, Aug. 8
Subject at 11 S. Poplar St. reported having received a letter from a collections agency stating he owed $3,566.43. The invoice had his address, but not his name on it. After a phone call by police the credit agency closed the case due to an error on the name and address.
An older while male entered two uptowm businesses, behaved as if he were under the influence of drugs/alcohol, and presented their merchandise for return. He was unsuccessful in his attempts to return items and was gone when police arrived.
Male subject was arrested at 325 Foxfire Drive on a warrant issued for a probation violation out of Butler County.
Tuesday, Aug. 9
Walmart loss-prevention reported a male who has been previously trespassed from the store came back on Monday, Aug. 8. A warrant was completed.
Wednesday, Aug. 10
Officer met with property manager at 615 Ogden Ct. regarding a theft which occurred at the property overnight. Around 25 miscellaneous stoves and refrigerators were taken from a parking lot. The appliances were staged in an area between a couple storage units and a dumpster to be stored for later use. These units were older used appliances which were taken out of recently rehabbed apartments.
Friday, Aug. 12
Officer spoke with manager of Chase Bank regarding a suspect who came to open an account with four bad checks. The checks were written from two accounts originating from Preble County, in which the checks had either been reported stolen or the account closed. Warrants for the known offender were to be filed with Area 1 Court.
Saturday, Aug. 13
Four juvenile subjects entered store at 32 E. High Street and stole property. All were identified and charged. All stolen property was recovered.
A female reported her bike was stolen from the bike rack outside her apartment at 620 S. College Avenue. It had been locked by an unknown subject cut the cable lock and left it lying on the ground.
Sunday, Aug. 14
Juvenile reported someone took his bike from the bike rack at McDonalds, 601 S. Locust St. Juvenile stated he rode it to work and locked it to the rack when he arrived. When he went to leave he discovered it missing. There were no suspects at press time.