OXFORD — The Oxford Division of Police filed the following recent incident reports:
Monday, Oct. 31 – Employee of the Hillel Foundation, 11 E. Walnut, reported damage to the fence at the rear of the building. Victim stated video showed sometime during the night an unknown person attempted to climb the fence, causing it to break off at the ground, then fled.
Monday, Oct. 31 – I met with the victim in the lobby of OPD. At this time the victim wished to report the theft of four car tires and rims.
Monday, Oct. 31 – A female reports that an acquaintance came to her place of employment and verbally threatened her.
Tuesday, Nov. 1 – Subject was stopped for suspicious behavior and proceeded to resist arrest when he did not give identification information. Subject was also in possession of marijuana.
Tuesday, Nov. 1 – An Oxford resident came to the OPD lobby to report unauthorized charges and ATM withdrawals had occurred overnight. Victim does not know where his card is and is unsure how it went missing from his wallet. Chase bank has provided the times and locations of the unauthorized transactions that will assist in a police investigation. The victim is currently working with Chase bank to get reimbursed.
Wednesday, Nov. 2 – The victim reported his Rumpke trash can was stolen sometime over the summer of 2016 by an unknown suspect(s).
Wednesday, Nov. 2 – The victim reported a window was shattered at her residence during the overnight hours by an unknown suspect(s).
Thursday, Nov. 3 – A traffic stop on a possible suspended driver led officers to file charges on two males — ne for OVI and multiple firearm violations and one for an open container of intoxicating liquors.
Thursday, Nov. 3 – Subject ordered a puppy via the internet from a provider in Nigeria. Subject sent a money order for $350 for shipping but has not received the animal. The seller is now requesting $600 more for insurance. The subject purchasing the animal feels he is the victim of a fraud. He has stopped all contact with the seller who claims to be a Catholic Minister from New York.
Thursday, Nov. 3 – A search warrant was executed at 306 Heather Lane.
Thursday, Nov. 3 – The victim stated that his mobile home was broken into, ransacked, damaged, and items were stolen.
Thursday, Nov. 3 – Resident of Oxford reported that a homemade wooden table was stolen off of the front porch of his house during the overnight hours. There are no suspects in mind who could have stolen the table. The victim provided me pictures to show OPD in order to keep an eye out for the table.
Thursday, Nov. 3 – Walmart employee was charged with the theft of two preloaded debit cards from the Walmart store.
Thursday, Nov. 3 – Officers were dispatched to Parkview Arms in reference to a Domestic Violence in incident that occurred. Officers arrested one adult male on a Domestic Violence charge and transported the male to BCJ. The female was taken to McCullough-Hyde to be treated for possible injuries to the face and neck area.
Thursday, Nov. 3 – Responded to the 300 Block of E. Church St. for a report of a vehicle mirror damaged. Upon arrival met with the victim who stated while her vehicle was parked in the 400 Block of E. Sycamore during 11-1-16 to 11-3-16, someone damaged her passenger side mirror.
Thursday, Nov. 3 – A 19 year old male was taken into custody after being stopped for a traffic violation and furnishing false information to a police officer.
Friday, Nov. 4 – Victim stated she attempted to purchase two (2) iPhone 7’s from someone she found on the internet. She stated she sent him $550 via Wal-mart to Wal-Mart money transfer but never received her phones. She said she made several attempts to contact him, but now he’s not responding. She said the money transfer was sent from the Oxford Wal-Mart to a Wal-Mart in Manchester, Missouri.
Friday, Nov. 4 – Officers were called to the Tri Community Park in reference to a group of possible juveniles drinking alcohol in the park and bragging about stealing it. After a brief investigation, one adult male admitted to stealing the alcohol and consuming it in the park The male was arrested and charged with theft and underage persons.
Friday, Nov. 4 – Complainant left her residence to come back to her bedroom window being broken out.
Friday, Nov. 4 – Juvenile arrested for unruly behavior with his guardian.
Saturday, Nov. 5 – Responded to 20 University Ave for a report of a stolen license plate. Female stated sometime overnight, someone took the license plate from her vehicle.
Saturday, Nov. 5 – The City of Oxford Municipal Parking Lot sign located at the city parking lot at N. Main St. and E. Church St. was spray painted with graffiti.
Saturday, Nov. 5 – Female subject stated that she was assaulted by one of her roommates.
Saturday, Nov. 5 – Officers was dispatched to the area of 130 E. High Street in reference to damage to a motor vehicle. Upon arrival the officer discovered the rear glass of a black Honda Accord was completely shattered. Witness says that he was three males running from the area after tossing something over their shoulder. At this time there are no known suspects.
Saturday, Nov. 5 – A male spoke with a police officer regarding information he obtained about a crime that occurred approximately one week ago.
Saturday, Nov. 5 – Officers were dispatched to the Oxford Police Department in reference to a purse theft that occurred near the 300 block of S. Locust. The subject(s) attempted to use the victim’s credit card multiple times at Kroger. An investigation is underway, but at this time we have no known suspect(s).
Saturday, Nov. 5 – An underage male was discovered with an open can of beer and been drinking.
Saturday, Nov. 5 – A male reported that the rear window of his vehicle was shattered as it was parked and unattended on East Walnut Street by an unknown person. There are no suspects at this time.
Sunday, Nov. 6 – An individual returned home to discover his window had been broken by an unknown suspect.
Sunday, Nov. 6 – An underage male was encountered while intoxicated and carrying a bottle of liquor on the sidewalk.
Sunday, Nov. 6 – Officers were dispatched to the area of 6025 Fairfield Road in reference an unconscious female. Upon arrival officers located the unconscious female and called for Oxford Life Squad. The female was transported to McCullough-Hyde where she was treated. The female was cited for Disorderly Conduct, Intoxication and Sale to and use by a minor.
Sunday, Nov. 6 – An underage male was found intoxicated and unconscious in an alley.
Sunday, Nov. 6 – While patrolling the 0 Block of E. High St., officer was flagged down by a Brick Street Bar employee stating a male stormed out of the bar and knocked one of their employees off a ladder. The victim was taken into the hospital for his injuries and later flown to UC Hospital. The male suspect was arrested and taken to jail for Felonious Assault.
Sunday, Nov. 6 – A female was transported to Fort Hamilton Hospital for evaluation.
Sunday, Nov. 6 – The complainant stated that the rear license plate was stolen from her mother’s vehicle while it was parked in the driveway of the complainant’s residence.
Sunday, Nov. 6 – Victim reported someone damaged his vehicle by busting the rear windshield out of his vehicle while parked in the rear lot of 416 N. Campus. There are no suspects at this time.
Sunday, Nov. 6 – An individual had a sign stolen from his front porch sometime over the weekend.
Sunday, Nov. 6 – Responded to 200 E. High Street for a report of damage/vandalism. Upon arrival the officer met with two males who stated sometime over the previous night, someone broke their bedroom window which knocked over a TV and broke a fan. There are no known suspects at this time.
Monday, Nov. 7 – Two males entered the residence and stole several items while residents were home.