OXFORD —The Oxford Divison of Police filed the following recent incident reports:
Tuesday, March 28 — While on patrol in the area of the 0 block of E. High St., an officer was flagged down and informed that someone was struck in the head with a glass bottle, causing injury.
Tuesday, March 28 — Officers responded to speak with the victim of a criminal damaging offense where a bottle was thrown through the window of a residence.
Tuesday, March 28 — Responded to 5198 Westgate Dr. for a report of a theft from a vehicle. Victim stated her vehicle was broken into over night and items were taken. Unknown suspects at this time.
Tuesday, March 28 — An informational report was filed after a harassment issue was reported involving several Talawanda Middle School students. The report will be forwarded to the Butler County Sheriff’s Office for review due to jurisdictional limits.
Tuesday, March 28 — Subject was observed coming into Suds City and taking clothes from a washer. After investigation, subject claimed the clothes belong to him.
Tuesday, March 28 — Victim stated that someone broke into his vehicle and stole several items the previous night.
Tuesday, March 28 — Officers were dispatched to a reported robbery. After a brief field investigation was conducted, Oxford Police Criminal Investigations Unit was contacted and responded to further investigate.
Tuesday, March 28 — Officers were dispatched to a reported robbery outside of 101 W. High St. Upon officer arrival, three male suspects, and one female suspect were detained. After a brief investigation, suspected narcotics and paraphernalia were discovered. All suspects were cleared of the reported robbery and released. Drug charges are pending at this time.
Wednesday, March 29 — A search warrant was executed at 218 N. Poplar 1H and then an additional search warrant was executed on a safe that was taken from that location.
Wednesday, March 29 — Victim reported that three vehicles that were parked in her driveway were rooted through overnight and some items were missing.
Wednesday, March 29 — Victim reported that two of his vehicles were ransacked and a bicycle was stolen from his garage.
Wednesday, March 29 — The victim reported his vehicles were unlawfully entered and items were stolen during the overnight hours. The victim reported an additional item stolen from his work truck.
Thursday, March 30 — Officer responded to McCullough—Hyde Hospital in reference to a sexual assault.
Thursday, March 30 — Complainant left his vehicle doors unlocked overnight. When he returned to his vehicle, several items were missing.
Thursday, March 30 — A female was arrested on an outstanding warrant through Fairfield Police Department during a traffic stop in Oxford. She was transferred to Fairfield police without incident.
Thursday, March 30 — Victim reported she left her wallet behind at a restaurant and someone used her credit card at other businesses without her permission.
Friday, March 31 — While walking out to the patrol car, officer observed two males carrying a female behind St. Mary’s Church in the alley. Upon investigation, she was found to be under the influence of alcohol and underage. She could not take care of herself. She was cited and transported to her dormitory at Dennison Hall.
Friday, March 31 — The mother of a 17 year old female reported that her daughter has not been home since the night of 3/12/2017.
Friday, March 31 — Officer met with a victim in the lobby in reference to his vehicle being keyed while it was parked at his apartment complex.
Saturday, April 1 — During a bar check, a male under the age of 21 years old was found to be in possession of an alcoholic beverage and a fictitious ID.
Saturday, April 1 — While completing a bar check in the 0 block of E. High St., officer arrested a male concerning a underage charge.
Saturday, April 1 — Officer responded to a call to the 100 block of W. High St. concerning a theft.
Saturday, April 1 — Male juvenile was charged with domestic violence and transported to JDC.
Saturday, April 1 — Female reported her purse stolen wile she was at Brick Street Bar. Due to the female’s level of intoxication the night of the incident, she was not able to report any additional information.
Saturday, April 1 — Officers responded to 125 Bern Street, unit #1 for a suicidal male. Upon arriving, an intoxicated male admitted to being suicidal and refused treatment. The male became combative with officers, but was detained with the help of Miami University Officers. The Oxford Life Squad transported the male to Fort Hamilton Hospital for evaluation.
Saturday, April 1 — Owner of a motor vehicle stated the vehicle was damaged during the overnight hours of 3/31 to 4/01, in the area of the 100 block of S. Poplar St.
Saturday, April 1 — Officer responded to T.J. Maxx for a report of a male and female still walking around inside the store after the store had closed. Upon arrival, the female was found to be in possession of merchandise concealed on her person. The female was arrested for theft and taken to Butler County Jail.
Sunday, April 2 — During a bar check, a female was found to be in possession of an alcoholic beverage under the age of 21 and in possession of a fictitious driver’s license. She was charged and released.
Sunday, April 2 — Officer stopped a motor vehicle for a stop sign violation. The underage driver was found to be intoxicated. She had a BrAC of 0.171.
Sunday, April 2 — Unknown subject(s) entered the victim’s residence and stole the victim’s medication and took other items and left them on the yard outside.
Sunday, April 2 — A female called police to report a former friend called her phone and made threatening comments to her. The caller did not want to press charges at this time.
Monday, April 3 — Officer responded to 5032 College Corner Pike #41 for a report of a burglary that occurred while the victim was out of town. Victim stated while she was visiting her mom the past couple days, someone broke into her apartment through an unlocked window and stole two televisions and an Xbox One. Unknown suspect at this time.