Oxford Police Reports


By R-H Staff



OXFORD — The following incident reports were recently filed by the Oxford Police Department.

April 11

•Officers were dispatched to an unwanted person at 130 Church Street, Oxford. Upon arrival and after a brief investigation, one individual was taken into custody.

•Officer responded to police station at 11 S. Poplar Street regarding a stolen wallet.

April 12

•Officers were dispatched to an unresponsive male at 124 E. Sycamore Street, Apt. 3, along with emergency medical personnel. After arriving on the scene, multiple contraband items were visible in plain view. After the male was transported to the emergency room, his residence was secured while a search warrant was obtained.

April 13

•Victim at 117 W. Vine Street reported two windows broken when group of individuals were knocking outside her residence.

•Defendant was operating a vehicle southbound on Ohio 27, lost control and crashed into a ditch. Subject was operating the vehicle while impaired on alcohol.

•Officer met with resident at 6351 Hester Road regarding vehicle being gone through overnight. Two items of value were taken from the unlocked vehicle while it was parked in his driveway.

•Officer met with resident at 6207 Hester Road about unlocked vehicle being gon through overnight with several items taken.

•Report taken at 1008 Arrowhead Drive regarding a female assaulting a male during an argument in the victim’s vehicle.

•Victim at 716 South College Avenue, Apt. 28, reported credit card used three times during the evening without her permission.

April 14

•Officer met with complainant at 6324 Hester Road regarding his truck being stolen sometime overnight from the roadway in front of his house.

•Male at 912 Arrowhead Drive, Apartment C was arrested for domestic violence.

•A custodial parent reported a child as missing/runaway.

•Subject was hosting a party at a residence at 15 N. Campus Avenue, with music which was audible for two city blocks.

April 15

•Male at 36 E. High Street was cited for a liquor violation.

•Three chairs and a pair of tennis shoes reported stolen from the front porch of a residence at 514 S. Main St.

•Male reported his bike stolen from his side yard at residence at 706 S. Campus Avenue.

•Juvenile came to police station with her mother to report a theft which occurred at Lane Public Library several weeks prior.

•Officer responded to the police station on a report of a stolen credit card.

•A noise citation was issued to a resident hosting a party at 325 E. Vine Street.

April 16

•Male subject at 223 University Avenue was cited for a noise violation.

•Officers cited a resident at 214 W. Church Street for a noise violation.

•Subject who was previously trespassed from Brick St. Bar was told to leave, refused initially and threatened a bar employee.

•Subjects issued citations for noise violation, litter, and nuisance party at 215 N. Main Street.

•Officers responded to Bluetique at 35 W. High Street on a report of a theft.

•Subject was hosting a party with loud music and empty alcohol containers strewn across the property at 212 S. Main Street.

•Two subjects were observed walking across the 200 Block of S. Main Street while possessing an open can of alcohol.

•While addressing violations at a very large party, officer observed a male urinating on a bush. The male was found to be 18 years of age and in possession of an open can of beer.

•Officer responded to 912 Arrowhead Drive, #D3 on a report of an overdose. Upon arrival officer found marijuana and marijuana paraphernalia.

•Female resident of 3 East Walnut Street cited for a large amount of party litter at residence.

April 17

•Male cited for noise violation during a large house party in the uptown area, 316 E. Vine St.

•Officer was patrolling alley behind 45 East Grill on South Poplar Street and found a male passed out on ground in an open garage.

•Male at 36 E. High Street was charged with disorderly conduct after he was found urinating in the alley behind Brick Street.

•An individual was stopped after he was observed by two residents throwing a garden paver through a window at 219 . Church Street.

•Officers dispatched to a dispute in the Walmart parking lot. While en route, dispatchers informed responding units the dispute was mobile. The vehicle was located and stopped and a male was subsequently arrested for disorderly conduct.

•Unknown subjects damaged the victim’s mailbox and removed mail from the mailbox and threw it on his driveway at 513 N. Beech Street.

•Officers responded to the police station at 11 S. Poplar Street on a report of vehicle vandalism.

•A lost wallet was turned in and contained another drivers license that was not valid.

•While patrolling S. Main Street, officer witnessed two males fighting in the middle of the street.

By R-H Staff

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