Public safety: Oxford Police reports


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

Wednesday, Aug. 24 – A female reported her personal information had been used by an unknown suspect in an attempt to open a bank account in her name. At this time, there are no suspects.

Thursday, Aug. 25 – Police and Fire personnel were dispatched to an intoxicated female at 317 Poplar St. Upon arrival, a 20-year-old female was transported to McCullough-Hyde for treatment, where she was issued two criminal summons.

Thursday, Aug. 25 – Report filed regarding a male alleged to have sexually assaulted a female acquaintance.

Thursday, Aug. 25 – The victim wished to report that sometime during the last three months, the vehicle registration for his 2010 Audi was stolen.

Thursday, Aug. 25 – The victim had items stolen from his vehicle sometime during the summer while it was parked in the parking lot of his car complex.

Thursday, Aug. 25 – At Walmart, an AP associate informed an officer of a known person and about the suspect stealing two items from the store. The suspect was located, one of the items was recovered, and the suspect was issued a theft citation. That suspect was cooperative and was given a court date.

Thursday, Aug. 25 – Family members were involved in a verbal dispute. The son was found to have made a verbal threat towards his parents that was immediate. The son was taken into custody for domestic violence and transported to Butler County Jail.

Thursday, Aug. 25 – A male subject walked into First American Loans and brandished a gun. The subject demanded to be given money from the cash drawer and then additional money from the safe. The subject then fled the scene through the back of the establishment. At this time the suspect has not been located.

Friday, Aug. 26 – Male was found passed out in an alley in the 100 block of E. High St. by a passerby. The passerby carried the male to the Police Station. Male was transported to the hospital and cited for DC Intoxication and Sales to and Use by Underage Persons.

Friday, Aug. 26 – At 601 South Locust Street, McDonald’s, a male subject found a wallet lying on one of the seats. The male subject opened the wallet and removed $8000 dollars cash from inside. After concealing the money inside a newspaper, the male shortly left the restaurant with the money, leaving the wallet behind.

Friday, Aug. 26 – An officer spoke with the management of a gas station about the misuse of a credit card in July by a suspect known to them. The card used is now believed to be counterfeit after the transaction has been disputed by the owner of the credit card. The owner of the card has closed the account and an investigation on the known suspect will be conducted.

Saturday, Aug. 27 – An 18-year-old female was discovered asleep in a side yard of the 100 block of E. Spring St. After a brief investigation, the female was taken into custody for disorderly conduct and liquor violations.

Saturday, Aug. 27 – An officer was dispatched to 310 Talawanda St. for a fire assist. Upon arrival, numerous drug paraphernalia items that were located by fire personnel were given to the officer. The items were confiscated and logged into property for destruction.

Saturday, Aug. 27 – Subject reported while staying at 5190 College Corner Pike, Baymont Inn, someone entered his room, taking his pill organizer containing his prescription pills along with a disposable camera and sunglasses. There are no known suspects at this time.

Saturday, Aug. 27 – Subject was attempting to gain entry into a residence he did not belong. Subject was highly intoxicated and attempted to run from the officer. Officer found the subject to be under the age of 21 and in possession of marijuana.

Sunday, Aug. 28 – The victim stated that an unknown subject is calling her at her place of employment and making threatening comments.

Sunday, Aug. 28 – Male was seen urinating on a tree in the 0 Block of N. Campus Ave. Attempted to make contact and the male took off running. Male was stopped and arrested for obstructing, DC intoxications, and fictitious identification.

Sunday, Aug. 28 – Subject was found passed out on the front sidewalk of a residence. Subject was highly intoxicated and under the age of 21.

Sunday, Aug. 28 – The victim’s vehicle was damaged while parked on the street in front of 320 E. Vine St. There are no suspects.

Sunday, Aug. 28 – Unknown suspect(s) entered apartment through unlocked window and stole property.

Sunday, Aug. 28 – Male arrested for theft after concealing items under a t-shirt he removed from the hanger and put on while at 5720 College Corner Pike, Walmart Super Center. All items were recovered at the scene by loss prevention employees.

Sunday, Aug. 28 – Unknown suspect(s) damaged the victim’s vehicle while it was parked in the driveway of her residence.

Sunday, Aug. 28 – Responded to 5720 College Corner Pike concerning a report of a male subject throwing a rock at a glass sliding door window at the north entrance of a business, causing the glass to shatter.

Sunday, Aug. 28 – A black book bag was left at Buffalo Wild Wings containing $1,490.

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