The following reports were filed Thursday by the Lee County Sheriff's Office and the Tupelo Police Department.

Lee County Sheriff's Office

A County Road 154 man said a white Pontiac ran off the road around 7:30 a.m. and damaged his fence and an electric power pole. The driver of the Grand Prix was gone when deputies arrived.

A County Road 1190 Tupelo man said he was helping a couple who lived under a bridge near his house. He said the male called him because his girlfriend was pregnant. Along with his church, they gave the couple money, food and a bicycle. He got the male a job at a restaurant, but the male didn't go.

A County Road 931 Auburn woman said she was away from home. When she returned, her side-by-side was missing and someone had broken into her shed. She thinks her 26-year-old grandson was responsible.

A County Road 3 Shannon woman said a white male in a black wrecker pulled onto their property around 11 a.m. The male refused to tell the husband why he was there. When the husband told the male to leave, he did.

A County Road 1802 Tupelo man was at the Auburn Grocery when a neighbor walked up yelling for him to get out of the truck. The men have had previous disagreements about the man's dog going into the neighbor's cow pasture. When the man got out, the neighbor punched him in the face.

A Drive 980 Tupelo woman said her husband's ex-wife has been repeatedly calling and texting threats to her. She thinks the suspect has hacked her phone and started deleting things.

A 69-year-old Garden View Drive Saltillo woman noticed several large unauthorized transactions on her bank statement. A printout from the bank showed that her son's girlfriend had used the account to make $3,931.71 in credit card payments. She thinks the girlfriend got the account and routing numbers from a check she wrote to her son.

A landlord was getting her Drive 1337 Mooreville rental property ready for the next tenant when she noticed that someone had stolen the county-issued garbage can. She doesn't think the previous renters took it with them.

A County Road 1970 Mooreville man said his 41-year-old son was upset because he lost his girlfriend. He left the drive spinning his tires. When the son came back, the man took the keys from him and sent him inside to cool off.

A County Road 2216 Saltillo man said his 36-year-old neighbor came over around 3 p.m. and said, "If I find out you have been with my girlfriend, I will kill you." The neighbor grabbed the man's phone from his hand and started looking through it. The man and his children fled the scene and called 911. Deputies arrived and arrested the neighbor, charging him with disorderly conduct, public intoxication and trespassing.

A beer distributing company on CDF Boulevard reported that two employees stole 90 cases of beer over a 21-hour period, starting around midnight and continuing the next evening. The four separate incidents were captured on security camera.

A County Road 2432 Guntown woman got into a verbal argument with a man. They worked it out between themselves and he left before deputies arrived.

A County Road 156 Okolona woman said her bank called and said she was overdrafted. She then learned that someone used her debit card to withdraw nearly $700 from an ATM in Verona.

A County Road 1190 Tupelo man said he helped a homeless man, giving him "lots of money" and paid for hotel rooms. He now believes he was scammed out of his time and money.

A Saltillo woman said her former renters returned to her County Road 1750 Saltillo rental property and damaged the wooden gate across the driveway. She said a judge signed an order forcing them to leave and not come back.

An East Garrison woman said a male acquaintance left a threatening voice mail on her phone, then came to a house and left on the door a note saying, "You broke into my home and stole all my (stuff). If it's not returned, you will be sued for breaking into my house."

A County Road 1581 Richmond woman said around 8 p.m., a white four-door car stopped near a culvert by her home. The occupants got out and searched the ditch. Over the next few hours, they returned two more times to search the same location.

Tupelo Police Department

A man said he stayed at the Holiday Inn June 17. After checking out and returning to Nebraska, he discovered his Apple iPhone 8 was missing. He said he tracked it to the North Gloster Walmart.

A Lakeview Drive woman said someone entered her unlocked car and stole her wallet and a Fossil watch. The bank card was used at the West Main Walmart and Dodges during the early morning hours.

An Ida Street man said a neighbor threatened him, because his apartment smelled like cats.

A South Eason convenience store owner said a white male pumped about $6 worth of gas into a blue truck and left without paying. The owner followed the suspect to another store trying to confront the male. The suspect ran into the left rear of the man's car and drove away.

A South Green Street man said over the past two weeks, someone entered his possibly unlocked car and stole a Samsung cell phone from the glove box.

A West Main Murphy's Gas employee said two men got into a fight when one accused the other of stealing a lighter. Both stepped outside, then came back inside and started fighting in front of the cooler. The fight knocked merchandise off the shelves and onto the floor. When the fight moved outdoors, the white male got away and got in his truck. The black male saw police arriving and ran behind J's Mart.

A woman was driving on North Gloster near the Natchez Trace around 5:30 p.m. when a tree limb fell and hit her passing vehicle, damaging the middle and rear of the cab.

A man said he was driving home after midnight four days ago. As he was going down Green Tee Road, something ran out in front of him. He lost control of his 2013 Hyundai Elantra and hit a tree. He needed a report for his insurance company.

A Livingston Street man said the city of Tupelo surveyed his property and placed marker stakes along the property line between him and a neighbor. Later, the neighbor's daughter pulled up all the stakes, claiming they were not valid. This is an ongoing issue and he wants to charge the daughter with trespassing.

A woman went through the self-checkout lane at the West Main Walmart and left her wallet on the counter. She realized it about 30 seconds later and went back but the wallet was gone. Security video shows a male placing the wallet in a sack with his purchases and walking out of the store.

Anyone with information on any of these crimes is urged to call the Lee County Sheriff's Office at (662) 841-9041 or Crime Stoppers at (800) 773-TIPS.

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