The following reports were filed Thursday by the Lee County Sheriff's Office and the Tupelo Police Department.
Lee County Sheriff's Office
A Florence Carr Drive Verona man called 911 to report a female acquaintance had stolen $20 from him. When the deputy arrived, the woman had left and the man did not want to file a report.
A Brewer Grocery employee said a group of people showed up for lunch. Before coming inside, they were fighting among themselves in the parking lot and ran into the employee's car, leaving minor scratches on the 2016 white Ford Fusion.
A Mooreville woman said over the past two months, someone hacked her Instagram and Facebook accounts and has been sending messages to her friends. She said she tracked the IP address to a a location on South Industrial Road in Tupelo.
A Mooreville woman said she got a call that someone had broken into her son's Highway 371 shop. There were windows broken and some items dropped out of the window.
A 52-year-old Reynard Drive woman said her 35-year-old wife left a note saying she was unhappy and would contact her "when she needed money." The security cameras showed the wife loading up their van and leaving. She has not heard from her wife in five days.
A County Road 771 Shannon woman said she has not talked to or seen her 46-year-old son in 10 days. She last talked to him on the phone from a Georgia area code. She has tried to call and text him with no response.
A State Park Road man said a suspicious male had been hanging around for about four hours, despite being told several times to leave. The male told deputies he was homeless and had nowhere to go. He was given a ride to the Salvation Army lodge.
A County Road Palmetto woman said her motorcycle has been parked in her shed for six months. When she checked on it Thursday, someone had loosened the rear wheel nut. She is unsure of who could have done this.
A 32-year-old County Road 752 Tupelo woman said she and her 70-year-old boyfriend had been arguing all day. He cursed her all the way home from Walmart. He said he would slash her tires if she tried to leave, so she called a friend to pick her up. When she left, he slashed the left front tire of her 2010 Nissan Versa.
A State Park Road woman said her ex-husband showed up at her house at 9:30 p.m. wanting a place to stay for the night. She said he has been told to stay off her property.
Tupelo Police Department
A Madison Street man said his roommate looked out the window after midnight and saw two males inside his unlocked car. The males ran off into the tree line. Nothing appeared to be stolen.
A Rabbit Drive shoe store employee said a couple concealed shoes and left without paying. He put the shoes in his pants while the female put them in her purse. They fled in a dark Honda with a Lee County tag.
A woman at the West Main Walmart found a wallet containing a man's driver's license, bank cards and $64 in cash. She turned it over to police. The officer drove to the address listed on the license but no one was home.
A Marshall Street woman said she got a suspicious call around midnight while she was in the hospital. The caller tried to mask their voice, then hung up. When she checked the number, it belongs to the girlfriend of her niece's baby daddy. He is not supposed to have any contact with her because of a prior court order.
A woman said she was walking through the food court at the mall on June 4 and her wallet fell out of her purse. A man returned her wallet, but she didn't check the contents. When she looked days later, $400 in cash, a debit card and several credit cards were missing.
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.