The following reports were filed Wednesday by the Lee County Sheriff's Office and the Tupelo Police Department.
Lee County Sheriff's Office
A County Road 1349 woman said she saw a white female walking down the road. The suspect stopped at her driveway, then continued walking. When the deputy found the suspect, she said she was lost and trying to get back to New Albany. He gave her a ride to a truck stop in Belden.
A County Road 1820 Tupelo man said someone stole the battery out of his lawnmower. The battery was there the day before.
A County Road 401 Shannon man said his dog turned up missing Wednesday morning. The pit bull mix was chained to a tree by the doghouse in a secluded spot that could not be seen from the road.
A County Road 109 Shannon man said someone in a red vehicle pulled into his driveway and dropped off three puppies.
A County Road 2432 Guntown woman said a male got into a verbal altercation with her sister, causing a disturbance. Both left the scene before deputies arrived.
A County Road 999 Plantersville woman said a male relative stole six PlayStation games worth about $150 from her house. When asked about the games, the 34-year-old man threatened to kill everyone at the residence and to burn the house down.
A West Point man said his ex-girlfriend came to his Highway 145 Verona workplace around 5 p.m. and took his vehicle. He said they used to live together and she had access to a key.
A Verona man said someone stole his pressure washer this morning. He said it was on the front porch near the front door.
A County Road 1595 Mooreville woman said someone hit her mailbox with a bottle. She said she has had problems with her neighbors in the past.
A County Road 2432 Guntown woman said a male acquaintance came to her house around 9:30 p.m. and began blowing his horn from the driveway. He then began knocking on a window. When she walked out and asked what he wanted, he got in his van and left.
A Booneville woman said she and her brother got into an argument because he refused to help her with her children while she was trying to become a foster parent for two other children. She said he made a rude comment and it escalated from there.
A County Road 1451 Mooreville man got home from work around 4 a.m. and found his front door ajar. Someone had entered the house and stolen two 32-inch televisions and two jars of loose change.
Tupelo Police Department
Police responded to the hospital emergency room where a man said he was walking down Monument Drive around 2 a.m. when two black males attacked him. The suspects ran away toward Hancock Park. The man couldn't get into his girlfriend's apartment, so he went tot he ER to get medical treatment for the lacerations on his arm and back.
A woman called Tupelo police and reported she stayed at the Hampton Inn on June 8 and left her 9mm Glock pistol in the drawer. When she realized the gun was missing, she called the hotel. They checked and the gun was not there. Another guest had stayed in the room since the woman checked out.
A South Foster Street man heard a loud noise outside around 11 a.m. but didn't see anyone outside. He later discovered that someone threw a large rock through the passenger window of his truck and stole a Mason jar full of change.
An Allen Street woman said someone stole her dog from her front porch. She said the miniature American Eskimo had a pink collar and a pink name tag.
A patrolman spotted a black Chevy truck weaving on East Main Street around 8 p.m. He stopped the driver, who pulled into the All American Inn. The man, who smelled of an intoxicating beverage, refused to comply with the officer's orders, so he was arrested for disorderly conduct and taken to jail. The truck was released to the passenger.
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.