The following reports were filed Monday by the Lee County Sheriff's Office and the Tupelo Police Department.
Lee County Sheriff's Office
A Nunni Trail Lake Piomingo man said a white male pulled into his drive around 10:15 a.m. and started walking around the house. When confronted, the suspect said he was trying use the man’s internet. The man told him to leave and he did.
A County Road 2788 Baldwyn man said his ex-girlfriend called and asked if she could borrow his two generators to supply power to the camper where she is living. He told her no and she got mad. The next day, someone stole the two generators.
A Saltillo woman said her brother is a truck driver and was arrested in Ohio. He gave his debit card to a woman he met through an inmate. She was supposed to get cash to bail him out. Instead, she ran up $1,400 in charges.
A County Road 1310 Mooreville woman said someone opened the attic access door in the carport. She thinks they might have tried to get access to her house.
A Dollar General Saltillo employee said two black males and three black females concealed merchandise in their clothes. When they realized they had been spotted, all five ran out of the store and fled in a bronze Nissan Altima.
A County Road 449 Shannon woman said an unknown person was down the road banging on her father’s door.
An Amberwood Cove Tupelo woman said her dogs were acting up around 11:30 p.m. and she thought she heard someone rattling the garage door.
A Drive 2352 Guntown woman said her neighbors were playing loud music at 10 p.m. and shooting fireworks. She asked them to stop and they threatened to do bodily harm to her and her husband.
A County Road 47 man said his mother-in-law was at his house causing a disturbance.
A County Road 600 Shannon man said the back glass of his Volkswagen Beetle was cracked. There was a small hole from a rock or BB.
A County Road 931 Auburn man said a girl he knows only as Amber shot him seven times with a BB pistol on the morning of July 4. Several of the pellets stuck in him, but he dug them out. He said he did not want to press charges.
A Drive 2352 man said he shares a private drive with his neighbor. The neighbor parked on his side and blocked him in. He said this is not the first time this has happened. The neighbor said the man leaves his truck running for hours, disturbing him.
A North Ridge Drive Saltillo man said he went upstairs because his 19-year-old son was picking on his younger brother. He said they went outside and the son threw his keys, then pulled a knife and a pair of scissors on the father.
A County Road 115 Shannon woman said she was laying on the couch around 3 p.m. when she heard a knock on the back door of the trailer. Her landlords walked right in and removed the back door. She said they started to take off the front door but left when her mother called 911. She said they put the door inside a nearby shed and padlocked the shed.
A woman said she was at her ex-boyfriend's house. While she was inside, he went outside and stole two cell phones, a purse, her keys and $70 in cash from her unlocked car.
A County Road 122 Nettleton woman said she and her husband got into a heated argument over the kids. She left the scene for the night.
An employee at a fireworks stand at the intersection of Highway 6 and County Road 41 said a black male picked up a rocket tray and a package of Roman candles and walked out of the tent without paying. The suspect drove off in a white Ford Explorer Sport Trac with a Pontotoc County tag.
A Sandpiper Cove Mooreville woman reported at 9 p.m. July 4 that her neighbors were shooting loud fireworks, disturbing her pet and keeping her awake.
A County Road 530 Shannon woman said she and her husband got into an argument over an incident that happened in Tupelo. They agreed to separate for the evening to cool things off.
A County Road 1451 Mooreville woman said her car alarm went off at 1:15 a.m. After she reset the alarm and went back inside, it went off again. Deputies checked the property but found no one.
A Shannon man said he was at a party on County Road 115. Around 2 a.m., he walked outside and saw a man push his sister twice. He walked over and hit the suspect in the head several times with his fist. The suspect hit the man with a beer bottle that shattered on his head, leaving a laceration on the left side of his head. He said the blow stunned him, but he never lost consciousness.
A County Road 506 Shannon man said a friend of his laid down in the front yard around 1 a.m. and was still there at 5:30 and wanted deputies to check on him. The friend said he was OK, he was just sleeping there because he was homeless and felt safe at that location.
A Little Turkey Trail Tupelo man said a stray dog came onto his property and tried to attack his dog. The man tried to separate the dogs and the stray bit the man's right hand, breaking the skin.
A Palmetto Road man said his wife was in a creek out back looking for arrowheads and found a five-gallon bucket. She pried the lid off and found a "slushy white substance" she thought might be crystal methamphetamine. She got some on her hands and it burned. She said she previously saw the bucket there about two weeks ago. A narcotics agent took possession of the bucket to destroy the contents.
A Highway 371 Mooreville woman said she let a friend borrow her car two weeks ago and she still hasn't returned the 2001 Hyundai Sonata. Since the car is actually titled to the woman's uncle, the deputy explained that the uncle would have to file the report.
A County Road 598 Plantersville man said someone blew up his mailbox. He said the mailbox was blown inside out and completely off the post. The door was blown about 35 yards away. He found remnants of a Gatorade bottle wrapped with duct tape and a black powder residue inside.
A County Road 295 Shannon woman looked out the window around noon and saw a white pickup driving real slow. One white male jumped out of the truck while another stayed behind the wheel. The suspect jumped the neighbor's fence and started walking across the yard. She said the suspect later got back in the truck and they drove away.
A County Road 115 Shannon man said his 34-year-old stepson got up around 2 a.m. and caused a disturbance. He said the stepson will not get a job, he is tired of supporting him and wants him out of his house.
A County Road 805 Shannon man said a couple and a car were in his driveway arguing. The woman said the car broke down. The man felt the two were under the influence of drugs and called 911 when they refused to leave. The woman was arrested for disorderly conduct. The car was towed.
Tupelo Police Department
No reports filed since July 3.
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.