The following reports were filed Monday by the Lee County Sheriff’s Office and the Tupelo Police Department.
Lee County Sheriff’s Office
A 911 call reported suspicious activity at a County Road 1451 Mooreville property. Deputies found a couple tearing down a mobile home for the property owner.
A County Road 1900 Saltillo man said he saw a female acquaintance walk up and try to enter his father’s vacant rental house. The suspect has been told to stay away from the house before.
An East Point Drive Saltillo man said there is a group of buildings behind his house. For the last week, loud music has come from the buildings starting early in the morning and continuing until late afternoon.
A Nunni Trail Lake Piomingo man said he is in a civil dispute with a woman over a car. He wanted to file a report against her. While she has not threatened him, he said she is capable of harming him.
A Drive 272 Shannon woman said her neighbor’s two pit bulls came onto her property. When she tried to run them off, they snarled at her in a threatening manner.
A County Road 648 Plantersville man said he heard someone knocking on his door after 2 a.m. By the time he got to the door, no one was there. Deputies looked around the property and found no one.
A Mitchell Road woman said she went to bed at 9 p.m. while her boyfriend stayed up. She got up at 3 a.m. and noticed her car keys, her car and her boyfriend were all missing. After deputies left, they learned the woman gave them a false name and false vehicle information. The car was returned around 9 a.m. the same day.
A County Road 1650 Mooreville man said a dark-colored car pulled down his driveway at 3 a.m. He said no one should have been on his property at that time.
A County Road 1810 Saltillo woman said her 34-year-old granddaughter showed up high on drugs about five weeks ago. She was later picked up by someone in a blue or silver car. The family normally hears from her every couple of weeks, but no one has heard from the subject since.
A County Road 455 Shannon man said his 35-year-old son was being verbally aggressive towards him and his wife. The son threatened to damage a car if he was not given money. The mother and son were gone when deputies arrived.
A 48-year-old County Road 2432 Guntown man said his 42-year-old sister and her son showed up. The sister accused the man of stealing her lawnmower. He said he has three mowers and didn’t need hers. When the nephew joined the argument, he pulled out a pocket knife. When the man grabbed a shovel handle, the nephew decided to leave.
A Drive 1577 Mooreville man said a female acquaintance came by his house last week. When she left, the took one of his 12-week-old Blue healer puppies without him noticing. When he called and told her to return the dog, she refused.
A County Road 1451 Saltillo woman said her dog woke her up around 2:30 a.m. She looked outside and noticed a 53-year-old white woman out by a camper banging on the door. The suspect has been told several times she is not welcome on the property. The suspect has threatened to set fire to the woman’s house before.
A 40-year-old County Road 1597 Nettleton man said his 25-year-old wife moved to Alabama with another man and has not help provide for their three children. She said she was coming to get the three kids, and he feels she is unfit to raise the kids. He wanted a police report with him when he goes to the Department of Human Services.
A County Road 855 Shannon woman said she and her adult daughter got into a verbal altercation over an unknown reason. She said the pregnant daughter left the scene before deputies arrived.
A Booneville woman and her fiance were dropping his child off at her aunt’s Highway 371 Mooreville residence. The child’s 75-year-old uncle came outside and began making verbal threats. The suspect took a swing at the man with a hammer, knocking the woman’s phone out of his hand. After the man got back in the car, the suspect then hit the car twice, causing damage to the right rear door near the window of the 2017 Hyundai Elantra.
A Tomlinson Drive woman said she and her boyfriend bought a 2014 Hyundai Elantra together. They got into a verbal argument. He took the keys and drove away. She said she just wants him to bring the car back.
Tupelo Police Department
Workers at the Tupelo Regional Airport found two identification cards for a Nation Hills Drive man who reported his wallet was stolen.
Two workers at an Old Runway Road factory got into an argument that turned physical. She said she told him to shut up and called him a “stupid (expletive) and he grabbed her by the throat and pushed her away. He said she criticized his job performance, then got up in his face. When she raised her hand as if she was going to hit him, he placed an open hand on her throat and pushed her away.
A woman said while she was inside a West Main Street business, someone side-swiped her car. A witness said it was a red Mazda and wrote down the tag for police.
The Lee County Library director said a black female went into the upstairs restroom around 1:30 p.m. A short time later, an alarm sounded. When they checked the ladies restroom, the smoke detector had been removed. It was found in the garbage can with the battery removed.
A patrolman encountered a white female dressed all in pink stumbling along Lawndale Drive and wandering into traffic around 7:45 p.m. She told the officer she was avoiding an albino monster and a man living in a hole on the side of the road. Her eyes were bloodshot and glossy. She was jittery and unable to stand still. She was charged with public intoxication.
An officer responding to an abandoned vehicle around 10:30 p.m. on Highway 45 near Eason Boulevard found a green 1973 Ford Ranger on the left side of the road, wedged between the guardrail and the guard cables.
During a traffic stop, a .22-caliber short revolver with the serial number removed was recovered from under the driver’s seat. The motorist said the gun belonged to a friend he let borrow the car.
A Grant Street man said he and his girlfriend recently ended their five-year relationship. They had an argument on the phone and she showed up at his place unannounced and angry. She walked inside the residence. When he later locked her outside, she became more irate and started hitting the door with a piece of wood. After a few minutes, she got in her car and drove away.
A Wall’s employee observed a man conceal a $3.22 tooth repair pack in his shorts. When he was arrested and charged with shoplifting, police found $109 in cash in his pockets.
The manager of Meineke Car Care said someone stole four Mastercraft tires from an outside display. A witness said the suspect put the tires in a silver Chevy S10 and drove away.
A man said he set his phone on top of the gas pump at the Barnes Crossing Kroger. When he came back from paying for the gas,the $600 Samsung Galaxy S8 was gone.
A woman said she was shopping at a West Main Street store and ran into a former co-worker. She agreed to give him a ride to Monument Drive, so he jumped in the back seat. On the way, he stole $200 from her purse and a 7-inch DVD player.
An officer responded to the South Gloster Waffle House around midnight for an altercation between customers and employees. In front of the officer, the employee asked a customer to leave. A female customer then confronted the employee aggressively. The customer was asked to leave several times but continued to yell at the employee. When the officer told her to leave, the customer yelled “(Expletive) you.” She was arrested and charged with failure to comply and disturbance of a business.
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.