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

Lee County Sheriff's Office

A State Park Road woman said she got into a verbal altercation with her husband. She packed a bag and tried to leave but he took the keys to her car. Due to a prior domestic violence incident, she called 911.

A County Road 1438 Tupelo couple reported that two white females ran out of the woods around 9 p.m. yelling, "He's trying to run over us." The females said they didn't feel safe there, and walked about a mile down the road.

A Songbird Lane Tupelo woman said someone put a game camera in a tree outside her residence. She thinks her ex-boyfriend is checking up on her as they go through a custody battle for their child.

An Oxford man said he was walking between relatives' houses on County Road 1467 around 11 p.m. when a stray dog bit him on the left hand. It was too dark to see what kind of dog it was.

A County Road 295 Shannon man said overnight, someone entered two unlocked vehicles and rummaged around. Nothing appeared to be stolen.

A County Road 506 Shannon man said overnight, someone entered three unlocked vehicles. Nothing appeared to be stolen. He said he saw two white males in a white Ford Ranger in the area around 10 p.m.

A Mitchell Street woman said her ex-boyfriend just got out of jail for domestic violence and was at her apartment. He started a verbal argument while collecting his belongings, then left.

A woman said she goes to her grandfather's house every day to feed a cat while he is at hospice. Today, she noticed that his 2002 Chevy Silverado 2500 was gone and a black van was parked inside the shed. She said the truck was locked, but could be cranked with a screwdriver.

A County Road 1149 Plantersville woman said her boyfriend called, saying she needed to come home and pack her stuff, because he wanted her to leave. While she was packing, he started a verbal argument.

A Mountain Leader Trail Lake Piomingo woman said she lets her 21-year-old granddaughter use her 2009 Hyundai for daily use. She said the granddaughter spent the night with a friend. The next morning, all four tires were flat.

A Cove Lane Auburn man said he was at home around 1:15 p.m. when he saw a white male on a bicycle stop, get the mail out of his mailbox, and continue on County Road 1562.

A Songbird Lane woman said while having her oil changed, she found a GPS tracker under the left rear fender of her car. She thinks her ex-boyfriend is responsible, due to a custody issue over their 4-year-old child.

A County Road 506 Shannon man said his nephew and another man knocked on his door around 1 p.m. When he opened the door, the two threw a glass and a tape measure at him. The tape measure hit him in the face, leaving a cut under his left eye. He said the second man accused him of stealing his cell phone around midnight the night before.

A Memphis landlord said he left a note on the door of his County Road 488 Brewer rental property for the tenant to move out by July 1. The tenant is still there. Deputies informed the man of the eviction process.

A Guntown man said his car was parked outside a cousin's County Road 2500 house. When the house burned, his car did as well. Someone has since hauled his car to a house on County Road 683. He thinks they stole the 2000 Nissan Maxima to sell it for scrap.

A woman said she and her husband are getting a divorce. When she picked up their child from his County Road 445 Saltillo residence, she found a tracking device in the child's bag. She later discovered another tracking device under the driver's seat of her car.

A Sequoia Drive Plantersville man said he and his brother got into an argument over their father. Both had been drinking. One brother fled the scene before deputies arrived.

A County Road 1409 Mooreville woman said her 26-year-old son started a disturbance and threatened her, saying, "I'll kill you all." She said she does not want him back on her property.

A Tupelo man said he pulled up to the intersection of county roads 885 and 831 around 4:45 Saturday afternoon. He saw a motorcycle on fire and a white male running down the road toward the church.

A County Road 1820 Saltillo woman said she got into an argument with her child's father over a phone. He took the phone and went to another residence. She just wants her phone back.

A Drive 1924 Saltillo man said a 32-year-old woman came into his yard around 7 p.m. and began to strip off her clothes. She has previously been told she is not welcome on his property. When deputies arrived, the woman had left. She returned about 90 minutes later, again started taking off her clothes and yelled "Tell that b---- to meet me in the driveway." He immediately called 911 but she left before deputies could return.

A State Park Road Mooreville man said he pulled into his drive at 11:45 p.m. and saw a shirtless white male digging in a backpack. He pulled out a flashlight and started walking down driveways.

A County Road 1650 Tupelo man said a loud truck pulled into his driveway around 12:30 a.m. It then left and drove down County Road 1453 where it stopped. While the deputy was talking to the man, an intoxicated white male walked up, saying his truck ran out of gas. He was arrested for public intoxication.

A Drive 1452 Tupelo man said he let a female friend use his car, with the agreement she would return the 2009 Nissan Maxima that night. She did not return the car. He thought she worked at a Tupelo hotel, but later learned she did not.

A County Road 1529 Baldwyn woman returned for a trip to find the doors and windows of her house were open. She is going through a nasty divorce and thinks her husband is to blame.

A County Road 300 Shannon man said his security camera caught a skinny, bald white male with a beard come into his carport and steal a full 2.5-gallon jug of gasoline.

A County Road 1390 Mooreville man said a male acquaintance came to his house to get his coin. He started a disturbance because the man didn't have all the money. When the man's wife called 911, the suspect drove off in a black Corvette.

A County Road 931 Tupelo woman said her rent was due on the first. She knew she was a few days late, but the landlord had the power turned off on July 7.

A State Park Road Mooreville woman said her car alarm sounded after 10:30 p.m. She grabbed her gun and went to the back door. The porch lights were already on. She looked outside but didn't see anyone.

A Songbird Lane Tupelo woman said she broke up with her child’s father in December 2017. She started dating someone else last summer. She said he has been following her, put a tracking device on her car and set up a trail camera outside her residence. When she checked the camera, there were several shots of a masked person repositioning the camera.

A Shannon man said he and his girlfriend were at his daughter’s birthday party when the girl’s mother, 30, got unexpectedly angry. She hit him with cake, grabbed him by the shirt, ripping it as she yelled at him. After someone pulled her off, the man and the girlfriend went to their car to leave. The irate woman followed them. She tried to grab the girlfriend, ripping out her nose ring. As they drove off, the suspect bent the frame around the car tag.

A Yon-O-Main Trail Lake Piomingo man said someone had gone under his back patio and removed about 20 pieces of metal pipe. He said he could see the pipe in a neighbor’s yard.

An Alabama man reported that someone broke the passenger window of his Chevy pickup while it was parked on County Road 41. He said this is the second time it has happened.

A County Road 506 Shannon man said he loaned his car to his cousin at 7:30 a.m. for an hour. When the 2008 Nissan Sentra was not returned by 9 p.m., he called 911 to report it stolen.

A Garden Park Drive woman said her 28-year-old boyfriend showed up drunk at 3 a.m. yelling and beating on the windows, saying he wanted his property. When she told him to come back at a decent hour and sober, he became even more irate.

Tupelo Police Department

A Maywood Circle man said overnight, someone entered his vehicle and stole some of his mail and his nitroglycerin tablets.

An Englewood Drive woman said overnight, someone entered her unlocked vehicle and stole a .22-caliber Ruger pistol from the center console.

A contractor said he left a John Deere excavator at an Ida Street construction site over the Fourth of July holidays. When he returned Monday, he discovered someone had thrown a rock through the windshield.

An Enoch Avenue woman said overnight, someone entered her unlocked car and stole $417 in cash.

A West Main Walmart employee said a black male entered the store, picked up a diaper bag and proceeded to put underwear, socks, shorts and shirts in the bag. He was detained with more than $150 of merchandise and charged with shoplifting.

A Maynard Drive man said someone had entered his unlocked car and stolen two knives and a small amount of money.

A West Main Street woman said she applied for several jobs online. She got a reply that she would be interviewed by email. After emailing back and forth, she was told she got the job and they were sending her a check for $4,900 to buy equipment needed. She deposited the check and got another email saying they wanted their money back. When she checked with the bank, the check was fraudulent.

A patrolman spotted a car without a tag on West Main around 1 p.m. Sunday and made a traffic stop. The driver had five active warrants, was arrested and taken to jail.

A Green Street man reported that someone shot his window with a BB gun.

A woman reported witnessing a parking lot accident outside the Malco theater. A woman in a Ford Explorer hit a Nissan Maxima and a Honda Odyssey then tried to flee the scene. While the police were talking to the suspect, the Honda drove away before they got a copy of the case number for insurance purposes.

A Cliff Gookin business reported that over the weekend, a company car parked outside was hit by a rock that broke the left rear window.

A Maynard Drive woman reported that her prescription glasses were missing after a big Fourth of July family gathering.

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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