CATEGORY: Crime

AUTHOR: JEFFRI

POLICE REPORTS

The following reports were filed Friday through Monday with the Tupelo police and the Lee County sheriff's departments.

Tupelo Police

Friday

- A Guntown resident reported an auto burglary and the theft of a Motorola flip phone and an adapter for a CD player.

- A Blue Mountain resident reported an auto burglary and the theft of a portable CD player, cassette case and a blue leather purse.

- A Lockridge Street resident reported the theft of a 1984 Chevrolet Celebrity. The complainant reported that she left the keys inside the vehicle while she took a child into the Lift building. When she came out, the car was gone. The complainant stated that she saw a male with no shirt and blue pants near the car. An officer found the car on a nearby street. The suspect had backed the car into a ditch. A suspect, who was wearing blue pants and no shirt, was arrested.

- An employee of Citgo on Franklin Street reported someone entered a storage area behind the business and damaged several items.

- A Mitchell Road resident reported the theft of a JVC brand CD player taken from his 1992 Suzuki Sidekick.

- An employee of Busy Bee on North Green Street reported an attempted burglary.

- An employee of Super D Drugs on West Main Street reported the shoplifting of a bottle of Pyrinol II liquid. A suspect was arrested.

- A Chesterville Road resident reported an auto burglary and the theft of two Pioneer 12-inch box speakers, two amplifiers and a Pioneer radio.

- An employee of Halls Control of Mississippi in Meridian reported the theft of a scanner and a phone taken from his truck.

- A Bell Circle resident reported the theft of $23 in cash.

- A Shonda Circle resident reported receiving harassing phone calls.

- A Booneville resident reported an auto burglary and the theft of a Dooney and Burke purse. The suspect kicked out the front passenger window on the complainant's car.

- A Mooreville resident reported an auto burglary and the theft of an AM/FM cassette stereo and five cassette tapes.

- An Okolona resident reported while her car was parked on Hunter Avenue, someone cracked the back window.

- An Aberdeen resident reported an auto burglary and the theft of a Radio Shack VCR, a scanner, two amplifier speakers, a Radio Shack television and a yellow cartoon light.

- A Route 2, Tupelo, resident reported someone cut all four tires on his 1990 Mercury car while it was parked at a North Gloster Street night spot.

Saturday

- A West Jefferson Street resident reported the theft of a 1985 Chevrolet Celebrity.

- A Prairie resident reported his ex-wife broke out every window on his 1989 Ford Thunderbird while it was parked at a North Gloster Street motel.

- A Goodlett Street resident reported a dog got into her garden and ate several bean plants.

- A Shannon resident reported someone hit her 1994 Mercury Cougar while it was parked on the rear side of a South Gloster Street grocery store.

- A West Main Street resident reported someone scratched her car. The complainant suspects her ex-boyfriend.

- An employee of Wal-Mart Supercenter on North Gloster Street reported the shoplifting attempt of a Skil Router and a hand sander. A suspect was arrested.

- An employee of Nichol's Saw Service on Nelle Street reported the theft of two wheel-car dollies.

- A Rachel Street resident reported the theft of a large garbage can.

- A Terry Road resident reported the theft of a 10-speed girl's bicycle.

- A Stonbebridge Street resident reported losing her purse.

- A Plantersville resident reported being assaulted.

- A Borough Circle resident reported being harassed and threatening by an acquaintance while at her job.

- A Evelyn Avenue resident reported the theft of a hubcap.

- A Rosewood Street resident reported an auto burglary and the theft of a Sony AM/FM CD player, 35-mm camera, $40 in cash, a camera case, and a backpack.

Sunday

-An employee of Tupelo Mini Storage on North Industrial Road reported someone broke into several of the units.

-A North Green Street resident reported a break-in and the theft of an RCA color TV with remote.

- A Kirkwood Apartment resident reported someone took a gate off its hinges.

- A Tupelo police officer reported finding a 1985 gold Chevrolet Celebrity that had been reported stolen.

- A Chandler Street resident reported the unauthorized use of a 1991 Jeep Eagle Summit.

- A Burress Circle resident reported she fell into a water meter hole that was not covered.

- An employee of Langner Management on South Broadway Street reported someone spray painted profane words on a fence.

- An Elvis Presley Drive resident reported being assaulted.

- A Tupelo police officer reported arresting a man for public drunkenness.

- An employee of Mid-South Signs on South Green Street reported a break-in and the theft of $150.

- An employee of Princeton Production on Shell Street reported a break-in and the theft of a Sony portable CD unit.

- An employee of Stewart and Associates on North Madison Street reported an attempted break-in.

Monday

- A Robert Kennedy Drive resident reported getting into a physical confrontation in which the suspect tried to run over the complainant and the complainant tried to cut the suspect with a razor.

- A Bickerstaff Street resident reported the theft of a bicycle.

- A Leighton Avenue resident reported the theft of a garbage can.

- A Baker Street resident reported the theft of a camera, a swimming pool, a metal glider, two metal lawn chairs, 30 purses, several pieces of clothing, several tools, two metal clothes racks, curtains and nine pairs of shoes.

- An employee of McRae's in the Mall at Barnes Crossing reported the shoplifting attempt of several items. A suspect was caught.

- A Winchester Street resident reported receiving harassing phone calls.

- A Tupelo police officer reported making an arrest and charging the individual with DUI, failure to stop for blue lights, traveling at 95 mph in a 50 mph zone and reckless driving.

- A McCullough Boulevard resident reported a domestic violence situation.

- A Kirksey Circle reported an 18-wheeler truck damaged a traffic light at the intersection of Ida Street and Lawndale Drive.

- An employee of Flying H. Transportation on President Street Extended reported his tractor-trailer caught a traffic light causing some damage.

- A Monument Drive resident reported being involved in a hit-and-run accident in her apartment complex's parking lot.

Lee Sheriff's

Friday

- An employee of Pam's Grocery on County Road 506 in Shannon reported a customer pumped $10 worth of gasoline and drove off without paying for it.

- A Shannon resident reported being assaulted.

Saturday

- A County Road 1480 resident reported the theft of a mailbox.

- An Okolona resident reported a break-in and the theft of five weapons.

- A Plantersville resident reported someone backed into the side of his vehicle while it was parked on a Burleson store gas station.

Sunday

- A County Road 1929 resident reported a family disturbance.

- A Saltillo resident reported being assaulted.

- A Saltillo resident reported being assaulted by her husband.

- A County Road 653 resident reported being assaulted by her husband.

Monday

- A Route 6, Tupelo, resident reported his ex-girlfriend came to his home on County Road 373 to try to get into the house. The complainant stated that he grabbed her to keep her from getting into the house. She then turned and hit the complainant in the face and scratched him. She also scratched his car on the passenger side.

- A Nettleton resident reported a break-in and the theft of several pieces of clothing.

- A Guntown resident reported a break-in and the theft of a 1826 silver dollar piece in a black pouch, an old Timex watch, a gold wedding ring, a rope chain, a bottle of Jack Daniels, an old Korean coin, a West Indies penny, a 1976 Bicentennial penny with a train on it, a silver star Germany coin, five $1 bill from a foreign country, a bag of steel pennies, a 1978 proof set of currency from a foreign country, a portable stereo with a CD player and a Cannon camera.

Anyone with information on any of these crimes is urged to call 911, the Tupelo Police Department at 841-6491, the Lee County Sheriff's Department at 841-9041, or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-773-TIPS.

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