CATEGORY: Crime

AUTHOR: GIBSON

The following reports were filed Thursday through Sunday with the Tupelo Police Department. No reports were available from the Lee County Sheriff's Department because offices were closed Monday for the Independence Day holiday.

Tupelo Police

- Cooper Realty on North Madison Street reported a break-in at a Lambard Street residence.

- A Hilda Drive resident reported being harassed and assaulted on North Green Street.

- Wal-Mart Supercenter on North Gloster Street reported a shoplifting attempt of two compact discs.

- Wal-Mart Supercenter on North Gloster Street reported a shoplifting attempt of two packs of cigarettes and a lighter.

- A Willie Moore Road resident reported finding a purse belonging to an Oxford woman. The purse was returned to its owner.

- A Shelton Drive resident reported being stabbed at his residence.

- A Franklin Street resident reported vandalism damage to two silk flower arrangements.

- Daybrite Car Wash on Daybrite Street reported the theft of a jump box.

- A Crabapple Drive resident reported the theft of a lawn mower.

- A William Drive resident reported her dog was shot after it got out of her yard. The dog was taken to a veterinarian and is recovering.

- McRae's in the Mall at Barnes Crossing reported a shoplifting attempt of a pair of shorts and a shirt.

- A New Albany resident reported being hit with a chair during a fight at the Zoo nightclub on South Gloster Street.

- A Robindale Drive resident reported the theft of an innertube, a boat ladder and rear deck cover for the boat from his residence.

- Tupelo police reported a disturbance on Ida Street.

- A Rhonda Street resident reported the theft of an air conditioning window unit at an Indian Trails residence.

- A Lumpkin Avenue resident reported vandalism damage to a vehicle outside her residence.

- A Poplarville Street resident reported the theft of two lawn mowers from his garage.

- A Guntown resident reported the theft of a cigarette case containing $97 in cash, a watch and five rings on West Main Street.

- A Shannon resident reported the theft of $340 in cash from a room at the Travelers Inn on North Gloster Street.

- A Robert Kennedy Street resident reported being assaulted by her husband at her residence.

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

- A Tony Moore Road resident reported the theft of a grill.

- A Moore Avenue resident reported a disturbance.

- A West Jackson Street resident reported the unauthorized use of a vehicle on Ida Street.

- A New Albany resident reported a car break-in at the North Mississippi Medical Center parking lot on South Gloster Street.

- An Ida Street resident reported a car break-in and the theft of a wallet, identification and a credit card.

- The Vacuum Shop on East Main Street reported vandalism damage to its front windows and doors.

- A Wildwood Circle resident reported the theft of two life jackets, an intertube, a ski rope and ski rope harness from her garage.

- A Debro Street resident reported being threatened at her residence.

- Park Hill Laundry on North Green Street reported the theft of a receipt book, $175 in cash and a check.

- A Moore Avenue resident reported being assaulted and the theft of a pager.

- A Shelton Trailer Park resident reported finding several stolen items in a dumpster, including a credit card authorization machine, two credit card receipt printers, a key pad and a monitor.

- An Eisenhower Street resident reported a trespasser at his residence.

- A Pontotoc resident reported being assaulted on Tolbert Street.

- A Monument Drive resident reported being assaulted.

- Wal-Mart Supercenter on North Gloster Street reported an employee was receiving threatening phone calls at work.

- A Shonda Circle resident reported a break-in and the theft of two video game systems with controllers and games, a VCR, a cordless phone, an alarm clock, a jacket, jewelry, a CD player, a camcorder and an answering machine from his residence.

- An Ida street resident reported his vehicle was vandalized outside his apartment.

- A Barnes Street resident reported being assaulted at his residence.

- Krueger International on South Green Street reported a break-in and the theft of cash from several vending machines.

Anyone with information on any of these crimes is urged to call 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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