The following reports were filed Tuesday with the Tupelo Police Department and the Lee County Sheriff's Department.
- An Lumpkin Avenue resident reported vandalism damage to a truck in the Oak Creek Apartments complex parking lot on Lumpkin Avenue.
- Tupelo Public Works on Monaghan Street reported vandalism damage to several graves at the Porter Memorial Cemetery.
- A Tiplersville resident reported a hit-and-run accident on U.S. 45.
- A Vardaman resident reported the theft of a purse containing $500 in cash, a checkbook and several credit cards from the Captain D's Restaurant on South Gloster Street.
- JC Penney in the Mall at Barnes Crossing reported a shoplifting attempt of three vests, a shirt and a pair of pants.
- A Courtyard Apartments resident reported vandalism damage to a car on West Main Street.
- A Mound Street resident reported a break-in and the theft of four rings, a VCR and a piggy bank containing $40 in change.
- An Ida Street resident reported being threatened with a gun on West Main Street.
- A Red Oak Grove resident reported being assaulted.
- Tupelo police reported seizing marijuana on West Main Street.
- A Beasley Drive resident reported being robbed at gunpoint of $100.
- Marshall Durbin on South Park Street reported an employee was assaulted by her husband at the plant.
- A State Park Road resident reported assaulted by her husband.
- A County Road 1640 resident reported a pack of wild dogs living in the woods keeping residents from reaching their mailboxes.
- Burton's Grocery on state Highway 6 reported recovering possible stolen items.
- A County Drive 976 resident reported a disturbance.
- A Verona Resident reported being stabbed and threatened by her son.
- A County Road 754 resident reported the theft of a tool chest.
- A Mooreville resident reported receiving harassing phone calls.
- A Nettleton resident reported being threatened.
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.