The following reports were filed Thursday with the Tupelo police and the Lee County sheriff’s departments.
– A Route 1, Plantersville, resident reported an auto burglary and the theft of a radar detector.
– An employee of Dossett Big 4 reported the theft of four wheel covers.
– A Marietta resident reported the theft of a portable CD player and a CD.
– A Tupelo police officer reported finding a 1986 Cadillac that had been reported stolen.
– An Okolona resident reported losing her purse at a bingo parlor parking lot.
– A Buchanan Street resident reported the theft of a 26-inch blue mountain bicycle.
– A County Road 1900, Saltillo, resident reported an auto burglary. An AM/FM radio was stolen.
– A Beasley Drive resident reported someone threw a bottle of beer at his car, breaking the rear window of his 1987 Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight.
– An Amory resident reported someone broke into his car and took a Motorola car phone and a radar detector.
– A Route 1, Plantersville, resident reported someone broke into his car and stole a radar detector.
– A DeSoto Drive, Tupelo, resident reported someone threw a rock into his business and broke out the window on his pickup.
– A Verona resident reported someone threw a rock at his truck.
– A County Road 301 resident reported she and a male acquaintance were drinking when he pointed a .357 caliber handgun at her. The gun went off and struck her in the left forearm. The bullet also grazed her left ear. The woman was transported to the North Mississippi Medical Center for treatment. She did not press charges.
-A County Road 838 resident reported her boyfriend beat her with a broom handle.
– A Green Tee Road resident reported while walking along the roadway, two men that he knew drove past him, got out of their vehicle and stabbed him in the upper right arm and his left buttock. The two men then threw him into a ditch.
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.