The following reports were filed Tuesday with the Tupelo police and the Lee County sheriff’s departments.

Tupelo Police

– An employee of Conditioned Air Inc. on Cliff Gookin Boulevard reported a break-in. A back door was pried open and desk drawers were disturbed. Approximately $100 in cash was stolen.

– An employee of Nail, McKinney, Tate & Robinson on North Madison Street reported someone kicked in a back door to a storage shed. Nothing was reported stolen.

– An employee of Performance Auto Sales, formerly called C&G Auto Sales, on South Gloster Street reported someone broke into a 1989 Chevrolet C-15 pickup and took a Kenwood CD player and radio.

– An employee of Rex TV Appliance on South Gloster Street reported someone slid into the store’s mailbox, breaking it.

– An employee of Looking Good on South Gloster Street reported the shoplifting of a black leather coat valued at $500.

– An employee of Texaco on North Gloster Street reported someone broke out a window on a bus sitting on the business’ lot.

– A New Albany resident reported a phone bag was stolen from her pickup while it was parked in a North Mississippi Medical Center parking lot.

– A Nettleton resident reported someone ran into his purple 1995 Geo Tracker while it was parked on Wal-Mart Supercenter’s lot.

– A South Green Street resident reported her ex-boyfriend beat, slapped and verbally abused her.

– An Ode Street resident reported the father of four of her grandchildren attacked her while he was at her home visiting her daughter. The incident occurred while the woman was trying to break up an altercation between her daughter and the estranged boyfriend.

– A Macon resident reported someone broke into her locked 1994 Chevrolet Silverado in an attempt to steal it.

– A North Gloster Street resident reported a break-in. A jar of change, a .22-caliber rifle, a television, a VCR, a diamond ring and three quilts were stolen.

Lee Sheriff

– A Route 2, Mooreville, resident reported his mailbox and four of his neighbors’ mailboxes on County Road 1279 were knocked down by a small, red pickup.

– A Fulton resident reported Monday being assaulted and thrown out of a male acquaintance’s trailer home.

– A Guntown resident reported her boyfriend threatened her with a knife while they were traveling in a car along County Road 2346. After being verbally threatened, the complaint said she jumped out of the car and ran. The boyfriend then took off with her two children still in the car. The boyfriend was arrested a short time later after taking the children to a relative’s home.

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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