POLICE REPORTS

CATEGORY: Crime

AUTHOR: JEFFRI

POLICE REPORTS

The following reports were filed Feb. 7 with the Tupelo Police Department and the Lee County Sheriff’s Department.

Tupelo Police

– A Route 3, Tupelo, resident reported a break-in. Five candles were stolen.

– An Armstrong Street resident reported someone shot through one of her windows with a BB gun.

– An Ida Street resident reported the unauthorized use of a 1983 Honda.

– An employee of J.C. Penney in the Mall at Barnes Crossing reported a customer tried to return a pair of pants purchased at Goody’s. The customer was arrested and charged with false pretense.

– An employee of Pro Design on Nelle Street reported a trespassing.

– An Ida Street resident reported an attempted break-in. Nothing was taken.

– An Allen Street resident reported a break-in. Seventy dollars in cash was taken.

– A Lumpkin Street resident reported he loaned his computer to an acquaintance to do his taxes and has been informed that the man is not going to return it.

– An employee of Lowe’s Distribution Center on Nelle Street reported his flatbed trailer was damaged when someone backed into it.

– An employee of the Shoe Department at the Mall at Barnes Crossing reported the shoplifting of a pair of Reeboks and a pair of Nike shoes.

– A Monument Drive resident reported being threatened.

– An employee of Performance Auto Sales on South Gloster Street reported the theft of a 1992 Chrysler LeBaron. A Tupelo police officer reported following the car from Main Street, through Tupelo, Saltillo and into Guntown, where the man exited the vehicle while it was still in motion. The car ran off of the roadway.

Lee Sheriff

– A Garrison Street resident reported someone came to her home and took her car keys and television and reportedly clawed her boyfriend in the face.

– A State Park Road resident reported her 12-year-old daughter cursed her and then pushed her.

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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