The following reports were filed Friday through Monday with the Tupelo Police Department.
– A Little Street resident reported the theft of a pit bull puppy.
– Police reported a suspect sitting in a vehicle parked behind a Shell Street business was arrested for possession of crack cocaine.
– Westmoreland Glass on South Gloster Street reported a suspect entered the business by breaking a window and stole $17 in change.
– Yamaha of Tupelo on South Gloster Street reported a suspect broke into the building, stole $20.83 in change, threw some papers on the floor and broke a videotape.
– Overhead Door on Robert E. Lee Drive reported a suspect broke in and stole $469.50. Other items also seem to be missing.
– A David Street resident reported a suspect broke into her home, took a bath and stole a 19-inch color television.
– A Ridgeway resident reported an attempted break-in.
– Police reported responding to a burglar alarm at a residence on Mitchell Road. A break-in had occurred, but police could not determine what was missing because the owner was out of town.
– A Verona resident reported a suspect kicked out the window of her vehicle parked at Lockridge and Green.
– A South Canal Street resident reported the theft of $60 from his billfold.
– Police reported responding to a call about someone passed out or asleep in a vehicle at the intersection of North Gloster and Jefferson. When an officer arrived, he found a small plastic bag containing a green leafy substance with brown seeds on the seat of the vehicle. The suspect was taken into custody.
– An Ida Street residence reported the theft of her 1991 Geo from in front of her apartment. The vehicle was later found.
– An Ida Street resident reported damage to his vehicle.
– An Amos Street resident reported a suspect entered her home and held a gun to her head, threatening to blow her head off.
– Police reported finding an abandoned vehicle on Eason Boulevard.
– Cappleman Trucking on Cliff Gookin reported the theft of four tires.
– A Craigmont resident reported a break-in, but it is not known what is missing.
– A Guntown resident reported the theft of her handbag from her shopping cart at the Wal-Mart Supercenter.
– A Forbes Lane resident reported a suspect pointed a gun at him outside the French Quarters Apartments on Ida Street.
– A South Canal Street resident reported the theft of four tires and rims.
– An Ida Street resident reported the theft of a bicycle.
– A Government Street resident reported finding several dead, possibly poisoned, cats in his yard.
– A Route 1, Mooreville, resident reported being hit on the head with a shovel by an employee who had just been fired.
– A Glenkirk Apartments resident reported the theft of a 1983 Pontiac Parisienne from outside his apartment.
– A Pemberton Street resident reported a vehicle came out of gear and rolled into her vehicle in the parking lot of Bryan Foods.
– A Belden resident reported a lost or stolen wallet containing $330.
– A Lumpkin resident reported an ex-roommate stole several items of clothing. Also, the ex-roommate’s boyfriend keeps calling the complainant and threatening bodily harm.
– A Lockridge resident reported the theft of a box of ribs, a pack of pork chops, six packs of chicken and canned goods from her apartment.
– A Wayside Drive resident reported the theft of four hubcaps.
– A Brown Street resident reported the theft of a bicycle.
– A Maxwell Road resident reported receiving harassing phone calls on her answering machine.
– A Church Street resident reported the theft of $160 from his apartment.