The following reports were filed Monday and Tuesday with the T

CATEGORY: Crime

AUTHOR: JEFFRI

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

Tupelo Police

Monday

– A Tupelo police officer reported making an arrest and charging the person with possession of an alleged crack pipe. The arrest was made during a traffic stop on North Church Street near the Jackson Street intersection. The person was also cited for driving with a suspended license.

– An employee of Calvary Baptist Church on West Main Street reported a break-in and the theft of three cassette recorders.

– A member of Harrisburg Baptist Church on West Main Street reported a break-in. Nothing was taken.

– A Talihina, Okla., resident reported a dual cassette player, a boom box, food and other items were taken from his McCullough Boulevard motel room.

– An employee of Amvets Post 355 on East President Street reported a break-in. Nothing was found missing.

– A Tupelo police officer reported arresting a person and charging the person with possessing less than an ounce of marijuana.

– A Bruce resident reported someone backed into his 1994 Ford truck while he was inside a North Gloster Street shopping center.

– A Shelton Trailer Park resident reported the theft of a .25-caliber handgun.

– A North Park Street resident reported the theft of a lawn mower.

– An Amos Street resident reported someone took her car from Ode Street and damaged it, internally and externally. The car has been recovered.

– An employee of Roper Toyota on South Gloster Street reported the theft of a dark green 1996 Toyota Camry.

– A Countrywood Road resident reported the theft of several tackle boxes full of equipment.

– A Plantersville resident reported someone pried open an apartment widow at Haven Acres Rental on Willie Moore Road. Two prior reports have been made on the same apartment.

– An employee of Sanders Industries on Royal Maid Drive in Tupelo reported the theft of an air conditioner.

– A Route 7, Tupelo, resident reported the theft of $100. The victim also stated that someone attempted to assault him with a jack handle.

– A Tupelo police officer reported making a crack cocaine arrest at an Ida Street apartment complex.

– A Monument Drive resident reported an attempted break-in at her apartment home.

– A Milford Street resident reported a break-in and the theft of a living room suite, a dining room suite, a 19-inch television, a VCR and a wall painting. The front door was pried open to gain entry. The complainant said the suspect is possibly his wife and/or her family members. He is separated from his wife.

-A Forbes Lane resident reported a male acquaintance kicked her door in and assaulted her.

– A Meadow Drive resident reported she was in her bedroom when she heard what she thought was a gunshot. She then heard a vehicle with loud pipes leave at a high rate of speed. The bullet that was fired went through a glass door and wooden door and hit a picture frame inside her home.

Tuesday

– A Tupelo police officer reported suspects gained entry on the north side of a building on Carnation Street. Nothing was found missing.

– A South Church Street resident reported a break-in and the theft of two pack of cigarettes, a 12-pack of beer and food from the refrigerator.

– A state Highway 145 North resident reported the theft of a Super Nintendo, a man’s ring, an aquarium and a black leather jacket.

– A Barley Courts resident reported being harassed.

– A Tupelo police officer reported recovering a 1983 Pontiac that had been reported stolen.

– A North Green Street resident reported someone damaged her chain-link fence.

– A Tupelo resident reported someone used her identification card without her permission.

– A South Thomas Street resident reported the theft of a 1988 maroon Pontiac Bonneville.

– An employee of Joyner School reported someone broke out a window in the principal’s office door. A window was also broken out in one of the classrooms. Nothing was found missing.

– An employee of Custom Air Control on Carnation Street reported someone came into the business through the wall of a next-door business. The person kicked down some half-inch plywood. The suspect cut the lock on a door. Nothing was missing.

– A Glenkirk resident reported her ex-boyfriend forced her to draw money out of her account. The ex-boyfriend threatened to kill her if she did not take the money out of the account.

– An Evans Circle resident reported the theft of a wall mirror, a hair dryer and crock pot. The items may have been taken by someone who had been living with her for the last few months.

Lee Sheriff

– A County Road 295 resident reported a subject came to her home to see her son. Complainant also stated that while she was standing behind the vehicle, the car backed over her, hitting her leg and arm. After the car hit her, the woman reported the car drove off and shot back at her home.

– A Birmingham Ridge Road resident reported someone broke out the back glass on her 1988 Ford Escort.

– The pastor of Full Gospel Deliverance Center in Baldwyn reported he was letting his son drive the church’s bus to and from work. The pastor stated that when he left for the weekend, his son took the church bus and had not returned with it.

– A state Highway 6 resident reported her daughter-in-law came to her home and caused a disturbance.

– A Mooreville resident reported someone broke into her 1984 Pontiac Fiero. The person or persons also went into the house but did not take anything.

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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