The following reports were filed Thursday with the Tupelo Police Department and Tuesday through Thursday with the Lee County Sheriff’s Department.
– A Belden resident reported the theft of a billfold.
– An employee of Judy Ready Studio on West Main Street reported a break-in and the theft of a Sony jam box.
– An Ann Circle resident reported the theft of a payroll check, a W-2 form, and a book of checks.
– A Wesley Cove, Saltillo, resident reported her windshield was damaged by a rock from a passing dump truck.
– A Tupelo police officer reported making a traffic stop on Willie Moore Road at the Mitchell Road intersection. The officer searched the car and found marijuana.
– An employee of Second Wind on West Main Street reported the shoplifting of a wind suit.
– An employee of J.C. Penney in the Mall at Barnes Crossing reported the shoplifting attempt of a a pair of Nike sport socks. A suspect was caught.
– A County Road 843, Saltillo, resident reported someone broke into his car while it was parked at a South Gloster Street location. A wallet, a pair of pants, a book bag and a belt were taken.
– A County Road 783, Saltillo, resident reported an unwanted man at his home. The man had repeatedly come to the house to ask about a radio.
– A Route 1, Tupelo, resident reported a stray dog had been tearing up his garbage.
– A Butler Road resident reported a trespassing.
– An employee of Pizza Inn Express in Mooreville reported someone drove off without paying for $7.05 in gasoline.
– A Route 1, Plantersville, resident reported his wife was asleep downstairs when she heard the burglar alarm go off and saw someone run from the house.
– A County Road 506 resident reported someone shot her small dog. Her children were reportedly in the yard at the time of the incident.
– A County Road 901 resident reported someone ran into his mailbox.
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.