The following reports were filed Wednesday, April 3, with the Tupelo police and the Lee County sheriff’s departments.
– An employee of Redd Pest Control on West Main Street reported a break-in.
– A Filgo Road resident reported running off North Veterans Boulevard, damaging her 1991 Hyundai.
– A Tupelo police officer reported arresting a man for leaving the scene of an accident. Once stopped, the officer found several pieces of stolen clothing in the man’s possession.
– A Mooreville man reported seeing a Tupelo man with two pistols. The man with the handguns was a convicted felon.
– A Rankin Boulevard Extended resident reported someone broke into his car and stole a cassette tape.
– An employee of Chisholm Realty on West Main Street reported a break-in and the theft of four cubic zirconia rings and $150 in cash.
– A Fulton resident reported losing a 9 mm semi-automatic handgun.
– An East Hill Street, Fulton, resident reported a small piece of concrete fell from a house trailer, damaging his car.
– A Route 2, Saltillo, resident reported someone broke the rear glass on her car.
– An Eckford Street resident reported finding a black 26-inch Roadmaster mountain bicycle.
– A President Avenue resident reported a break-in and the theft of a Colt .45-caliber handgun, an .870 pump-action shotgun, a gauge pump shotgun, a Browning rifle, a cordless telephone, a pager, 48 compact disks, a super Nintendo center and a stereo speaker.
– A Monument Drive resident reported an attempted break-in at her home.
– A Burnes Street resident reported being assaulted.
– A Lockridge Street resident reported being slapped, kicked and punched by a male acquaintance while at a North Green Street location.
– A Bryan Drive resident reported someone threw items stored on her back porch into her back yard.
– A Birmingham, Ala., resident reported the theft of a 1983 Cadillac. The incident occurred last month. The complainant reported letting a friend drive him to the Mall at Barnes Crossing because he was slightly intoxicated and did not have his license with him. The complainant stated his acquaintance left the mall in his vehicle and will not return it.
– A Lockridge Street resident reported being verbally threatened and harassed.
– A Tupelo police officer reported receiving a cellular phone that was reported stolen last month.
– A Marietta, Ga., resident reported someone attempted to break into his 1994 Buick car while it was parked at a North Gloster Street restaurant.
– A South Green Street restaurant reported an attempted auto burglary.
– A state Highway 348, Guntown, resident reported the theft of a gold rope bracelet, a coin ring, a .410-gauge shotgun, a gold-plated pocket watch, two pocket knives, one chain saw and a herringbone chain.
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.