Police Reports 3.13.14: That’s a smokin’ outfit … no, seriously

Hey there, citizens. It’s time again for another episode of Police Reports, starring people with some serious issues. I mean, we’ve all got issues, but we don’t all fire arrows at residences or burn our daughters’ clothes or steal things out of baby strollers.

Behold, today’s reports from Tupelo and Lee County. (On the first one, I’m thinking maybe Daryl Dixon was in town chasing down zombies? Maybe?)

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Lee County Sheriff’s Office

• A Blue Springs man reported someone has been shooting arrows at his house.

• A Tupelo woman reported someone came to her house and started an argument about a horse she is caring for.

• A Baldwyn woman reported her father took her clothes out of her car and set them on fire.

• A County Road 101 man reported someone took his Lee County Solid Waste garbage can.

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Tupelo Police Department

• A man was arrested for outstanding warrants after he was reported for causing a disturbance at Tellini’s.

• A woman reported she was at the four-way stop at West Jackson and Robbins streets when a man backed his vehicle into hers. He said he didn’t want the cops called and left.

• South Park Manor residents reported seeing a man fire several gunshots during a dispute.

• A Monument Drive woman reported her boyfriend broke her window when she asked him to leave.

• A woman reported being pushed down at an Enoch Avenue residence. The owner of the residence told officers he had asked the woman to leave his residence.

• A woman reported her wallet stolen from her baby stroller at The Mall at Barnes Crossing.

• A woman reported her wallet was stolen form the counter of Magic Wok at The Mall at Barnes Crossing while she was ordering food.

• A woman reported her iPhone 5S was stolen from the counter of Little Caesar’s Pizza.

• A woman reported her ex-boyfriend came to her house and assaulted her and stole her purse after she tried to take him to the store to buy cigarettes.

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Anyone with information on any of these crimes is urged to call the Lee County Sheriff’s Office at (662) 841-9041 or Crime Stoppers at (800) 773-TIPS.

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