Police Reports 3.18.14: What did that car ever do to you?

MUG SHOT OF THE DAY: Toni Owen was charged with possession of paraphernalia felony warrant/burglary and larceny. Nice hair.
MUG SHOT OF THE DAY: Toni Owen was charged with possession of paraphernalia and felony warrant/burglary and larceny. Nice hair.

People got no respect for other people’s vehicles, even if that vehicle belonged to a deceased loved one. But what would you expect from the police blotter?

Here is today’s police reports roundup from Lee County and Tupelo. Not a lot here, but enough to make you say “smh.” (For you un-hip folks, that’s Twitter shorthand for “shake my head.” I’m here to educate, people).

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Lee County Sheriff’s Department

• A County Road 1522 resident reported she was threatened.

• A woman on County Road 1205 reported a stolen or lost firearm.

• A County Road 1900 resident reported a damaged mailbox.

• A Green Tee Road resident reported items were stolen from his home.

• A man on McCullough Boulevard reported his daughter damaged her late mother’s vehicle.

• A woman on Highway 145 reported damage to her vehicle.

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Tupelo Police Department

• A driver on Washington Street was arrested on charges of driving without a driver’s license.

• A Main Street resident reported a man came to her house to see his grandmother and damaged her house when she refused.

• A driver on Forrest Street was arrested on charges of driving without a license and providing false identification.

• A man on Professional Circle reported someone broke into his vehicle.

• A woman on Front Street reported damage to her vehicle.

• An employee on North Gloster Street reported a shoplifter.

• A woman on Gloster Street reported another woman almost pepper sprayed her.

• A woman on Gloster Street reported another woman flattened the tires on her car.

• A man on Tom Watson Drive was arrested on shoplifting charges.

• A woman on Lumpkin Avenue reported she was assaulted.

• A woman on Gloster Street reported a stolen iPad.

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