Police Reports 3.19.14: Ma’am, just put down the Glade

MUG SHOT OF THE DAY: Nathaniel Williams was arrested today and faces three charges of robbing a church. Bond is set at $20,000.
MUG SHOT OF THE DAY: Nathaniel Williams was arrested today and faces three charges of robbing a church. Bond is set at $20,000. Nice neck tat, bro.

While yesterday’s police reports might have been lacking, today’s more than make up for it. SO MUCH WACKNESS.

I can’t really pick out a favorite, although I’m tempted to go with the guy who got busted for cutting through parking lots to avoid traffic lights, because I NEVER see jackwads get pulled over for doing that. OH COOL YOU SAVED YOURSELF 19 SECONDS TRY NOT TO HIT A GAS PUMP OR SMALL CHILD.

Other favorites:

• the guy whose music was so loud he couldn’t hear the cop’s siren

• the person who went crazy with a fire extinguisher

• the “unwanted guest” at Walmart

• the guy who had 15 empty Bud Light margarita cans in his car (deserves jail time just for drinking that crap)

• Glade used as a dangerous weapon

• the “friend” who stole a man’s wallet (lot of stolen wallets lately)

So here are the best of today’s police reports from Tupelo and Lee County.

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Lee County Sheriff’s Office

• A State Park Road woman reported a man came to her house and began pulling her hair and making threats.

• A Saltillo woman reported a woman has repeatedly called and texted threatening messages to her. The suspect has also shown up at the woman’s residence uninvited.

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Tupelo Police Department

• A man was arrested for an outstanding warrant after being pulled over for driving without headlights on Eason Boulevard.

• A woman reported someone damaged the mailbox at her Garfield Street business.

• A woman was arrested for attempting to shoplift 18 items totaling $188.04 in value from the West Main Street Walmart. A loss prevention employee told police the woman was with three other women who fled the store.

• A man was arrested for DUI and open container violation after being pulled over for almost running a reserve police officer off the road.

• A woman reported her wallet stolen from a friend’s Lockridge Street home.

• A Fawn Drive man reported his wallet stolen from his unlocked vehicle.

• A woman reported her wallet stolen from McAlister’s on South Gloster Street

• A Cash To Go employee reported a customer, who asked to use the store’s bathroom, stole money from her purse and tried to steal money from the store.

• A Kirklands employee reported someone stole her wallet and cell phone from her purse, which was placed under a desk in the store’s back room.

• A woman reported someone broke the gate on the fence of her newly purchased home and then entered the back door and discharged a fire extinguisher all over the home.

• A man was arrested for DUI, blowing a .23-percent breath alcohol concentration, and open container violation after being pulled over for driving recklessly on North Gloster Street.

• A woman reported the woman dating her baby’s father assaulted her at the South Gloster Street Chevron.

• A man was arrested for an outstanding warrant after he was reported as an unwanted guest at a West Main Street apartment.

• A man was arrested for driving with a suspended license and an active warrant after he was pulled over for repeatedly hitting his breaks and driving well under the speed limit on South Thomas Street.

• A man was arrested for DUI and open container violation after being pulled over for speeding on Coley Road. When asked if he had any open containers or had been drinking he repeatedly said no but upon searching the vehicle, 15 empty Bud Light margarita cans were found.

• A man reported his nephew stole his iPhone 4.

• Ichiban employees reported two men paid $14 of their $44 check and then walked out of the restaurant.

• A man was arrested on North Gloster Street DUI after being pulled over for cutting through parking lots to avoid stop lights.

• A man was arrested for disorderly conduct after officers responded to a disturbance call on Monument Drive. They arrived to hear loud shouting from an apartment and were let into the apartment by a crying child who pointed them to the back room where the man was yelling at another person. He was ordered to calm down but resisted and became aggressive with the reporting officer.

• A man was arrested for driving with a suspended license after he was pulled over on West Main Street for having excessively loud music. The officer reported triggering his siren to get the attention of the man while stopped next to him at an intersection, and the man couldn’t hear the siren over his music.

• A woman reported her boyfriend pulled a gun on her while they were arguing in his car. Once they got to their destination, he punched her in the face. She ran from the car and tripped in the driveway where he kicked her and hit her with his belt. She ran inside, locked the door and called the police.

• A man reported a friend stole his wallet while they were at a Lawndale Drive residence.

• A man was arrested for being drunk in public after officers responded to a large noisy crowd at the All American Inn.

• A woman reported her wallet stolen out of her purse while at Stagg’s Carpet Store.

• A man reported someone hit his car and fled the scene while it was parked on South Gloster Street.

• A woman was arrested for attempting to shoplift $30.21 in cosmetics from the West Main Street Walmart. Loss Prevention employees reported she has been stopped for shoplifting three times but was always released to family because of her age.

• A man reported he was going to see his daughter when his son’s mother pulled in front of him on Walsh Road and stopped. She then got out of the car, walked to his car, pulled out his earphones and began hitting him. She opened the door and pulled him down. She then ran to her car to get her knife. He attempted to leave and she threw a can of Glade at his truck, breaking the back glass.

• A woman reported leaving her purse on her car parked on Beasley Drive and when she returned, $200 was taken.

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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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