Hey hey hey, dear people. Time for the final police reports of the week.
What we learned today: some people don’t know when to scram, it’s possible to steal a 14-foot trampoline, and jumping a fence to pet a neighbor’s dog maybe isn’t the brightest idea.
Here we go!
Lee County Sheriff’s Office
• A Highway 178 woman reported her stepson will not stay away from her residence. He has been coming over since her husband died and tries to take items.
• A Highway 371 man reported someone took a Ruger handgun from his vehicle.
• A County Road 1130 woman reported someone took her 14-foot trampoline from her yard.
• A Carr Vista woman reported someone took out a window screen to gain access to her shop. She didn’t notice anything missing.
• A Drive 1289 woman reported parking her car to buy groceries and then looking outside and seeing it on fire.
• A Highway 178 East man reported a woman has been threatening to kill him and burn his house.
• A Hayes Drive woman reported a man who previously dated her daughter has been stopping in front of her house and causing problems.
Tupelo Police Department
• A Pemberton Street man reported he jumped his neighbor’s fence to pet their dog. When he did so the dog bit him. The dog was taken to the Tupelo-Lee Humane Society for observation.
• Officers were dispatched to the intersection of Cliff Gookin Boulevard and South Thomas Street for the report of a car crashing into pole. There was no car crash but a man on scene reported being hit by a vehicle.
• Two Plumrose employees reported getting into a altercation at work.
• A Kirksy Circle woman reported finding a bullet hole in the right from quarter panel of her car. She reported hearing about five gunshots while in her home.
• A man was arrested for outstanding warrants. Officers performed a welfare check on his Parkwood Street home after someone in the residence called 911 and hung up.
• A man was arrested for attempting to take a security camera system valued at $69 and $22.99 worth of batteries from Radio Shack.
• A woman reported one of her family members is using her social security number when being stopped by police.
• A homeless man was arrested for vagrancy and being drunk in public after police found him setting up camp near Traceland Drive. He had been told previously to set up his tent somewhere else.
• A woman was arrested for DUI after police saw her drive into several parked cards on East Main Street.
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.