Good evening, friends (and any enemies who might be reading this). We have just a few police reports to share today, but there are some good ones that show us, once again, how unwise it is to trust people with your possessions.
Also, the Barley Court Apartments complex continues to provide us with good material. Enjoy.
Lee County Sheriff’s Office
• A Mooreville man reported a man came to his house and said he had to take his trailer and its contents to the crime lab to be checked for fingerprints. The man took the trailer and has not returned it and won’t say where it is.
• A Drive 984 woman reported two girls in the apartment next door were arguing and keeping her awake.
Tupelo Police Department
• A woman went to the police station to report damage to her vehicle. She said someone in a red Ford side-swiped her vehicle near the ambulance entrance of the North Mississippi Medical Center.
• A woman went to the police station to report Friday night, around 11:30 p.m., a woman threatened her, so she drove to the Lee County Sheriff’s Office. The woman followed her and broke both tail lights out of her vehicle.
• An Ida Street man reported an acquaintance of his stole his white iPhone 5. The man knocked on his door and asked to borrow his phone. Once he was handed the phone, he ran off with it.
• A woman was arrested for open container violation and driving with a suspended license after being pulled over for driving without a seat belt.
• A woman was arrested for shoplifting six bracelets, valued at $38.94, from Spencer’s at The Mall at Barnes Crossing.
• A woman was arrested for outstanding warrants when police responded to a disturbance call at Barley Court Apartments. While being escorted to the patrol car she attempted to jerk away from the arresting officer and was charged with disorderly conduct. A second woman was arrested for failing to cooperate with officers when she yelled at responding officers and would not place her hands on the vehicle.
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.