Hello, gentle, law-abiding readers. Let me take you into the weekend with another batch of police reports.
Today we learn that you really should have complete trust in someone before letting them use your shower. You should also pull over immediately for police, because “I was skeered” won’t fly. And, make sure there’s actually someone chasing you with a knife before drunk-dialing the cops.
Here we go. Have a great weekend, everybody, and stay out of jail.
Lee County Sheriff’s Office
• A Lake Piomingo woman reported she heard a vehicle pull into her driveway. When she went outside she said she saw a white female run to a white truck pulling a trailer. The woman then appeared to run under her house.
• A caller reported people trespassing at a County Road 1471 home. When deputies arrived, the woman at the home said her father owned the home. The father said she could be there but no one else. A man at the residence had active warrants and was arrested.
• A Mooreville woman reported receiving very disturbing text messages from her husband’s ex-wife.
Tupelo Police Department
• A woman reported she let a man use her shower, and while he was in her apartment he stole a $100 bill. The man said he gave her a $20 bill.
• A man was arrested for evading police after an officer attempting to initiate a traffic stop for improper equipment on North Gloster Street near Barnes Crossing. The man continued to drive into Saltillo before pulling into FMC Technologies. He said he didn’t pull over because he was scared.
• A man was arrested for two active warrants and driving with a suspended license after an officer pulled the man over on Lumpkin Avenue for driving through a stop sign at 25 miles per hour and then driving 54 miles per hour in a 30 miles-per-hour zone.
• A man was arrested for driving without a license on South Thomas Street. The man told officers he’s never had a license.
• A man was arrested for being drunk in public and causing a disturbance at the Baymont Inn.
• Officers responded to a report of a fight on Walsh Road in which the caller said he was being chased with a knife. When they arrived, the caller told them there was no knife and no fight and he was incredibly drunk. He was taken to jail for being drunk in public.
• A woman reported her wallet stolen after a friend helped her move.
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.