Oxford police respond to domestic dispute, thefts


The Oxford Police Department received many calls this week, including multiple thefts, domestic violence and unruly behavior. 

At 10 a.m. May 22, police were called by management at AutoZone in response to someone super-gluing the front door lock the night prior. OPD stated there are currently no suspects. 

At 3:41 p.m. May 22, O’Reilly Auto Parts reported theft by an employee of $39.96 worth of items. The employee was summoned to court for theft. 

At 5:23 p.m. May 23, police were dispatched to Foxfire Drive to a call of an active fight. Upon arrival, police learned that a resident had sent a video of herself destroying belongings of her ex-boyfriend. The ex-boyfriend and his current partner went to her house to retrieve the items. According to police, she physically hit the current partner and choked the ex shortly after they arrived at her residence. The ex-girlfriend was arrested for domestic violence, assault and strangulation. 

On May 28, police responded to reports of items stolen from unlocked cars on South Main and South Locust streets.