January 12, 2022

Oxford Crime Roundup: cyberstalkings, thefts

Mary Apel

H. Russell

On January 3rd, 2022, the Oxford Police Department took a walk-in report about money being stolen from a checking account. After investigation, Hannah Russell, 27, of Oxford, was charged with 27 counts of Credit Card Fraud.

Russell was taken into custody on January 6th and issued a $5,000 bond by a Lafayette County Justice Court judge.

S. Williams

In July of 2021, the Oxford Police Department took multiple reports of harassment via phone calls and text messages. The reporting parties did not know the individual that was calling and sending them messages.

After investigation, OPD investigators issued a warrant for Stacy Williams, 45, of Michigan City, MS, on July 23rd. Williams was charged with 3 counts of Cyberstalking.

Williams was arrested by another agency and was transported to the Lafayette County Detention Center on January 5th, 2022. A Lafayette County Justice Court judge issued Williams a $3,500 bond.

 


On December 30th, 2021, the Oxford Police Department responded to a burglary in progress near a business at the North Lamar and Molly Barr intersection. After investigation, Kameron Lovelace, 22, of Abbeville, was charged with Commercial Burglary.

A Lafayette County Justice Court judge issued Lovelace a $2,500 bond.

D. Karr

On January 3rd, 2022, the Oxford Police Department took a report of a vehicle being stolen from the hospital parking lot. The vehicle was located on January 5th in Lafayette County. With the help of the Lafayette County Sheriff’s Department, OPD investigators were able to secure the truck and take Dennis Karr, 58, of Oxford into custody on a charge of Auto Theft.
Karr was issued a $2,000 bond by a Lafayette County Justice Court judge.

T. Bush

On December 20th, 0221, the Oxford Police Department responded to Davis Drive for a welfare concern. Torric Bush, 37, of Oxford, was making threats towards individuals via phone Facebook Live and text messages.
Upon investigation, Bush was taken into custody for Cyberstalking on December 29th. A Lafayette County Justice Court judge issued Bush a $5,000 bond.

 

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