YCSD archive: Break-in incident report
On January 18, 2001, a 911 caller reported a break-in at at residence at 311 Elm Street.
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INCIDENT / ARREST REPORT
Yoknapatawpha County Sheriff's Department
711 Jackson Avenue
Oxford, MS 38655
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REPORTING OFFICER'S NARRATIVE(Brief narrative of the facts surrounding the offense and the arrest.)
At the above date and time, R/O was dispatched to 311 Elm Street in Oxford, Mississippi, a residential structure, in reference to a possible housebreaking and/or residential burglary at that location.
R/O was greeted upon arrival by Melissa Hammond (Person 1) who related in summary that she noticed her back door was broken when she arrived home from work. Hammond further related that, at this time, she did not believe anything was stolen from the residence.
An investigation by R/O revealed that toolmarks were apparent between the door and door frame of the rear entrance to the residence near the door lock, damaging the lock itself.
R/O telephoned CSU from the scene and spoke with James McManus. Based on information from McManus, R/O advised Hammond that a CSU technician will arrive tomorrow morning to take the door lock as evidence.
Hammond related that her father would be coming by in the morning to replace the door lock. Hammond was isntructed not to remove the lock or repair the door until CSU arrives in the morning.
Hammond was further advised to notify the YCSD within 24 hours if any property has been stolen.
Case referred to Property Crimes Division Detective Greg Reade for further review.
| //Maria Richards