CRIME REPORTS: Friday July 9, 2021 | New

The following people were held at Lee-Tupelo County Adult Jail on felony charges ending at 11 a.m. Thursday.

Tommy Arnold, 39, with no address listed, was arrested by the Baldwyn Police Department for possession of a gun by a criminal, without insurance.

Aubrey Coltharp, 35, of New Albany, was arrested by the Tupelo Police Department in possession of a Schedule II drug.

Jayme Goff, 35, with no listed address, was arrested by the Lee County Sheriff’s Office in possession of a designer drug.

Reginald Jones, 30, with no address given, was arrested by the Tupelo Police Department on a shoplifting offense.

Clarence McCoy ,. 47, no address listed, was arrested by the Lee County Sheriff’s Office, possession of a gun by a criminal.

Antwan Patton, 35, of Tupelo, was arrested by the Tupelo Police Department on charges of criminal possession of marijuana, possession of a Schedule II drug.

Seth Aaron Stanley, 33, with no address provided, was arrested by the Tupelo Police Department for possession of methamphetamine.

Patricia Woffard, 30, of Vardaman, was arrested by Shannon Police Department for aggravated assault, common assault, malicious mischief.

Lee County Sheriff’s Office

The following reports were filed Tuesday by the Lee County Sheriff’s Office.

A Mooreville company said an unknown man in black clothes and red shoes attempted to break into the slot machines at the car wash, air compressor and vacuum cleaner. The suspect also smashed an office window and damaged all of the video cameras.

A man said he was driving on Highway 371 around 10:30 p.m. when his car ran out of gas. Since he was so close to home, he pulled the car off the side of the road and left it with the key in the ignition. When it returned at 7:15 a.m. the next morning, the 2007 Jeep Liberty was gone. The car was involved in a hit and run and the Tupelo police had it towed away.

A woman from Plantersville County Road 1149 said there were two aggressive dogs roaming the neighborhood, chasing cars, biting tires and chasing people. She said the dog loaded her up today as she walked to her mailbox.

One owner said he was threatened and physically assaulted by a man who rented a trailer and bought him a car. The suspect is making partial payments on the car and was behind on the rent. The man went to the Dollar General where the suspect’s girlfriend works and she paid the rent. The suspect got angry because the man called his girlfriend over. He slapped the man in the face and told him not to come back to the store to try to collect money.

A man said his car was parked outside Ashley Furniture in the Saltillo Industrial Park. Someone backed up in their car, damaging the right front bumper.

A man from 1325 Tupelo County Road has allowed a 33-year-old man to live with him while the suspect works in the residence. He said the suspect stole several things from him. The last thing missing is his Ruger 9mm pistol.

A woman from County Road 111 Shannon said a man was driving a golden Chevy Tahoe at high speed and recklessly on his road. She tried to wave at the driver. He didn’t slow down and almost hit her.

A woman from County Road 1057 Auburn heard noises that sounded like someone walking past her house at around 9 p.m. The deputies responded and found nothing abnormal.

A woman from Booneville said the father of her child was harassing her. She said he had stopped behind her, passed her and then braked, causing her to collapse. She went to Mooreville One Stop and was on the phone with 911 when he “came out acting like a maniac”.

A Birmingham Ridge Road man said an unknown woman entered his property around 11:30 p.m. and asked to be taken down the road. The woman told MPs she was driving with a friend when her vehicle ran out of gas. As she had an injured foot, the deputies took her home. The abandoned vehicle was on the roadway and was towed away.

A State Park Road woman said after midnight a car entered her driveway and then exited. The car then pulled into the neighbor’s driveway and turned off its lights. She thought it was suspicious and called 911.

Anyone with information on any of these crimes is urged to call the Lee County Sheriff’s Office at 841-9041, the Tupelo Police Department at 841-6491 or Crime Stoppers of Northeast Mississippi at (800) 773-TIPS.

The following reports were filed on Wednesday by the Tupelo Police Department

A Popeye employee said a man walked through the drive-thru with a railing in the back of his pickup truck. The railing struck and damaged the drive-thru awning. The driver refused to give his name and information to the restaurant.

A Willie Moore Road property manager said a man was knocking on people’s doors at 8:30 a.m. and looking into parked cars.

A woman from Chesterville Road said someone stole her town-issued trash.

A woman was driving down Interstate 22 and passing a car in the left lane. Someone came up behind her and climbed onto her bumper. When she was able to pull into the right lane, the other car pulled up beside her and the driver pointed a gun at her. The other car then stopped in front of her and braked. She said the other driver did the same with an 18 wheeler.

A man said he left his wallet on the deli counter inside the West Main Kroger. When he discovered the error and returned to it, the wallet was missing.

A woman from Muffi Lane said someone stole her city-issued trash. She needed a police report to get a replacement.

A Scruggs employee said a woman tried to leave the store without paying for two $ 30 shirts. She was detained by police and cited for shoplifting.

A Holmes Street woman said an acquaintance was threatening her via text message. She said her son was dating the other woman’s daughter.

A woman from Beasley Drive heard a loud noise around 11 p.m. When she checked, someone had smashed a window on the south side of the house.

A woman from East Drive Belden said while out of town someone broke into her car and stole prescription drugs and a Fossil wallet containing credit cards and $ 100 in cash.

A woman from Monument Drive said two people broke into her apartment after midnight and assaulted her. One of them hit her with a bottle of beer. At one point during the fight, they broke her phone so she couldn’t call 911.

A Tupelo Parks & Rec employee said someone vandalized the men’s and women’s washrooms at the Eastwood softball complex on Veterans Boulevard.

A Crosstown Walgreen employee said a homeless man walked in and took candy from the shelf in the bathroom. The employees found the empty packaging in the trash. The man also drank a Powerade but left before the police arrived. Upon his return three hours later, the police arrested him and charged him with shoplifting.

A woman from Greenside Drive spoke to a company via LinkedIn about work involving artwork. They sent him a cashier’s check for $ 2,617.39. She neither endorsed nor cashed the check, believing it to be a scam.

A woman from Feemster Lake Road and her husband got into an argument around midnight. When he got out, she locked him up. He got angry and kicked the door, damaging the frame.