Saturday, January 27, 2018

Teens party in foreclosed home, three arrested

Teens party with alcohol, drugs in vacant homeYoknapatawpha County Sheriff's officers responding to a disturbance call arrested three teenagers on multiple charges last night.

At about 11:00 p.m., the Sheriff's Department was notified that several people were causing a disturbance at an unoccupied house in the 200 block of Sivley Street in Oxford.

Officers detained eight people at the scene, including five minors. All reside nearby and claimed to have the permission of the property owner to be there. Court records show the property is owned by Bancorp South.

A 17-year-old male was arrested on charges of underage possession of alcohol and public intoxication. 

A 17-year-old female was arrested for obstructing a police officer. 

A 16-year-old male was arrested for possession of small amounts of marijuana and ketamine.

The other minors were released to the custody of their parents.

The Sheriff's Department said the residence sustained only minimal damage but said additional charges against all involved are pending.

By Oxford Weekly Planet News at 2:00 PM

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Huh, now this is interesting. The 200 block block of Sivley Street is where Dwight lives, and one of the kids was arrested for possession of ketamine. At this point, I don't think Dwight was responsible for Veronica's death, but it's looking...

Huh, now this is interesting. The 200 block block of Sivley Street is where Dwight lives, and one of the kids was arrested for possession of ketamine. At this point, I don't think Dwight was responsible for Veronica's death, but it's looking more and more likely he was still up to something illegal. Maybe those "Minute quantities of drugs are sometimes misplaced or misreported and are thus unaccounted for" have actually been slowly and systematically taken out of the hospital and given to kids on the street? Maybe Veronica found out and that's one of those "secrets" Dwight was talking about. Hmm...

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You may be on too something, but is this too complicated (like real life)? KISS?
Or does his show that Ketamine is a common drug on the streets of Oxford...for anyone to buy?

 
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You may be on to something, but is this too complicated...
(Yikes! It's late!)

 
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I am presuming they were questioned. Did they identify any of the cast of characters as having approached any of them to buy ketamine. Were the finger prints compared? I'm not thinking that any of these three were the perpetrators, but was that...

I am presuming they were questioned. Did they identify any of the cast of characters as having approached any of them to buy ketamine. Were the finger prints compared? I'm not thinking that any of these three were the perpetrators, but was that checked?
This basically tells us that Special K is a popular and wide spread drug. Were any of the dealers known to the vice detectives prints (I have NO idea where the possessive apostrophe should go! Yikes!) checked? Or is this just background 'clutter'? "Distraction"?...

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