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Saturday, November 1, 2014

Joey East

Alcohol sting nets 59 citations

The Oxford Police Department, along with ABC and Youth Service Division of the Attorney General’s Office investigated several Oxford stores and restaurants last night, conducting compliance checks which results in 59 citations and two charged with selling alcohol to a minor. (September 20, 2013, Page 8A)

Legal parking only

City warns motorists of zero tolerance for illegal parking on Saturday during Ole Miss Rebel’s first home football game. (September 6, 2013, Page 1A)

Whose job is it to parent our children?

A curfew for youngsters 16 and under. Set by the city. Enforced by the police. What? Editor Don Whitten takes a look at OPD Chief Joey East’s proposal and wonders where the problem really is if the government feels it needs to get involved in parenting. (September 5, 2013, Page 4)

City debates setting curfew for teens

The Oxford Board of Aldermen discussed a proposal by Oxford Police Chief Joey East to create a curfew for teens under 16 years old during their regular meeting Tuesday night. (September 4, 2013, Page 3)

City to consider curfew for youth

Oxford Police Chief Joey East will be asking the Board of Aldermen to consider a curfew for youths under the age of 16 years old at the board’s meeting at 5 this evening. (September 3, 2013, Page 1, 2)

Be safe while being kind

Local law enforcement officials warn citizens to stay safe and stay smart when dealing with people asking for money and other favors. (August 29, 2013, Page 1, 5)

OPD plans to increase speeding patrol

The Oxford Police Department will be beefing up patrols over the next several weeks in hopes to cut down on drivers speeding on Oxford’s roads. (August 28, 2013, Page 1)

Barney could be wearing red

Oxford’s old time police car, named “Barney,”  could soon have a new home with the Oxford Fire Department. (August 12, 2013, Page 1)

OPD focusing on community policing

Oxford Police Chief Joey East spoke with the Oxford Rotary Club on Tuesday about community policing.

  (July 31, 2013, Page 3)

Messy yards may result in ticket

Homeowners in Oxford will soon need to take extra care to make sure their lawns are tidy as the Oxford Police Department prepares to take over city code enforcement. OPD presented its FY 2013-14 to the Board of Aldermen Wednesday which included the addition of the new officer as well as eight new patrol cars, lapel cameras and AR-15 rifles. Read about the proposed budget from OPD and other city departments in today’s EAGLE. (July 25, 2013, Page 1)

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