Mexico Public Safety reports the arrest of 28 year old Oakley R. Rudd on Saturday for DWI and leaving the scene of an accident.
37 year old Amber N. Gipson was arrested on Saturday for third degree domestic assault.
51 year old Terell O. Hoffman was arrested on Saturday for an Audrain County warrant.
CALLS FOR SERVICE:
Mexico Public Safety responded to the following calls for service over the weekend starting on Friday, May 13th:
Suspicious activity at West Breckenridge.
A careless and imprudent driver at East Liberty/Highway 54 Bypass and on the corner of West Love and Missouri.
A stealing or theft at Hardin Park and at the South Park apartment building.
A burglary in progress at Springdale Court and Omar.
A fight in progress at Teal Lake Park.
An intoxicated person driving on South Calhoun.
Mexico Public Safety went to the following calls for service on Saturday.
Property damage at North Alabama.
A stealing or theft on Fairground Road and East Whitley and at the corner of East Bolivar and Trinity.
Trespassing at South Clark.
A domestic physical incident on Quantico Road.
A suicidal subject at the North Wade apartment building.
Property damage on West Monroe and at the West Breckenridge apartment building.
A stolen vehicle on South Trinity.
Mexico Public Safety went responded to the following calls for service yesterday (Sunday):
An intoxicated person driving at the corner of East Holt and Bass.
A fight in progress at Cleveland/MacFarlane.
A report of child endangerment on Marine Drive.
An assault with no injuries at Bennington.
A runaway juvenile on Quantico Road.
Mexico Public Safety responded to a two car accident at 1618 Fairground Road on Saturday.
According to the accident report it happened when the front driver’s side of a vehicle driven by 28 year old Oakley R. Rudd of Mexico hit the rear passenger side of a vehicle driven by 31 year old Nathan A. Head of Mexico.
Rudd fled in his vehicle onto Rosebud and was found in front of a 1305 Rosebud where he was arrested for DWI and leaving the scene of an accident.
No injuries were reported.
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