Female finds ‘large penis’ painted on door

Around 2 p.m. Tuesday, a female student reported that an unknown person had drawn a large penis in black paint on her front door. She said it occurred sometime overnight Saturday. There are no leads or suspects at this time.

Males follow female home, force entry

Around 2:45 a.m. Jan. 20, police were dispatched to the parking lot of an apartment complex on College Corner Pike to respond to a fight. After police resolved the issue, they were dispatched again around 3:30 a.m. to an apartment in the complex. There was a disturbance in the apartment having to do with a female student. The student was at Brick Street Bar and Grill prior to the altercation with her cousins. She and her cousins went to United Dairy Farmers when a group of people made a comment that upset them. The female and her cousins got a ride home to her apartment and the group of people who upset them followed them home. A fight broke out again in the parking lot and continued into the victim’s apartment. Two males began hitting the female so she ran into her neighbor’s apartment to seek help. When the neighbor opened the door, she immediately said to call the police. The two males followed her into that apartment and the victim continued to tell them to leave. After she repeatedly told them to leave, they left and police got the name of one of the suspects. There is now a warrant out for Aarron Mace.

Laptop found missing from fraternity house

Around 4 p.m. Monday, police were dispatched to Tallawanda Street regarding a theft. A male said between noon and 3 p.m. someone stole a Mac laptop on top of a futon in his friend’s room. He belonged to the fraternity where the laptop was stolen but was just visiting the house. He and his brothers said there were repairmen in the house the time his computer was stolen and they looked “shady.”

Woman suspects her parents in fraud case

Around 4 p.m. Wednesday, Oxford police officers met with a woman in reference to a fraud report. The victim stated that in 2007, when she lived in Gates Mills, Ohio, someone took her credit card in her name. Recently, she started receiving statements at her new residence in Oxford. The statements summed together to be $1,834.30. She has been in contact with her credit card company and Gates Mills police. She suspects that her parents might be behind this because they do not have a relationship and they are the only other ones who know her social security number.