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Rock breaks window at off-campus house

At around 8:40 a.m. Wednesday, residents of 224 E. Church St. reported a rock was thrown through a window of the house sometime between 4 and 8 a.m.

The rock reportedly broke the double pane glass of the window and damaged a small glass pane on a door inside the house.

There are no suspects in the case.

Female pulls fire alarm at hospital

At around 5 p.m. Wednesday, a fire alarm pull station was activated at McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital for the fourth time that day.

According to police reports, hospital employees identified a female suspect who had exited the hospital and crossed the street.

The suspect, later identified as Leasa Ludy, 49, was reportedly found across the street from the hospital.

Ludy reportedly admitted to pulling the alarm twice and told officers she was upset the hospital staff refused to allow her to visit a patient in the emergency room.

According to police reports, the fire alarm caused the fire department to send an ambulance and a fire truck to the scene.

The alarm also inconvenienced staff and patients of the hospital.

Ludy was cited with inducing panic and making false alarms before she was taken to Butler County Jail.

Officers find male with head injury

At around 2 a.m. Tuesday, Oxford Police Department (OPD) officers were dispatched to 102 S. Elm St. in response to a male trying to enter the residence.

When officers arrived, they reportedly noticed a male with his face and shirt bloodied staggering toward them.

According to police reports, blood was oozing out the right side of his face and spurting from his temple.

Officers reportedly performed first aid on the male, who was later identified as a Miami University junior.

The male reportedly could not tell officers what had happened.

According to police, there was no indication the male’s injuries had been sustained at the residence.

Residents of the house reportedly told officers they were woken by the male banging on the door and they did not know him.

Around the same time, a Miami University Police Department officer reportedly noticed that the glass door to Maid-Rite Sandwich Shop had been broken.

According to police reports, officers found blood, hair and a pair of glasses at Maid-Rite.

It also reportedly appeared as though a head had gone through the glass door.

The male reportedly told officers he wore glasses and had them with him earlier in the night.

Officers also reportedly noticed a blood trail heading west from Maid-Rite, which ended at 102 S. Elm St.

The life squad reportedly transported the male to McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital.

OPD officers are continuing to investigate this incident.

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