Senior describes vehicle vandalism

At around 12:45 p.m. Monday, a Miami University senior reported damage to his car.

According to police reports, the red 1998 Ford was parked at 3770 Southpointe Parkway from Friday evening until Saturday afternoon.

Sometime during that time, unknown persons reportedly keyed the shape of a penis on the hood of the vehicle.

Sophomore alleges theft from mailbox

At around 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, a Miami University sophomore reported medication had been stolen from her mailbox at the entrance to her apartment building.

According to police reports, the victim had medicine mailed from home, which she never received.

The female reportedly thought the medication had been lost in the mail, and requested more medication be sent.

The victim reportedly did not receive the second package either.

The victim’s roommate also reported she never received a birthday card sent from a relative at home.

Oxford Police Department is currently investigating the incident.

Male claims car stolen from parking lot

At around 6:30 a.m. Thursday, a Miami University junior reported his Toyota 4Runner was missing from the parking lot near his residence at 101 E. Church St.

According to police reports, the victim left his doors unlocked and had a spare key inside the vehicle.

Oxford Police Department (OPD) officers later located the vehicle in the parking lot behind the Verizon building at 114 W. Church St. According to police reports, nothing was broken or damaged.

Officers were reportedly unable to get in contact with the owner of the vehicle, so it was towed to the OPD impound lot.

First-year reports bike missing uptown

At approximately 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, a Miami University first-year reported she locked her bike outside of 45 East while she was uptown.

When she returned, the bike was reportedly missing.