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Published on October 25th, 2021 | by Oxford Police Department

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Four Arrested for Assault and Intent to Sell Narcotics After Gunshots Reported in The Greens Apartment Complex

On October 22, 2021, at approximately 11:38 pm, the Oxford Police Department began receiving reports of gunshots being fired in the 100 block of Shadow Creek Drive located in The Greens apartment complex. While officers were en route, they observed a vehicle leaving the area and conducted a traffic stop. Investigators arrived on scene and began interviewing the occupants while additional units began searching for evidence.  

Officers, along with members of the Lafayette County Metro Narcotics Unit, located a residence in the 100 block of Shadow Creek and determined the occupants of the vehicle, stopped by officers, were present prior to the shooting.  

Once the investigation was complete, the following arrests were made:  

Keontae Brannon, 19, of Taylor, for Aggravated Assault  

Ai’Rian Stokes, 20, of Oxford, for Aggravated Assault  

Daezhaun Johnson, 21, of Memphis, for Aggravated Assault and Possession of Schedule 1 and Schedule 2 Narcotics with Intent to Sell  

Kamron Anderson, 18, of Tupelo, for Possession of Schedule 1 and Schedule 2 Narcotics with Intent to Sell. 

All individuals were taken before a Lafayette County Justice Court judge for their initial appearance  so bonds could be set. Brannon received a $50,000 bond, but due to Brannon being out on recent felony charges, his previous bond was revoked by the court. Stokes was issued a $50,000 bond. Johnson was issued a $75,000 bond. Anderson was issued a $20,000 bond.

Kamron Anderson, 18, of Tupelo, Mississippi.
Ai’Rian Stokes, 20, of Oxford, Mississippi.
Keontae Brannon, 19, of Taylor, Mississippi.
Daezhaun Johnson, 21, of Memphis, Tennessee.
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The Oxford Police Department is housed 715 Molly Barr Road. The department has more than 70 full-time officers and staff and provides a wide range of protection and enforcement services. The Police Department has a community-oriented policing philosophy and provides around-the-clock patrols. Other services include crime prevention programs, such as Neighborhood Watch and D.A.R.E., as well as specialized units including Mounted Patrol, K-9 Unit, DUI Enforcement and the City Dispatch. Crime Reports provided to The Local Voice come directly from the Oxford Police Department.



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