Crime Blotter

By Sophia Schultz | September 13, 2021


August 27 - University Police took a report of anti-vax sticker postings placed by two unknown male subjects on campus property. Stickers were not placed on approved areas and were not affiliated with the University. The investigation is still ongoing and any information on the subjects should be reported to UPD.


September 1 - An alarm was activated at Paine Hall on Colonial Quad without cause.


September 3 - University Police responded to a burglary on Freedom Quad. The domestic issue is still active as one non-student subject was arrested.


September 3 - Intimate photos of individuals were being circulated on social media. University Police are still investigating the issue.


September 4 - An employee at Pine Hills convenience store was arrested for selling alcohol to a 17-year-old. The employee has been charged with one count of Unlawfully Dealing with a Child 1st for providing alcoholic beverages to an individual under the age of 21. The employee could face up to a year in prison along with three years of probation.


September 4 - University Police took a report of grand larceny from Indigenous Quad of unlawful charges of over $1000 posted to an account.



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