Crime Blotter (11/4 -11/11)

By Rebecca Sikarev | November 14, 2022


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Nov. 4 - UPD responded to a report of an individual being threatened of having their private, intimate photos exposed on social media. The investigation is still ongoing.

Nov. 5 - UPD responded to a report of fraudulent credit card charges being posted to an account.

Nov. 7- UPD responded to a report of a larceny at Empire Commons Roadways. The investigation remains ongoing.

Nov. 9- UPD responded to a report of campus property being damaged at Dutch Quad, Ten Eyck Hall.

Nov. 10- UPD took a report of an incident on identity theft when an individual assumed another person’s identity to obtain goods.

Nov. 11 - UPD responded to a report of aggravated, unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle at Washington Avenue Roadways.

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