Crime Blotter (4/8-4/14)

By Samantha Simmons | April 18, 2022


April 8 - Multiple reports of graffiti at Draper Hall and the Physics Building were taken by University Police. Both reports were made by an unknown subject and the investigations are ongoing.


April 9 - While on patrol, University Police encountered three subjects operating a campus vehicle without permission near the PE Complex. They were referred to Campus Judicial and the investigation is ongoing.


April 10 - University Police took a report from an individual of damage to their property from an unknown subject in the Dutch Quad lot. An affidavit of ownership was completed, and the investigation is ongoing.


April 11 - During a traffic stop in the Dutch Quad lot, University Police encountered a non-student subject operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. University Police arrested the subject, and the case remains open.


April 12 - While assisting an individual with a property damage report for an auto accident on Washington Avenue, UPD found them to be operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. The individual was arrested and the case remains open.


April 13 - University Police took a report of property stolen by an unknown subject at Indigenous Quad in Onondaga Hall. An affidavit of ownership was completed, and the investigation remains ongoing.


April 14 - UPD officers received an aggravated harassment with physical contact call, located in the Indigenous Quad cafeteria. The investigation is ongoing.



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