George Mason Law School

Police Beat (April 6)

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April 6, 2007

4:04 PM

**Tuesday, March 27 —** A student reported larceny on Landrum Drive at 3:20 p.m., after a bike with an estimated value of $25 was stolen. **(1)**

p. —An annoying phone call was reported in Taylor Building at 4:05 p.m. **(2)**

p. —Larceny was reported outside of Unit C after a bicycle, estimated value $100, was stolen at 6:45 p.m. **(3)**

p. —A noise complaint was reported at the Sunken Gardens at 11:59 p.m. **(4)**

p. **Wednesday, March 28—** At Landrum Hall, a student reported larceny for items estimated at a $72 value. **(1)**

p. **Thursday, March 29 —** At 11:22 a.m., a student reported larceny outside of Spotswood Hall, where a bicycle estimated $300 in value was stolen. **(5)**

p. —Outside Unit C, a student reported a case of larceny after a punching bag with an estimated value of $60 was stolen. **(3)**

p. —Another case of larceny, reported by a student outside Zable Stadium, involved a cell phone and pair of pants being stolen, with an estimated total value of $240. **(6)**

p. —At 11:07 p.m., a report of vandalism of the bamboo forest near the Crim Dell was filed. **(7)**

p. —At the Ludwell Apartments, a computer incident was reported at 2:58 p.m. **(8)**

p. —There was a stolen property offense reported on Ukrop Drive after a parking decal was stolen at 4:09pm. **(9)**

p. **Saturday, March 31 —** A student was arrested at 1:45 a.m. on James Blair Drive for being drunk in public. **(10)**

p. —A report of vandalism was filed at 4:43 p.m. after a vehicle was damaged, estimating $700 in damage, outside Unit E in the Fraternity Complex. **(3)**

p. **Sunday, April 1 —** A student reported larceny of two credit cards and cash, estimated value of $50, outside the Fraternity Complex. **(3)**

—A student reported a stolen bicycle with an estimated value of $300 outside Tucker Hall at 7:54 p.m. **(11)**

p. **Monday, April 2 —** A student reported larceny outside Pleasants Hall when a bicycle, estimated $25, was stolen. **(12)**

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