Police Beat (April 10 to April 17)

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April 21, 2007

12:50 PM

**Tuesday, April 10 —** A burglary was reported at the Matoaka construction site. The construction manager reported stolen tools and a break-in of the electrical room. **(1)**

p. — An officer was dispatched to the parking garage to investigate a report of a stolen license plate with an estimated value of $25. **(2)**

p. **Wednesday, April 11 —** A female student in Jamestown reported receiving a suspicious e-mail. The incident was related to four other cases and was turned over to investigators. **(3)**

p. **Thursday, April 12 —** A projector was stolen from Tucker Hall. The investigating officer estimated its worth at $1,500. **(4)**

p. — Vandalism was reported for a broken theater sign at PBK with an approximate value of $40. **(5)**

p. — Vandalism was reported by an RA, who said he had found a screen in Preston that had been spray-painted. An officer who came to the scene estimated damage of $30. **(6)**

p. — A staff member reported damage to her parked vehicle at the Rec Center. Investigating officer estimated the damage at $1,500. **(7)**

p. — A caller from Chandler Hall reported that two white males stole her doormat. Estimated cost was $20, but then student called back stating the item was found. **(8)**

p. **Friday, April 13 —** A noise complaint was reported in Jamestown North, but by the time an officer arrived at Jamestown all was quiet. **(3)**

p. — A noise complaint was reported by a Williamsburg police officer who heard loud music coming from Brown Hall. The police officer investigating the incident asked that the music be terminated. **(9)**

p. **Saturday, April 14 —** A bus driver reported three subjects walking toward the Commons; one was intoxicated. An officer was dispatched, who arrestcd the student for being drunk in public and underage possession. **(10)**

p. — A student was arrested for being drunk in public near William and Mary Hall. A bond hearing was refused due to the behavior of the subject. **(11)**

p. — Vandalism was reported in the Sunken Garden. A Delta Phi brother stated that one of his brothers noticed spray paint on the grass in the Sunken Garden near the Crim Dell. The spray paint included an expletive directed at Delta Phi. A unit was dispatched. **(12)**

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