Campus Police Beat (Oct. 18 to Oct. 29)

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November 2, 2007

8:59 AM

**Thursday, Oct. 18 –** Several keyboards were reported stolen from Morton Hall. They were valued at $100 each. **(1)**

p. – A student reported that a bike was stolen from the bike rack at Swem Library. The value was estimated at $150. **(2)**

p. **Friday, Oct. 19 –** A caller reported that a fire extinguisher had been set off on the third floor of Bryan Hall. **(3)**

p. **Monday, Oct. 22 –** A student reported their bike stolen from the University Center. The bike was valued at $200. **(4)**

p. – A student reported their bike stolen from the UC Terrace. The bike was valued at $450. **(4)**

p. – A student reported their car vandalized in the Zable Stadium parking lot. Damage was estimated at $800. **(5)**

p. **Tuesday, Oct. 23 –** Staff at the Young House reported that two males knocked on the door and were asking suspicious questions. The suspects were not found when police arrived to investigate.

p. – A student reported vandalism to their vehicle in the Law School parking lot. Damage was estimated at $400. **(6)**

p. – A caller reported that a college-aged male came to their door in the Botetourt Complex soliciting magazine subscriptions. The student then determined that the company represented by the male was possibly fake. Police were unable to find the male in the area. **(7)**

p. **Friday, Oct. 26 –** A student reported their bike stolen from the Daily Grind. Its value was estimated at $120. **(8)**

p. – A student reported their bike stolen from a home on Jamestown Road. The student later found the bike. **(9)**

p. **Saturday, Oct. 27 –** An individual reported that their side view mirror was torn off of their vehicle while parked on Landrum Drive. Damage was estimated at $500. **(10)**

p. – A non-student was arrested for driving under the influence at the intersection of Compton Drive and Monticello Avenue. **(11)**

p. **Sunday, Oct. 28 –** A student from Stith Hall reported that an unknown male entered his unlocked room during the night and looked around his desk, but he did not take anything. **(3)**

p. – A student from Madison Hall reported that someone came into his room and stole approximately $50 from his wallet. **(3)**

p. **Monday, Oct. 29. –** A student reported a suspicious black male following her. Officers were unable to find him. **(12)**

p. – A student reported that their bike was stolen from outside of the frats. Its value was estimated at $200. **(13)**

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