Seve turns self in to city police

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April 8, 2008

3:09 AM

Andrew Seve ’10 turned himself in to Williamsburg Police late Friday afternoon for a traffic-related violation, Williamsburg Police Lieutenant Greg Riley told The Flat Hat. The arrest was not drug or violence related.

Last week, several attempts were made to apprehend Seve. The first took place Wednesday night at the Wren 10 performance of the Stairwells, an a capella group of which Seve is a part. Although police attempted to block off the exits, they were unable to apprehend Seve.

On Thursday, police entered Seve’s economics class during an exam and compared mugshots to students in an attempt to identify Seve, who was not in class that day. That night, police also showed up to a UCAB Homebrew event at which Seve was performing, but he had left the stage by the time they arrived.

Williamsburg Deputy Police Chief Dave Sloggie could not be reached for comment Monday afternoon. Campus police officials were also unavailable for comment.

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