Crime Blotter: June 28- July 2

| July 5, 2016

The following reflects arrests, calls for service and incidents responded to by the UNC Charlotte campus Police and Public Safety Department. Incident dates run from June 28- July 2.

For more information on Mecklenburg County arrests, visit the Mecklenburg County Arrest Inquiry.

Accident

June 28

  • Burson Building, driver of vehicle one struck a metal stanchion while attempting to enter a gated area in a golf cart.

June 30

  • Lot 8, while exiting the parking lot, a school bus struck the gate. No injuries were reported.
  • Lot 29, officer took a report regarding a hit and run.

July 1

  • Mary Alexander Road, while driving straight on Mary Alexander towards Van Landingham Road, driver of vehicle one struck a cement pillar and lost control. The passenger in the vehicle was taken to the Carolinas Medical Center. The driver was given a field sobriety test and arrested for driving while intoxicated.

July 2

  • Alumni Way, while attempting to turn left from the walkway of Scott Hall towards Alumni Way, driver of vehicle one struck a bench. No injuries were reported.

Arrest

June 30

  • Student Union, individual was arrested for second degree trespassing.

Larceny

June 30

  • Atkins Library, unknown person(s) removed victim’s cell phone which was left unsecured in a public area.
  • Holshouser Hall, unknown person removed the victim’s items which were left unsecured in a secure area.

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Nick Cropper is the News Editor for the Niner Times. Currently, he is a senior pursuing a major in PR and a minor in journalism. Although he has lived in Charlotte for close to four years now, he is originally from Maryland. Contact him at news@ninertimes.com for questions or if you want to pitch a potential story.

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Nick Cropper is the News Editor for the Niner Times. Currently, he is a senior pursuing a major in PR and a minor in journalism. Although he has lived in Charlotte for close to four years now, he is originally from Maryland. Contact him at news@ninertimes.com for questions or if you want to pitch a potential story.