Police Blotter: Reports filed April 15 through April 21

| April 24, 2017

The following are reports of criminal and other incidents responded to by the UNC Charlotte campus Police & Public Safety from April 15 through April 21.

Accident

April 18

  • Lot 25 – Officer took a report of a hit and run.

April 21

  • East Deck Two – While backing, driver of vehicle 1 struck vehicle two. Vehicle two was backing into a parking spot. No injuries were reported.
  • Lot 19 – Officer took a report of a hit and run.
  • Lot 16 – While turning right to leave the parking lot, driver of vehicle one  struck vehicle two. No injuries were reported
  • Lot 23 – While backing, driver of vehicle one struck vehicle two. No injuries were reported.
  • Cameron Boulevard – Driver of vehicle one struck a vehicle on University City Boulevard. Driver of vehicle one then came onto campus, struck and knocked down a light pole and hit a tree. Driver of vehicle one was arrested by CMPD. No injuries were reported.

Arrest

April 21

  • CRI Deck – Subject was arrested for an active warrant.

Assault

April 15

  • Memorial Hall – Officers took a report in reference to an individual who had been shot by what appeared to be a bb gun.

Drug Violation

April 19

  • Moore Hall – Officer issued a state citation in reference to possession of marijuana.
  • Moore Hall – Officer issued a campus appearance ticket in reference to possession of marijuana.

April 21

  • CRI Deck – Officer issued a state citation in reference to possession of drug paraphernalia.
  • CRI Deck – Officer issued two campus appearance tickets in reference to possession of drug paraphernalia.

Harassing Phone Calls 

April 17

  • Scott Hall – Officer issued a no contact order, a campus appearance ticket and a trespass order from a residence hall in reference to an individual stating they were receiving harassing phone calls.

April 18

  • Rowe Arts – Officer took a report regarding subject receiving harassing phone calls.

Larceny

April 16

  • 8925 Alumni Way – Unknown person(s) removed victim’s tools that were left secured in a private area.
  • Miltimore Hall – Subject stated that his bicycle was stolen from the bike rack at Miltimore Hall. Subject later called back and stated that he located his bicycle.

April 18

  • EPIC building – Subject stated that his bicycle was removed from a bike rack near EPIC without his consent.

Liquor Law Violation

April 21

  • Belk Hall – Officer issued a state citation in reference to under aged drinking.
  • Belk Hall – Officer issued a campus appearance ticket in reference to under aged drinking.

Information Only

April 20

  • Storrs – Subject stated that while stepping off the curb near Storrs, she twisted her ankle. Subject sought medical treatment later that day.

April 21

  • Via telephone – Victim stated that they received multiple disturbing text messages from an unknown person.

Vandalism

April 15

  • Lot 25A – Unknown person(s) slashed tires on the victim’s vehicle.

April 16

  • Lot 21 – Unknown person keyed victim’s vehicle that was left secured in a public area.

Weapons Violation

April 19

  • Hunt Hall – Officer issued a campus appearance ticket in reference to a pair of nunchucks found in a residence hall.

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Alexandria Sands Alexandria is the News Editor for the Niner Times. She is a junior Communications major with a double minor in Journalism and Film. Alexandria has reported and taken photographs for The State Port Pilot, The Gaston Gazette and The Shelby Star. She is a graduate of the Academy of Information Technology within Apex High School. You can reach Alexandria at news@ninertimes.com or Twitter.com/alexsands_.

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Alexandria Sands Alexandria is the News Editor for the Niner Times. She is a junior Communications major with a double minor in Journalism and Film. Alexandria has reported and taken photographs for The State Port Pilot, The Gaston Gazette and The Shelby Star. She is a graduate of the Academy of Information Technology within Apex High School. You can reach Alexandria at news@ninertimes.com or Twitter.com/alexsands_.