Police Blotter: Reports filed April 22 through April 28

| May 1, 2017

The following are reports of criminal and other incidents responded to by the UNC Charlotte campus Police & Public Safety from April 22 through April 28.

Accident

April 22

  • Lot 16 – Subject stated while leaving lot 16, he struck a bollard. There was no damage to the bollard. No injuries were reported.

April 25

  • Lot 5A – Driver of vehicle one struck the rear of vehicle two. Driver of vehicle one stated they did not realize vehicle two has stopped. No injuries were reported.

April 24

  • Chancellor’s Place and Cameron Boulevard – Vehicle one was turning left onto Cameron from Chancellors Place when it was struck by vehicle two that was traveling south on Cameron Boulevard.

April 28

  • Lot 5 – While parking, driver of vehicle one hit vehicle two that was parked and unoccupied. No injuries were reported.

Alcohol Violation

April 22

  • Laurel Hall – Officers issued eight state citations and campus appearance tickets in reference to underage drinking after responding to a noise complaint.

Information Only

April 26

  • Via computer – Subject stated that someone is making false anonymous reports to the police department against her.

Larceny

April 25

  • Martin Hall – Unknown person(s) used subjects lost student ID card to purchase a parking pass.

Medic Assist

April 23

  • Lot 19 – Officer responded in reference to a subject who rolled their ankle. Subject was evaluated by MEDIC and escorted by vehicle to Witherspoon Hall by officers.
  • Student Activity Center – Officer responded in reference to an intoxicated subject who had fallen and was unconscious. Subject was transported to CMC Main by MEDIC.

Vandalism

April 24

  • South Village Deck – Unknown person(s) spray-painted a figure on the side of the South Village Deck. SBI report was completed.
  • Residence Hall – Subject stated that a known person vandalized his room while he was away from the campus.

Weapon Violation

April 26

  • Hawthorne Hall – Officers issued a state citation and campus appearance ticket in reference to brass knuckles found in a residence hall.

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Alexandria Sands Alexandria is the News Editor for the Niner Times. She is a sophomore Communications major with a minor in Journalism. Alexandria has written and taken photographs for the Oak Island-Southport area newspaper, The State Port Pilot. She is a graduate of the Academy of Information Technology within Apex High School.

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Alexandria Sands Alexandria is the News Editor for the Niner Times. She is a sophomore Communications major with a minor in Journalism. Alexandria has written and taken photographs for the Oak Island-Southport area newspaper, The State Port Pilot. She is a graduate of the Academy of Information Technology within Apex High School.