Police Blotter: Reports filed in May

| May 8, 2017

The following are reports of criminal and other incidents responded to by the UNC Charlotte campus Police & Public Safety in May.

Accident

May 1

  • Cameron Boulevard – Subject struck a curb on the right, over corrected and struck the curb on the left. Officer issued a state citation for provisional DWI.

May 3

  • Lot 25 – While parking, driver of vehicle one struck vehicle two that was parked and unoccupied, and left the scene. Witnesses came forward and reported the incident

May 4

  • Lot 6 – While parking, driver of vehicle one struck vehicle two that was parked and unoccupied and left the scene. Witnesses came forward and reported the incident.

May 5

  • Storrs Lane – While backing, driver of vehicle one struck vehicle two. Vehicle two was parked and unoccupied. No injuries were reported.
  • Lot 6 – Driver of vehicle one struck vehicle two. Vehicle two was parked and unoccupied. No injuries were reported.
  • Robinson Hall Parking Lot – Vehicle two was slowing to make a left hand turn when it was struck in the rear by vehicle one. No injuries were reported.
  • Lot 19 – Officers took a report of a hit and run.

May 10

  • Sanford Hall Lane – While backing, driver of vehicle one struck vehicle two. No injuries were reported.

May 13

  • South Village Deck – Driver of vehicle one stated that vehicle two was speeding and struck her vehicle. Driver of vehicle two stated that she was travelling straight in the deck when she was struck on the left passenger side of her vehicle by driver of vehicle one. No injuries were reported.

May 19

  • Cameron Boulevard at Martin Village Road – Driver of vehicle one failed to stop and struck rear of vehicle two. No injuries were reported.

May 23

  • Lot 26 – While turning right to exit lot 26, driver of vehicle one struck a cement pole on the median. No injuries were reported.

May 26

  • East Deck 1 – Driver of vehicle one stated she turned left in the deck and struck vehicle two. No injuries were reported.

Arrest

May 1

  • Holshouser Hall – Subject was arrested after it was discovered that he had a warrant for his arrest

May 4

  • Near Memorial Hall – Officer arrested subject in reference to warrants out of another county and received a state citation for possession of marijuana.

May 14

  • Mary Alexander Road – Subject was arrested for driving while impaired.

May 15

  • Union Lane at Cameron Boulevard – Subject was arrested for driving while impaired.

May 29

  • Broadrick Boulevard and University City Boulevard – Subject was arrested for DWI after being found asleep in his running vehicle.

Breaking and Entering

May 6

  • Off Alumni Way – Officer took a report in reference to damage done to a storage shed at the high ropes course. The shed was damaged but there was no apparent disruption to the items stored in side of the shed.

May 12

  • Lot 21 – Unknown person(s)removed items from victim’s vehicle that was left unsecure.

May 26

  • Belk Hall – Subject stated that items in his room had been moved or removed by an unknown person(s).

Burglary 

  • Scott Hall – Victim stated that items were removed from his residence hall that was secure, while he was asleep.

Information Only

May 8

  • Wallis Hall – Officer responded in reference to a poster that was placed on a student’s door.

May 13

  • Student Union – Officer responded in reference to a call at a food establishment within the Student Union. Subject was upset because a refund had not been credited to their account. Officer diffused the situation and referred the student to additional needed services.

May 23

  • Student Union Loading Dock – Officers responded in reference to a backup generator that caught fire while being serviced. No injuries were reported.

Larceny

May 3

  • Hawthorne Hall – Officer took a report of a missing bicycle seat.

May 4

  • Fretwell – Unknown person(s) removed sensors from the urinals in the men’s bathroom on the first floor.

May 12

  • Levine Hall – Officer responded in reference to a found campus sign located behind a building. Officers had earlier received a report of damage due to the missing sign. The sign was returned to facilities management.
  • Levine Hall – Unknown person(s)removed victim’s cell phone from a secured residence hall room.

May 14

  • Student Union Parking Deck – Unknown person(s) removed the temporary tag from the victim’s vehicle.

Medic Assist

May 6

  • Delta Zeta – Officer responded in reference to a welfare check. Subject was transferred my MEDIC to CMC University for evaluation.

Liquor Law Violation

May 1

  • Cameron Boulevard – Subject struck a curb on the right, over corrected and struck the curb on the left. Officer issued a campus appearance ticket in reference to underage drinking.

May 3

  • Laurel Hall – Officer issued two state citations and three campus apperance tickets in reference to underage drinking
  • Lot 25 – Officer issued a state citation in reference to underage drinking.

Medic Assist

May 6

  • Delta Zeta – Officer responded in reference to a welfare check. Subject was transferred my MEDIC to CMC University for evaluation.

Motor Vehicle Theft

May 13

  • Unspecified – Officers took a report in reference to a possible stolen vehicle.

Vandalism

May 1

  • Lot 25 – Unknown person(s) scratched a word into the hood of the victim’s vehicle.

May 19

  • South Village Parking Deck – While backing in a golf cart, driver of vehicle one, stuck a light pole. There was no damage to the golf cart, very little damage to the light pole and no injuries reported.

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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_.