Cop Shop

On Friday Sept. 22 at 2:10 a.m., a male student contacted Campus Police to report a threat. The student told officers that a white male threatened him and then left the scene.

The student said that earlier in the evening he observed a loud group in the hallway on the 8th floor of Wolfe Hall. The victim said he told the group to quiet down, at which point he was approached by the accused. The victim said he told the accused to leave, and the accused responded by saying, “If I see you around, I’m going to beat the fuck out of you.”

At approximately 3 a.m., Campus Police went to Wolfe Hall to see if the accused was still in the building. A female student, identified as the sister of the accused, told officers that her brother was a student at College but lived off campus.

At this time, the female student called her brother on his cellular phone. When he answered, she handed the phone to an officer. The accused told the officer that he was drunk.

Campus Police advised the student to stay out of Wolfe Hall until further notice. The victim refused to file charges.

On Tuesday Sept. 6 at 12:05 a.m., a female student went to Campus Police Headquarters to report a theft. The student said that earlier that evening, an unknown person had stolen approximately $2 from her locked vehicle in Parking Lot 6.

There is no further information at this time.

On Thursday Sept. 8 at 3 p.m., Campus Police took a statement from a male student regarding a missing ID card. The student said that he realized his card was missing on Sept. 5, but he had not used it since Sept. 1.

On Sept. 8 the student said that he went to the office of Student Accounts to get a new ID card. At this time, the student was informed that his meal plan was substantially depleted. The remaining balance was 91 cents. An undetermined amount of money was also missing from his Gold Club account.

A copy of the student’s Gold Club account activity showed the card was used to access the Carte Blanche meal plan and Lot 9 parking garage. It was also used on two separate occasions to purchase a total of $199.90 worth of goods from the Marketplace Convenience Store and $55.72 from the Pennington Road QuikCheck.

The total funds stolen from the student’s account are estimated at $500. Campus Police is still investigating the matter.

There is no further information at this time.