Cop Shop

The fourth in a string of bike thefts that have struck the College over the past two weeks was reported on Wednesday, Nov. 8, by a Wolfe Hall resident. The student said that on Friday, Oct. 27, she parked and locked her Trek racing bike to the rack in front of Wolfe Hall. When she returned, the bike and its lock were missing. The bike is green with a black seat and black handlebars.

There is no further information at this time.

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Campus Police officers were dispatched to Norsworthy Hall on Saturday, Nov. 4, after a resident reported that someone had written “Fuck Jews” and drawn a penis on her dry erase board. She explained to the officers that her mother is Jewish, but that no one on campus is aware of that. She added that she did not feel threatened or targeted by the vandals – only annoyed.

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A burglary was reported by a Sodexho manager on Tuesday, Oct. 31, in the New Library caf?. The manager said that he received a call that day from the caf?’s morning supervisor saying that there was no cash in the safe. The manager told Campus Police officers that the doors and windows to the caf? were all secure and appeared to be undamaged. The safe contained $286.75.

There is no further information at this time.

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While patrolling Lot 3 on Sunday, Nov. 5, a Campus Police officer spotted a vehicle parked at a bus stop. Noticing the driver was inside, the officer turned on his lights to question the woman inside the vehicle. A records check on the vehicle revealed that the owner of the vehicle had a warrant for her arrest in Trenton for failure to appear in court. After getting the driver’s identification, the officer determined that the driver was indeed the owner of the car.

It was found that the warrant was still active, so the Trenton Police Department asked Campus Police to take her to its headquarters. At 10:35 p.m., she was handed over to the Trenton Police Department without incident.

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On Monday, Nov. 6, at 11:05 p.m., Campus Police received a call from a residence director saying that one of the entrance gates to Lot 9 had broken off. When officers arrived, they saw the right gate leaning against the mechanical card reader. They also took note of pieces of the gate lying on the ground.

There is no further information at this time.

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A woman reported her binoculars missing on Saturday, Nov. 4, at 6:20 p.m. She said that she had last seen the binoculars on Saturday, Oct. 21, in the soccer field press box while she was using them for her job during a game. She discovered that they were missing when she returned on Nov. 4 for the soccer team’s next game. She was also missing the binoculars’ black carrying case.

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