Police briefs 4/10-4/12/17


Hit and run in the F/S-1 parking lot

A staff member from the athletics department came to the university police station April 10 to report damage to his black 2013 Kia.

The victim’s car was parked in the F/S-1 parking lot from 1–4 p.m. when he discovered the driver’s side outside mirror was knocked off of the vehicle, leaving the mirror hanging from the car by its wires. There were also some scratches and paint residue on the victim’s car from the striking vehicle.

The investigation into the incident is ongoing, and no damage estimate is available at this time.

Hit and run in the F/S-5 parking lot

Rachel Bartlett, of Greencastle, Pennsylvania, came to the university police department April 11 to report damage to her blue Toyota Corolla.

Bartlett reported her vehicle was parked in the F/S-5 parking lot when she discovered a large dent in the driver’s side rear quarter panel. There was also some white and gold paint transfer from the striking vehicle.

The investigation into the incident is ongoing, and no damage estimate is available at this time.

Banners stolen from Horton Hall

A coach from the athletics department filed a theft report with university police April 12.

The coach reported multiple NCAA Honors banners were stolen from the basement level hallway of Horton Hall. He said the three red banners and two blue banners honoring the cross country and track teams were stolen around March 9, but delayed reporting the incident with the hope that whoever stole the banners would eventually return them.

The banners are about 8 feet high and 4 feet wide and are very expensive.

Felony charges of burglary, theft of movable property and receiving stolen property are pending against those responsible for the theft, should they be identified.


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