The Weekly Ringer

The University of Mary Washington Student Newspaper

Police Beat: Nov. 11, 2009

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Nov. 3- At 10:29 a.m., UMW police responded to a student illness in Chandler Hall.  The Fredericksburg Rescue Squad transferred the student to Mary Washington Hospital.

Nov. 4- At 8:20 a.m., the math department contacted UMW police because it looked like someone had kicked in the wall of room 140 in Trinkle Hall.  UMW Police reported the damage and contacted Facilities Services so that the damage could be repaired.  Upon further investigation, the police found that the damage was caused by an accident.  No charges will be filed.

Nov. 4- At 9:40 a.m., UMW Police were notified that a non-UMW student tripped in the grass between the sidewalk and College Avenue near duPont Hall.  The person had a cut to their eye along with other possible injuries.  The Fredericksburg Rescue Squad transported the victim to Mary Washington Hospital for treatment.  The city of Fredericksburg public works was notified and the contractor who completed work on College Avenue was called in by Fredericksburg to fix the hazard.

Nov. 4- At 12:59 p.m., UMW police reported that a purple and silver Trek bicycle was stolen.

Nov. 6- At 4:20 p.m., UMW police arrested a student for felony theft of textbooks from the UMW Bookstore.  The stolen property was recovered by the police and returned to the Bookstore. Charges were filed in conjunction with the arrest.

Nov. 7- At 9:48 a.m., UMW Police and the Fredericksburg Rescue Squad responded to a student illness in Virginia Hall.  The student declined transportation to the hospital.

Nov. 7- At 10:07 p.m., a student contacted the police to report that his red Dodge Neon car had been vandalized with a key.  The car was parked in the William Street parking lot.

Nov. 9- At 1 p.m., the UMW police and Fredericksburg Rescue Squad responded to an employee illness at the Eagle’s Nest.  The employee was transported to Mary Washington Hospital.

Nov. 9- At 1:39 p.m., UMW police reported that there was pornographic graffiti written in chalk at Palmieri Plaza.  UMW Grounds was called to remove the graffiti.

Nov. 9- At 2:06 p.m., it was reported that a silver and green Schwin bicycle had been stolen.