The Weekly Ringer

The University of Mary Washington Student Newspaper

Police Beat: Nov. 2- Nov. 7

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Nov. 2- At 5:02 p.m., a student reported a missing bike outside Woodard Campus Center.  The bike was later recovered, as the student had forgotten where it was left.

Nov. 2- A UMW student was arrested for misdemeanor possession of marijuana and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia.  The items were found after a fire at the Greenbrier Apartments displaced several residents and officers subsequently searched the apartments to make sure everyone was accounted for.

Nov. 3- At 12:57 p.m., a trespass warning was issued outside Simpson Library.

Nov. 4- At 10:23 p.m., a Sodexho employee harassed another Sodexho employee by means of calling and text messaging.

Nov. 5- At 11:30 p.m., a student reported the theft of a Nintendo 64 play system in South Hall.  The investigation is ongoing.

Nov. 6 to Nov. 7- Multiple blue lights, primarily along College Aveune, were activated.  Individuals in the surrounding ares were stopped and questioned, but could not be definitely linked to the light/phone activations.  The activations included:
– 7:52 p.m.- Light between Chandler Hall and Seacobeck Hall.
– 11:23 p.m.- Light at College Avenue and William Street.
– 11:39 p.m.- Light at College Avenue and Seacobeck Hall.
– 11:59 p.m.- Light at College Avenue and Custis Hall.
-2:13 a.m.- Emergency call from the elevator in the front lobby of Eagle Landing.

Nov. 7- In the parking lot behind Marshall Hall, a student reported that her residential parking decal was removed from her vehicle.  UMW Police have entered the number into law enforcement tracking software; if the decal is located, the individual using the decal will face criminal charges.

Nov. 7- A student reported his bike stolen from Willard Hall near the north entrance.  The bike is a red and yellow Concord 21-speed.