Police Beat

August 25 – 30
News Police Beat

August 25 – 30

Aug. 25 – Grand Theft (Building 3) – UPD was dispatched in response to a professor’s stolen kayak. The kayak was chained and pad locked in the fenced area behind Building 50 May 20 and the professor did not return to notice it missing until Aug. 25. The professor said […]

July 2 – 18
News Police Beat

July 2 – 18

July 2 – Stolen Property (Lot 18) – A student parked in Lot 18 noticed a UNF parking ticket on her car. When she left the vehicle, she had a parking decal hanging from her rear-view mirror, but upon returning, it was gone. She said the doors were locked, but […]

May 4 – 7
News Police Beat

May 4 – 7

May 4- Petty Theft (Building 26) UPD was alerted to the men’s locker room after a UNF employee noticed his car key and his employee identification card were missing. After the victim and the officer searched inside garbage cans in the locker room and around the building, the car key […]

April 24 – May 4
News Police Beat

April 24 – May 4

April 24- Petty Theft (Building Y) While moving out of his Osprey Landing dorm, a resident noticed his watch was missing valued at $95. His roommate was also missing $20. A key audit to the room conducted by UPD found no that there were no unauthorized entries.  The UPD officer […]

April 20 – 22
News Police Beat

April 20 – 22

April 20- Petty Theft- (Building 53) – A UNF employee contacted UPD after realizing her cell phone was missing from her office. She had to leave her office door open because her key wasn’t working. The victim’s purse was left untouched, and she has contacted her cell phone service provider […]

Police Beat Hall of Fame
News Police Beat

Police Beat Hall of Fame

Every week, the Spinnaker compiles the most recent arrests, investigation updates and often humorous findings from UPD police reports. Here’s a look back at some of the most outrageous police beat moments of the Spring 2009 semester: Incidents of intoxicated students, urination, ridiculous questions and nudity are all included. Jan. […]

March 20 – March 29
News Police Beat

March 20 – March 29

March 20 – Grand Theft (Building 58) – Several hand tools were stolen from an electrical closet at a designated construction site of the new Student Union building. The cost of the stolen hand tools was estimated to more than $2,000. March 22 – Criminal Mischief (Building 5) – A […]

Feb. 25 – Mar. 1
News Police Beat

Feb. 25 – Mar. 1

Feb. 25 – Battery/Possession (Building E) – UPD was dispatched to an area outside The Village regarding a loud disturbance, which turned out to be a dispute between a female student and her boyfriend. While questioning her and the boyfriend, UPD found that the argument began in a dorm then […]

Police Beat, Feb. 21
News Police Beat

Police Beat, Feb. 21

Feb. 9 – Information (Building 45) – Eight black, white and blue photo prints were taken from a wall in the entrance hallway to the Print Lab. Students had displayed the photos, which had no monetary value. Feb. 12 – Criminal Mischief (Housing mailboxes) – Goose eggs were thrown against […]

Jan. 20 – Jan. 25
News Police Beat

Jan. 20 – Jan. 25

Jan. 20 – Possession of a Controlled Substance (Building 38) – UPD responded to the parking lot behind Building 38 in reference to two men placing fliers on vehicles. When the officer looked up their identity, one of the men had a warrant out for his arrest for possession of […]

Jan. 11 – Jan. 19
News Police Beat

Jan. 11 – Jan. 19

Jan. 19 – Drug violation (UNF Drive) – A speeding vehicle was stopped at 2:30 a.m. Upon approaching the vehicle, the officer noticed a strong odor of marijuana coming from the car.

The driver admitted to smoking a joint. A search of the vehicle revealed a little more than 2 grams of marijuana hidden in the center console.

Police Beat Hall of Fame
News Police Beat

Police Beat Hall of Fame

Every week, the Spinnaker compiles the most recent arrests, investigation updates and often humorous findings from UPD police reports.

Here’s a look back at some of the most outrageous police beat moments of the Fall 2008 semester: Incidents of burned chicken nuggets, crashed golf carts and strangers terrorizing campus are all included.