Tag Archives: UPD
March 28 Stolen Parking Permit (Building 41): A student’s parking permit was stolen from her car March 28. She was returning from class and saw a parking ticket on the car’s front window which led her to discover that her permit had been removed from the back of her car. The student did not [...]
UNF Vice President of Student Affairs Mauricio Gonzalez’s responds to the Spinnaker’s recent articles on marijuana busts around campus.
March 21 Theft (Building 1): While returning from a business trip to Newark, New Jersey, the Vice President of the General Counsel discovered that her iPad had was missing. She had rented a car during the trip and believed the iPad would still be in the car but was told by the rental car company [...]
March 20 Stolen Parking Pass (Garage 38): A UPD officer arrived at the Student Government Office in building 58E, room 3303, concerning the theft of a student’s park pass from Garage 38. The student said he left his car in the garage next to the arena for several days last week and noticed [...]
March 6 Drug Possession (Osprey Village) – An RA in the Osprey Village was conducting her nightly rounds when she smelt marijuana coming from one of the rooms in building D. The RA contacted UPD and entered the room with the officer after knocking several times and identifying herself as an RA. The resident allowed [...]
Feb. 28 Theft (Lot 18) – A parking decal was stolen off the windshield of a student’s car while she was in class. The student made contact with UPD, who were unable to find any residue from a parking pass in the designated area and did not detect any substance that could lead to an [...]
On March 1, UPD identified a suspect who reportedly groped two women’s feet in the library on separate occasions.
Jan. 11 Theft (Building 43)- An officer met with a complainant who said her wallet and handbag were missing. The complainant said she attended a private party in the ballroom and placed her items against the wall. When the complainant went to leave the items were missing. Jan. 20 Suspicious Behavior (UPD)- An officer [...]
Alyssa Heim, a UNF community health sophomore, called UPD an hour and a half after realizing that the young man who touched her feet did so under false pretenses.