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September 14 – 20

Sept. 14 – Property Damage (Building 41) A UNF student contacted UPD after driving past an on campus work crew. The work crew had driven a lawn mower over some rocks, which had been scattered in the air and hit her car. The rocks made several dents and scratches to the front passenger door. The case was cleared.

Sept. 15 – Petty Theft (Building 6) A supervisor in the grounds department contacted UPD after realizing his tiller was missing. A tiller is a tool used for maintaining landscaping, specifically flower beds. He saw the tiller Sept. 2 when it was sent off to be serviced. The equipment is valued at nearly $300. The officer listed the stolen item with the National Crime Information Center, which catalogs such information.

Sept. 16 – Accidental Injury (Building A) UPD was contacted after a campus resident was feeling ill. She lay in her bed complaining of a headache and dizziness not long after falling and hitting her head during a game of racquetball. Rescue transported her to Mayo Clinic. She said she is still experiencing headaches but for the most part is better.

Sept. 16 – Petty Theft (Building 39) A student approached a UPD officer after realizing his skateboard was stolen. He was taking a class in J. Brooks Brown Hall, and during a quiz he left the skateboard in the back of the room. As he went to leave, the skateboard was missing. Patrol efforts were suspended.

Sept. 17 – Information (Building Y) One UNF student-resident went to UPD police station because his roommate threatened him. One roommate told the other repeatedly that he would stab him. He was transported back to his dorm room, so he could move out for the weekend. The room assignment is being changed.

Sept. 18 – Information (Building 51) UPD responded to a call that a 79-year-old woman tripped over her sandal and fell to the floor, hitting her head. She was transported to Mayo Clinic; attempts to reach her were unsuccessful.

Sept. 19 – Information (Building 55) UPD was contacted after a 17-year-old female student was having trouble breathing. She told police she consumed two cups of rum and coke at an off-campus party. After she got back to her room at the Osprey Fountains, she began feeling numb from the neck down and hyperventilating. Rescue transported her to St. Luke’s Hospital for observation in case anything was put in her drink. This student is a minor, so her name and contact information were not released.

Sept. 20 – Criminal Mischief (Lot 2) A UNF student contacted UPD after returning from a studying session in the Library to find her car keyed. The student has not been in any recent arguments or confrontations with anyone. Patrol efforts were suspended.

Beat of the Week

Sept. 18 – Drug Possession (Building 55) UPD was contacted after a resident assistant in the Osprey Fountains noticed the scent of marijuana while making nightly rounds. The officer received permission to enter each of the resident’s rooms to search for marijuana. The officer then proceeded to pat down everyone present in the room. The officer found that one resident had .6 grams of marijuana in his pocket along with a grinder. This student was given a notice to appear, and for lack of cooperation, nine other students present were referred to Student Conduct.

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