October 9 – 22

Spinnaker

Oct. 9 – Lost Property (Building 41) – A student reported his guitar, which he usually kept under his bed, was missing. He said he thinks he might have left his guitar in his unlocked car or outside his dorm room. The guitar has not been returned at this time.

Oct. 14 – Petty Theft (Building 46) – Someone stole an EverLast heavy weight bag from the second floor of Hodges Stadium, where the UNF Boxing Club conducts practice. The president of the boxing club said he secured the area after practice but when he returned two days later, the bag was missing. Nothing else was reported missing from the building.

Oct. 14 – Grand Theft (Building 55) – The associate director of Resident Life Kristin Smith informed police the metal osprey art piece had been stolen from the front entrance of the Osprey Fountains. The area was searched, but the art piece was not found.

Oct. 15 – Lost Property (Building 41) – UPD responded to a complaint of lost property, when a student reported that he put his wallet in his back pocket, drove to school and went to class. He didn’t notice his wallet was missing until after his classes. He was told to report it to lost and found.

Oct. 15 – Burglary (Building 44) – A student received a ticket in Building 44 for not having a permit, and that is when he realized that his permit had been stolen. His permit had been switched out with an expired permit that hang in his window when he received the ticket. The expired permit was registered to a student who UPD could not contact at the time.

Oct. 15 – Burglary (Lot 18) – A student parked in Lot 18 and when he returned to his car, he noticed that his parking permit was missing. The suspects gained entry through a partially open front passenger window.

Oct. 18 – Burglary (Building Q) – A student fell asleep in his dorm room in the Osprey Crossings and forgot to lock his door. The next day he noticed his skateboard was missing and checked with his roommate and friends in surrounding rooms, but no one had seen it.

Oct. 18 – Burglary (Lot 1) – UPD responded to a burglary complaint by a student who parked his car in Lot 1 and went to class. He said when he returned after class his parking permit was missing. The police said the thought the suspect may have entered through an unlocked rear van door.

Oct. 19 – Information (Building 8) – A professor noticed what appeared to be pry marks on a door in Building 8. Another woman checked other rooms in the building and observed what appeared to be pry marks on another door. The attempt to break in did not look serious, and nothing was missing from the rooms.

Oct. 19 – Grand Theft (Building 12) – A student studied in the Library, and when she left her desk for a few minutes, someone took her cell phone and driver’s license. She checked the Library’s lost and found with no success.

Oct. 19 – Accidental Injury (Building 50) – A worker for Martex Services Landscape Management used a chainsaw to cut a tree branch when the chainsaw made contact with his right forearm. He lacerated his arm, and Rescue 50 transported him to the Mayo Clinic for treatment.

Oct. 20 – Grand Theft (Building 34) – A physical facilities employee reported that the Intellilock and door handle had been removed from a dorm room. He was not sure of the time of the incident.

Oct. 20 – Grand Theft (Building 14) – A student left his backpack by the door while he ate dinner with friends. When he left, he was unable to locate his backpack. It contained an earth science textbook, an iPod and a calculator. The student contacted the cafeteria and lost and found to see if it had been turned in, but it had not.

Oct. 21 – Criminal Mischief (Building X) – UPD was dispatched to the Osprey Landing in response to damage to the lounge. A member of the housing department staff pointed out two fist-sized holes in the dry wall as well as two missing covers on the ceiling light fixtures. She also said there was damage to the stove, but UPD could only observed a missing screw from the handle.

Oct. 21 – Burglary (Building 55) – UPD responded to a burglary in Osprey Fountains. A student said he noticed his laptop was missing when he returned from class. He left his room door open, closed the suite door but forgot to lock it. His roommate intended to turn music on using his roommate’s computer and noticed it was missing.

Oct. 22 – Lost Property (Building 58) – A student accidentally left her laptop in class and went to the food court of Student Union to do homework. When she realized this, she went back to the classroom, but the computer was already gone. She was told to contact lost and found.

Oct. 22 – Information (Building 34) – A woman was ill in the ladies room of the UNF Arena. When UPD arrived, she lay on the floor of the bathroom and said she had severe abdominal pain and had been feeling sick all week. Rescue 50 transported the woman to the Mayo Clinic.