October 25 – 30

October 25 - 30

Spinnaker

Oct. 26Burglary (Garage 38) – A UNF student went to the UPD station after realizing his parking permit was stolen. While parked on the second level of Garage 38, the student’s vehicle was broken into and many of his personal belongings were out of place. His laptop was moved but not stolen. The officer on the scene did not notice any forced entry and thinks the vehicle was unlocked.

Oct. 27 Information (Building S) – A UNF student, William Cheshire, was playing catch with a football in the Osprey Crossing’s courtyard when he fell and hit his head. The police officer on the scene noticed a small laceration on the forehead. Cheshire denied an ambulance transport and had a friend drive him to St. Luke’s Hospital. Cheshire recovered and is doing well, he said.

Oct. 27 Found Property (Building Z) – An Osprey Hall resident assistant contacted UPD after finding a small bag of marijuana, which totaled .3 grams in weight, stuffed in a sofa chair of the lobby.

Oct. 28 Burglary (Building 41) – A UPD officer was dispatched to the police station where a UNF student reported her parking decal was missing. She parked in Lot 18 the morning of Oct. 26 and couldn’t remember if she locked her doors. She realized the decal was missing Oct. 27. UPD could not find any fingerprints, and there was no evidence of forced entry.

Oct. 28 Information (Building 55) – UPD responded to a call of a sick UNF student, Tyler Potts, who lives on the first floor of Osprey Fountains. He was transported to St. Luke’s Hospital. Attempts to reach Potts have been unsuccessful.

Oct. 29 Property Recovered (Building 53) – A UNF student contacted UPD after noticing the tag to his vehicle was wrong. The correct tag was missing. UPD took off the tag that was wrong and found that it had been reported stolen in 2007. The student said he last checked his own tag in March.

Oct. 29 Petty Theft (Building 25) – A UNF student left his hat, student ID and phone on a table near the volleyball court. After a volleyball match, he noticed his phone was missing and contacted UPD.

Oct. 29 Battery (Building 25) – Four people got into a physical fight at the sand volleyball court by the Aquatic Center after the Ludacris concert. The three suspects who instigated the fight were apparently intoxicated at the time and remain unidentified, because they fled from the scene. The victim, who approached UPD with a bruised eye from the fight, remained on scene to give his report of what happened. He later received stitches for the injury.

Oct. 30 Information (Lot 55) – A UPD officer responded to a call about a student, who had been drinking underage and was on the ground of the Osprey Fountains’ lot vomiting on herself while her friends cared for her. The officer contacted fire and rescue, and the student was transported to Mayo Clinic. The student said she is doing fine.