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Creepy note

A student called UNFPD on Jan. 26 regarding a threatening note on her door in Osprey Flats.

The student said she found a note saying “Don’t F**K W/Me!!” on her door on Jan. 13. The student and her roommate stated they have no enemies and are unaware of who would have left it.

A survey of the area was conducted, and patrol efforts are suspended.

Stolen Laptop

UNFPD responded to a report of a stolen Athletics Department laptop on Jan. 29.

The police report said there are several laptops handed out by the department to athletes and coaches for personal use. They are not required to sign-out or leave any identification when they use the computers.

According to the report, a UNF employee said the laptop was checked out on Dec. 15, 2015, but never returned. She also said a mass email was sent to all coaches and athletes on Jan. 26, asking for its return.

The computer is a grey DELL E5420 valued at $500.

There is no suspect information at this time, but the case has not been cleared.

Lock up your stuff

UNFPD responded to a reported theft at Osprey Clubhouse on Jan. 13.

The police report says two UNF students put their longboards in the rack outside Osprey Clubhouse. The students didn’t secure them to the rack. Both students said they entered the Clubhouse for 5-10 minutes and when they returned, their boards were missing.

Later that day, UNFPD was dispatched to Osprey Commons in reference to a second theft.

A student said he left his longboard in the skateboard rack outside of Osprey Cafe. He ate at the cafe, went to his dorm room and then to class. Upon returning, he discovered his longboard was missing.

The student said the skateboard was not secured to the rack. The longboard is a tan Rayne Vandal valued at $650. Patrol efforts have been suspended due to lack of any suspect information.

There is no suspect information in either case and UNFPD did not comment on any relation between the incidents.

Editor’s Note

Some of the information in this article is outdated due to a delay in the UNFPD Record’s Office obtaining the reports.

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