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 Graphic by Kailtyn Sinardi

Graphic by Kailtyn Sinardi

Ring ring

An Academic Center for Excellence (ACE) employee got a phone call on Mar. 4 from an unknown individual who stated an ACE tutor assaulted his girlfriend.

According to the report, the caller said “I just want you to know about your tutor _____.” “He has beaten his girlfriend and my friend.”

The caller said alcohol was involved. He didn’t give any names of possible victims or say where the alleged battery occurred.

The ACE employee used caller ID to find the name of the unknown caller, who is a UNF student.

This is an ongoing investigation, and Spinnaker will update this story with information as it becomes available.

Swiped Skateboard

A student reported his longboard stolen from outside Osprey Café on Mar. 2.

According to the police report, the board has a black top with a teal colored Sector 9 logo.

The student said he left the board unsecured.

The case is suspended and no investigative leads could be established.

Villain in Villages

A student contacted UNFPD after an unknown subject damaged her bedroom window in the Osprey Villages on Mar. 5.

UNFPD went door-to-door in the building looking for witnesses, but no one saw anything.

The case is suspended and UNFPD was unable to identify the suspect.

 

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