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Police Beat Feb. 9, 2011

Jan. 13 – Burglary (Lot 53) – Jan. 28, UPD responded to Building 53 in reference to a burglary. The victim, Shari Shuman, discovered a parking citation for no parking decal Jan. 19. She noticed that her hanging decal was no longer in her vehicle. It is believed the decal was stolen when she last parked on campus prior to Jan. 14. The vehicle was not processed due to the delay in reporting.Jan. 27 – Burglary (Lot 18) – Victim Nicholas Hendrick reported a burglary Feb. 2 to the UPD station. He parked in Lot 18 the morning of Jan. 27 and returned approximately two hours later to find his parking pass stolen. He did not lock his car. No canvass was conducted due to the amount of time between the incident and the report.

Jan. 31 – Exposure of  Sexual Organs (Building 39) – A student contacted UPD Feb. 2 after seeing the subject of a previous “exposure of sexual organs” incident in a computer lab in Building 39. Upon questioning, the student admitted to watching pornography on the computer and masturbating while female students sat three or four seats away. He said he covered his genitalia with a shirt and was being discreet while masturbating so he would not attract attention. The suspect was issued a trespass warning and referred to Student Conduct.

Jan. 31 – Information (Lot 9) – UPD responded to a golf cart being hit by an automobile. The driver of the golf cart said she parked the cart on the curb in lot 9. While walking back to the cart, she saw a white SUV back into the cart, hitting a black box on the rear end. The driver of the SUV got out and checked for damage, but drove away after the golf cart driver said she was going to call her supervisor. There was no damage to the cart.

Feb. 1 – Criminal Mischief (Betty Holzendorf Drive) – A UPD vehicle was parked across from Lot 17 on Betty Holzendorf Drive on the morning of Feb.1. When the officer returned to his car the next morning, both rear tires of the car had been punctured through the sidewalls. No other damage was found.

Feb. 1 – Criminal Mischief (UNF) – A physical facilities employee reported to UPD about graffiti written in permanent black marker on the campus map in front of building 45. Further investigation revealed the unknown suspect(s) wrote on numerous campus maps, buildings, tables and several other places on campus. Patrol efforts are continuing.

Feb. 1 – Possession of drug paraphernalia (Crossings R) – RAs at the Crossing were conducting a room condition check when they saw a glass water bong in plain view on the bathroom counter. The student residing in the room entered while UPD was still inside. The student revealed two Ritalin pills, a small pipe and rolling papers that were also in the room. He claimed the water bong and pills belonged to an unnamed friend, but took claim to the small pipe and rolling papers. He was referred to Student Conduct and issued a Notice to Appear.

Feb. 1 – Grand Theft (Building 45) – A student left her white Blackberry Torch phone on a toilet paper dispenser in a restroom on the second floor of Building 45 and went to class. She returned 10 minutes later to find the phone was gone. She was advised to check lost and found.

Feb. 1 – Possession of Drug Paraphenalia (Crossings S) – UPD responded to a call from the Crossings in reference to drugs and alcohol. During a room inspection, RAs found empty alcohol bottles and a large bong in a student’s room. The suspect surrendered marijuana, the pipe and a grinder. The resident was arrested and referred to student conduct.

Feb. 3 – Petty Theft (UNF Book Store) – UPD responded to the UNF Book Store in response to a theft incident. After checking video cameras, a suspect was seen entering the book store wearing black tights, and leaving with blue shorts over the black tights. She was also seen stuffing a raspberry shirt into her backpack. Store employees also found an alarm activation device in the store that may have been removed from a clothing item. It is believed that the suspect is a UNF student.

Compiled by Greg Parlier

Source: University Police Department

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