Police briefs are written based on reports from University Police. They indicate preliminary descriptions of events and not necessarily actual incidents.
On Aug. 8 at 5:02 P.M., officers received a voicemail from a student stating there was a suspicious person later identified as an employee. The employee had damaged the student’s car door while parked in J-1. The student left the lot and called the office. The damage to the vehicle was accidental.
On Aug. 11 at 12:48 A.M. officers were dispatched to Curtiss Hall from a suspicious person call. A custodian advised that they had just spoken to the suspicious person who left Curtiss Hall to go to Arbury Hall. Officers checked the area and were unable to find the person.
On Aug. 31 at 2:27 A.M., officers were patrolling the University Village East parking lot when they observed a vehicle with significant damage to the front windshield. The vehicle was parked and vacant. The damage on the windshield appeared to be fresh, and no other damage was to be seen. The owner was contacted, and it was determined that while driving a tire flew off another vehicle and struck the student’s car on the highway.
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