Multiple larcenies reported in University Village East
Between Feb. 10 and Feb. 13, university police received four separate reports of larceny from rooms in University Village East. Video game consoles and controllers were reported stolen from the main living area of the apartments in each incident, and it is believed that the suspect entered through an unlocked door. The police are still investigating the case and following up on leads.
Threats report investigated
On Feb. 13, the parent of a resident student called in a threats report to the university police. Officers investigated the matter and spoke with the student, who indicated that they did not feel unsafe and did not believe their roommate would do anything. The issue has been referred to Residential Life for further handling.
Report of possible domestic assault in University Village
On Feb. 13, university police were dispatched to University Village in response to a report of a possible domestic assault. A resident student reported hearing thumping sounds and a female screaming from the neighboring apartment. After speaking with the resident of the apartment, the police determined that there was an argument between a boyfriend and girlfriend, but no physical assault occurred.
Disorderly individual reported in University Village East
On Feb. 6 at 4:51 p.m., officers spoke with a commuter student referencing a suspicious text message they have received. The message was directed to an individual that had the same phone number prior to them. The complainant told officers the texts were suspicious, and they thought they might be a scam.
Two-car accident in University Village West parking lot
On Feb. 14, university police received a call for a two-car accident in the University Village West parking lot. There were no reported injuries.
Report of possible break-in in University Village East
On Feb. 15, university police were dispatched to University Village East in response to a report from an SVSU resident who stated that they were home alone and heard a male break into their dorm room. The resident reported hearing the male talk, but did not know what was said, and then heard the door close. Officers checked inside the apartment, but no one was found. All the doors were locked at the time of the incident. The police are continuing to investigate.
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