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The Blue & Gray Press | February 25, 2018

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Police Beat: 3/30-4/6

March 30- Campus police responded to the Alvey Drive parking deck in response to reports of petit larceny. Sometime between March 25 and the day of the report, a parking decal was stolen from a parked automobile. The investigation is pending.

March 31- University police responded to Ball Circle at 10:30 p.m. after reports of vandalism. The person who reported the vandalism said that they saw students throwing Frisbees at the Freedom Rider’s Exhibit. The investigation is pending.

March 31- Police responded to Jefferson Hall after reports of a narcotics violation occurring between 8:17 p.m. and 8:36 p.m. The investigation is closed.

April 1- Campus police responded to reports of vandalism at the Stafford Campus. They found a broken street lamp in a parking lot. The investigation is pending.

April 1- Campus police responded to reports of petit larceny from Russell Hall, which occurred on March 30. A student’s Eagle One Card was stolen. The investigation is pending.

April 2- University police responded to reports of vandalism in Russell Hall at 2:15 a.m. At the scene, the police found damaged exit signs. The investigation is pending.

April 2- Campus police responded to Russell Hall, George Washington Hall, Trinkle Hall, Combs Hall, Lee Hall, Seacobeck Hall, Simpson Library and the Westmoreland dumpster in response to reports of vandalism throughout the day. They found that these locations had been vandalized by graffiti. There were three different “tags.” The first read “Behind Enemy Line” and had an upside-down United States next to it. Another read “Disobey” and depicted a marijuana leaf. The third was the letters “CC” which in other locations, the police came to understand was an abbreviation for “Chaotic Chronic.” Investigation into this string of vandalism is ongoing.

April 2- Campus police responded to Russell Hall after reports of an underage alcohol violation. One administrative referral was issued.

April 3- Fredericksburg police responded to the 900 block of Lafayette Blvd. at 8 a.m. A UMW officer reported that he found graffiti spray painted in three locations: behind the 7-11 on Lafayette Blvd, on a traffic control box at William and Littlepage Streets, and on the wall at Castiglias Restaurant. The graffiti all appeared to be similar and also bore resemblance to graffiti that was found in various locations on the UMW campus. There are no suspects or witnesses at this time.

April 3- University police responded to Willard Hall, the Eagle’s Nest, and the Underground in response to petit larceny, which occurred between 1:00 p.m. and 6 p.m. A student’s Eagle One Card was stolen and fraud was perpetrated at two campus locations. The investigation is pending.

April 3- Police responded to reports of an underage alcohol violation between 11:47 a.m. and 12:10 p.m. at Russell Hall. One administrative referral was issued.

April 4- Between 1 p.m. and 2:50 p.m., police responded to Willard Hall in response to a civil matter. Police found vulgar language in a whiteboard at the scene and referred a student to Dean Rucker.

April 5- Campus police responded to the 7/11 on the corner of Augustine and Powhatan Streets after reports of petit larceny involving a UMW student. A credit card was stolen. The investigation is pending for both the Fredericksburg and Campus police forces.

April 5- Campus police responded to Jefferson Hall after reports of vandalism, which occurred at an unknown date and time.  At the scene, they found that a window was broken. The investigation is pending.

April 5- University police responded to the retaining wall east of Randolph and Mason Halls in response to reports of vandalism, which occurred at an unknown date and time. They found spray paint on the wall. The investigation is pending.