Police Beat 4/11-4/18
April 11- Campus police responded to reports of vandalism at Eagle Landing which occurred at an unknown date and time. At the scene, officers found burn marks in the elevator. The investigation is pending.
April 11- University police responded to reports of trespassing at the campus recreation fields at 1:27 p.m. They found three juveniles at the scene and issued them a warning.
April 11- Campus police responded to reports of a suspicious person at the UMW Apartments at 9:59 p.m. The suspect was gone on arrival.
April 12 – University police responded to reports of a suspicious person around Simpson library at 12:15 a.m. The suspect was gone on arrival. It is not known if the subjects from the suspicious person reports are one in the same.
April 13- Campus police responded to seven reports of vandalism involving spray paint around the Fredericksburg campus. The first instance was white spray paint found on the north side of Simpson Library. Spray paint was also found on the side door of Lee Hall. The word “Disobey” was found sprayed on the Willard Hall electrical box later in the day. Spray paint was also reported to the police at the campus center near the university post office on an archway. There were two counts of vandalism for spray paint near sunken road and Alvey on emergency blue light phones. All cases are pending investigation. It is not known if these incidents are related to the graffiti and spray paint tagging found by police earlier this semester.
April 14- University police responded to Marshall Hall after reports of vandalism which occurred. At the scene, they found a broken window frame. This case is currently under investigation.
April 16- Campus police responded to Russell Hall after reports of vandalism at 1:22 a.m. They found broken emergency lights at the scene and issued an administrative referral to a suspect.
April 17 –University police responded to Double Drive after reports of an intoxicated individual at 2:34 a.m. There, they arrested a student for being drunk in public.
April 18- Campus police responded to George Washington Hall after reports of grand larceny which occurred at an unknown time. At the scene, they found that the UMW monogrammed rug was taken from outside the President’s office.