Nov. 18- UMW police and the Fredericksburg Rescue Squad responded to a guest illness at the Jepson Alumni Executive Center. The guest was treated at the scene and did not want to go to the hospital.
Nov. 19- A student reported that her zippered, floral wallet was stolen from the Eagle’s Nest on Wednesday, Nov. 18 between 9 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. The wallet contained a credit card, debit card, Kohl’s credit card, Victoria’s Secret credit card, check book and $40-60 in cash. The credit cards were canceled on Nov. 18 and there were no reports of suspicious activity on them.
Nov. 21- A student reported that his or her backpack was stolen from the Eagle’s Nest patio on Thursday, Nov. 19. The backpack contained a Mac Book Pro laptop, a TI-82 graphing calculator and a math textbook. Anyone with information should contact the police department or report information anonymously using the reporting system on the police Web site.
Nov. 21- UMW police responded to a disturbance at Marshall Hall near William Street. Police warned four individuals, including two students, of the noise they were making and the possible consequences of a drunk in public conviction. No one was arrested.
Nov. 21- UMW police, while conducting routine property checks, found six individuals using marijuana in the woods
next to South Hall. One person fled on food as officers approached. Three received warnings but were not arrested. Two people were arrested.
Nov. 21- UMW police, while conducting routine property checks, found a student who appeared to be heavily intoxicated. The student was underage and in possession of open alcohol containers which were emptied by police. Police returned the student to his or her residence hall and turned over the student to residence life for administrative follow-up.
Nov. 21- UMW police and the Fredericksburg Fire Department responded to a fire alarm at the UMW Apartments.
Nov. 23- UMW police and the Fredericksburg Fire Department responded to an alarm that students were stuck in the elevator on the second floor of Alvey Hall. The fire department opened the door and let the students out. UMW electricians responded and called the elevator company for follow-up service.
Nov. 23- A student reported that a Diamond Back Outlook black and silver bicycle was stolen. The student last saw the bike, which was not locked, on Saturday, Nov. 21 in front of Jefferson Hall. The student found the bike on Nov. 23.
Nov. 24- A student reported a lost class ring to UMW police. The 2010 UMW class ring is white gold with a turquoise stone. It is inscribed with the initials J.I.M. on the inside of the band. The student last saw the ring around 11 a.m. on Nov. 23.
Nov. 26- UMW police and the Fredericksburg Fire Department responded to a fire alarm at building three of the UMW Apartments. Residence life staff extinguished a small grease fire and the fire department cleared the smoke and re-set the fire alarm.