Thefts at Village
lead crime reports
By Christian Felkl
One break-in at Village Apartments over the break was solved and another remains unsolved, as the UNCP spring semester gets underway.
On Dec. 14 there was larceny of prescriptions from Student Health Services.
On Dec.15 there was water damage to Pine Hall. This is the second consecutive year where Pine Hall has been damaged over a school break. The previous time was over spring break a year ago.
On Dec. 24 University Village Apartments was broken into and robbed. Two people were charged on the campus level and were also arrested. The two suspects were non students. The apartments were broken into through the windows, the inner doors kicked in, and the rooms were vandalized. The case was resolved with help from area residents, the campus police report read. The report did not specify how area residents assisted.
On Jan. 6 University Village Apartments was broken into. The police were unable to apprehend the suspect or suspects in this break-in.
On Jan. 8 a person was charged on the campus level and also arrested for financial card fraud. This happened at the ATM on campus.
On Jan. 10 a person was charged with a visitation violation and harassment in Oak Hall. The person was charged on the campus level. The person also lost visitation rights to Oak Hall.
On Jan. 11, at the back to school dance in the English E. Jones Health and Physical Education Center, a person was charged on the campus level for public display of alcohol. Alcohol was not permitted at this dance.
On Jan. 12 a person was charged on the campus level for possession of drug paraphernalia.
Campus police also report that the recently installed bricks in front of Oak Hall have been vandalized.