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Police Beat (Oct 14 to 21)

10/14/2014 9:20 p.m.
An individual called UPD to report that there was someone in his dorm that needed to be removed, and then hung up. Dispatch searched the resident roster, found the North Lake Village dorm of the caller, and then went to speak to the resident. The resident stated that he and his girlfriend are having relationship issues, and was advised to call UPD back if she does not leave.
10/14/2014 11:06 p.m.
An anonymous caller reported that a resident was sending text messages stating that he was going to commit suicide. UPD contacted the on-call CAPS counselor to schedule an appointment for the next day. Several people stayed with the resident for the rest of the night, and advised that they would take the resident to his CAPS appointment the next day.
10/15/2014 10:59 a.m.
A snapping turtle was discovered under a vehicle in Garage B. Grounds maintenance removed the turtle.
10/15/2014 4:37 p.m.
A complainant reported a male subject sitting in a minivan in Garage 4 with the windows of his vehicle down, playing loud music and staring at people. UPD was unable to locate any person matching the description.
10/15/2014 11:51 p.m.
A resident assistant witnessed a vehicle crash into a parked vehicle in West Lake Village. The driver was investigated for driving under the influence of alcohol, arrested and transported to Lee County Sheriff’s Office jail. The parked car was towed.
10/16/2014 10:36 p.m.
A vehicle search of FGCU Lake Parkway West found a trace amount of green leafy substance in a piece of plastic on the driver’s side of the vehicle. The driver was reported to the Dean of Students Office for further action, and was issued a citation for speeding. The driver smelled of marijuana and the passenger admitted to drinking. A friend of the driver came to pick up the vehicle and its passengers.
10/17/2014 1:12 a.m.
A complainant in North Lake Village reported that the room next to hers was being extremely noisy. The resident assistant was notified and responded that the noise was coming from the RA’s room, where a birthday was being celebrated. Occupants were warned to lower their noise level.
10/17/2014 7:36 a.m.
A parent requested a welfare check on her daughter who had been sick and was not answering her phone. The resident was found. Her phone had been on silent so she did not notice her mother’s phone call. She called her back.

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