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Police Beat: 1/7



12/16/2014 9:18 p.m.
A student was stopped outside of building L in North Lake Village and issued a verbal warning for an open container. The individual was 21 and holding a beer in her hand, and was asked to pour it out.
12/19/2014 7 a.m.
UPD arrived at Griffin Hall to find a Christmas tree vandalized and ornaments strewn across the floor. The top of the tree was missing and the ornaments were broken, but no suspects were located.
12/19/2014 8:40 a.m.
UPD received a complaint that someone had done donuts behind the baseball fields sometime during that night. No suspects were found.
12/21/2014 8:15 p.m.
An individual reported being robbed by the stairwell of Sandpiper in North Lake Village. The suspect told the victim that he needed help with his car, then continued to state that he had a knife and then robbed the victim. After multiple canvasses of the area, no suspect was found or identified.
12/28/2014 1:12 a.m.
A UPD officer injured himself on a Segway and EMS was called. The officer was examined and suffered an injured knee, scraped elbows and hands and a swollen lip. A workplace hazard investigation report was completed.
12/29/2014 Midnight
A student in North Lake Village called to report a broken window a little after midnight. The student said that her boyfriend was “playing around” and the window was reportedly broken by her phone flying out of his hand.
12/30/2014 4:30 p.m.
A student in South Village called to report her car had been hit. When UPD arrived, it was discovered the car was not hit, but had dry wax on it from being waxed and detailed earlier that day.
01/02/2015 4:30 p.m.
A parent attending a Saturday orientation tripped on a crack in front of Griffin Hall and reported it to the Registrar’s Office. UPD placed a cone over the hole and it will be repaired next week.
01/03/2015 1 a.m.
Early Saturday morning, the Biscayne Hall elevator broke with students inside of it. UPD contacted San Carlos Fire to retrieve the students.

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