Police Blotter: 1/20-1/26

The Spectrum

All information according to University Police


1:54 a.m. – An anonymous female reported someone was outside her Hadley Village apartment ringing the doorbell and knocking. The subject was unknown and it was reported that no one in the room was expecting a visitor. A patrol checked the surrounding area but could not locate the subject.


2:23 a.m. – A cleaner reported there was a bat flying around in the area of Capen Café. A patrol was dispatched and removed the bat from the building.

11:08 a.m. – A staff member reported that the Undergraduate Admissions Office at 7 Norton Hall received a suspicious anonymous letter. The letter included various allegations about someone who may be a faculty member. The letter was turned over to the Criminal Investigation Department.


4:19 p.m. – A UB student reported sometime during the day his car had been damaged while parked in the Main-Bailey lot.


2:05 p.m. – A resident adviser (RA) reported a student living in Goodyear Hall had many items stolen from his room over the winter break including textbooks, socks and underwear.

11:45 p.m. – An RA reported a strong odor of marijuana in the Red Jacket quad. A patrol identified two students but the report came back unfounded.


9:53 a.m. – An anonymous female reported a male, John Armstrong, was standing in front of her vehicle parked in the Furnas lot. Armstrong was blocking her from driving as well as pounding on her window. When patrol arrived, officers found Armstrong did not physically harm the girl or the vehicle. UPD made contact with Armstrong that afternoon and served him Student-Wide Judiciary paperwork.

3:57 p.m. – An anonymous male reported his vehicle was struck by a black SUV in the Fronczak B lot. The SUV fled the scene. The hit and run occurred between 2:40 p.m. and 2:50 p.m.

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