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Daily Crime and Fire Log

*Please note that there is a written Crime/Fire Log in the DPS Office for viewing 24 hrs. a day, 7 days a week. Reported incidents stay on the crime log for 60 days.
Date: 11-10-14
Time: Unknown
Type
of Incident:
Thefty by Unlawful Taking < $500 contents from auto
Description
of Incident:
Victim advised that she left her vehicle parked in the Upper St. parking lot and is not sure if she locked her car or not. Taken from the auto she was driving was her Iphone, charger and a pen cup. The total value of the theft is approximately $215.49. Refer to case #14C-048 investigated by Captain Gowdy.
Location: Upper St. parking lot #2
Disposition: Open
 
Date: 10-24-14-to 10-27-14
Time: Unknown
Type
of Incident:
Theft By Unlawful Taking > $500.00
Description
of Incident:
Victim contacted DPS and reported that during the above mentioned time frame unknown subject(s) took and removed various tools from the stage construction area of the Little Theater. The value of the tools is approximately $1,506.48. Refer to case #14C-045 investigated by Officer D.A. Sutton.
Location: Little Theater
Disposition: Open
 
Date: 11-01-14
Time: 0047 hrs.
Type
of Incident:
Falsely Reporting an Incident
Description
of Incident:
Intoxicated subject pulled a fire alarm in the Davis Hall dormitory which caused the dormitory to be evacuated and the fire department to respond. This alarm was pulled when there was no emergency or fire. Charges pending. Refer to case # 14C-047 investigated by Officer Chapman.
Location: Davis Hall
Disposition: Closed
 
Date: 10-29-14
Time: 1020 hrs.
Type
of Incident:
Criminal Attempt to Commit Burglary 3rd Degree
Description
of Incident:
Unknown suspect entered an office at the Old Morrison building and took and removed the victims purse while she stepped out of her office. The purse was located in another restroom and all of the contents were still in it. At this time the victim stated that nothing was taken from the purse. Refer to case # 14C-046 investigated by Officer Lamb.
Location: Old Morrison Building
Disposition: Open
 
Date: 10-22-14
Time: 1515 hrs.
Type
of Incident:
Theft By Unlawful Taking <$500.00-shoplifting
Description
of Incident:
Subject entered the bookstore and removed a used book from the shelf and fled the scene. Upon investigation we found out that the subject sold the book for cash at another local bookstore in Lexington. The value of the book was $184.63. Upon investigation we found out the identity of the subject and we will be pursing criminal charges for Theft By Unlawful Taking < $500.00 on the subject. Refer to case 14C-044 investigated by Officer R. Lamb.
Location: 132 West Third St.
Disposition: Open
 
Date: 09-30-14
Time: 1654 hrs.
Type
of Incident:
Indecent Exposure 2nd Degree-Criminal Trespass 3rd Degree
Description
of Incident:
Subject entered the library and sat down committing a lewd act. Upon contacting the subject we found out that he had been previously warned not to be on Transylvania University property and was immediately arrested and charged with Criminal Trespass 3rd Degree. Upon completion of the investigation and obtaining witness statements we will be bringing criminal charges for Indecent Exposure. Subject was lodged in the Fayette County Detention Center. Refer to case 14C-041 investigated by Lt. Miller.
Location: Library
Disposition: Closed-Arrested-Lodged in Fayette County Jail
 
Date: 10-06-14
Time: 1358 hrs.
Type
of Incident:
Criminal Mischief 3rd Degree
Description
of Incident:
Unknown subject(s) took an unknown instrument like a rock and tried to throw it through the side glass door of the Jefferson St. Warehouse. Entry to the warehouse was not gained and the glass plane to the door was shattered. Refer to case #14C-043 investigated by Officer Douglas Sutton.
Location: 505 W. 4th St.
Disposition: Open
 
Date: 10-01-14
Time: 1511 hrs.
Type
of Incident:
Execution of Warrant-Criminal Possession of a Forged Instrument 2nd Degree
Description
of Incident:
Subject was a suspect in some minor theft change from some of the offices at the Cowgill building. Upon interviewing the subject he confessed that he had been taking small amounts of change from a couple of offices that he was cleaning. The victims of the small change theft did not want to report the theft or prosecute. Upon checking the subject for warrants we found out that he had an active warrant on him for Criminal Possession of a Forged Instrument in the 2nd Degree. He was then served with the warrant and lodged in the county jail. Refer to case #14C-042 and citation # C1865581 investigated by Chief Muravchick
Location: Physical Plant Building
Disposition: Closed-Arrested-Lodged in Fayette County Jail
 
Date: 09-30-14
Time: 1654 hrs.
Type
of Incident:
Criminal Trespass 3rd Degree
Description
of Incident:
On this date this subject was observed by a student committing a lewd act while sitting in the library. Upon officers responding to the scene he had previously been warned to stay off of campus property and was immediately arrested for Criminal Trespass 3rd Degree. Further charges pending. Refer to case #14C-041 and citation number C186560 investigated by Lt. Brian Miller.
Location: 314 N. Broadway
Disposition: Closed-Arrested-Lodged in Fayette County Jail
 
Date: 09-26-14
Time: Unknown
Type
of Incident:
Theft By Unlawful Taking > $500.00-Felony
Description
of Incident:
Unknown person(s) took and removed copper down spouts from the Cowgill building. Value of the theft is estimated at over $500.00. Refer to case #14C-039 investigated by Officer R. Lamb.
Location: Cowgill Building
Disposition: Open
 
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