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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: 08-29-15
Time: 1338 hrs.
Type
of Incident:
Thefty by Unlawful Taking < $500
Description
of Incident:
Unknown subject entered the bookstore and stuffed merchandise underneath his shirt and fled the scene. Two shirts were reported stolen valued at $70.00. Refer to case # 15C-049 investigated by Officer Barnett.
Location: 132 W. Third St.
Disposition: Open
 
Date: 08-28-15
Time: 1537 hrs.
Type
of Incident:
Thefty by Unlawful Taking < $500 from auto
Description
of Incident:
Unknown subject entered the victims unlocked vehicle and took and removed a small amount of change, a knife and a pair of scissors from the vehicle. Refer to case #15C-050 investigated by Lt. Miller.
Location: Campbell St. parking lot
Disposition: Open
 
Date: 08-28-15
Time: 1605 hrs.
Type
of Incident:
Criminal Mischief First Degree
Description
of Incident:
Unknown subject(s) entered the victims unlocked vehicle and did extensive damage to the dashboard and climate controls of the vehicle in an attempt to possibly steal the stereo system. Refer to case #15C-048 investigated by Lt. Miller
Location: Campbell St. parking lot
Disposition: Open
 
Date: 08-27-15
Time: 1056 hrs.
Type
of Incident:
Criminal Mischief 3rd Degree
Description
of Incident:
Unknown individuals stomped on several outside gutters causing damage to them. The unknown suspects also tried to pull the bars on some of the windows to the lower apartments. Entry was not gained. Investigation revealed that the damage and pulling of the bars was committed by three 11 year old juveniles. Parents were notified and the documentation will be presented to juvenile court. Investigation being conducted by Officer Dave Barnett and Officer Jason Chapman. Refer to case report number 15C-047.
Location: 457 Fourth St.
Disposition: Closed-Juveniles invovled
 
Date: 08-26-15
Time: 1305 hrs.
Type
of Incident:
Thefty by Unlawful Taking < $500 from auto
Description
of Incident:
Victim reported that someone entered his vehicle and took and removed his speaker box containing a 10 inch Kicker speaker. The cost of the speaker was $119.99. Refer to case report #15C-046 investigated by Lt. Miller.
Location: Shearer Art Building Parking lot
Disposition: Open
 
Date: 08-24-15
Time: 1830 hrs.
Type
of Incident:
Locked vehicle entered-nothing taken
Description
of Incident:
Victim reported that unknown individual(s) entered his vehicle by unzipping the soft top to his Jeep. Upon entry nothing was taken. Refer to Maxient case number 2015000801 investigated by Officer Villalobos.
Location: Shearer Art Building parking lot
Disposition: Open
 
Date: 08-22-15
Time: 1330 hrs.
Type
of Incident:
Thefty by Unlawful Taking < $500 from auto
Description
of Incident:
Victim reported that their vehicle was entered and several items valued at less than $500.00 were stolen. Refer to case #15C-045 investigated by Lt. VanHaitsma.
Location: Kenton St. Parking lot
Disposition: Open
 
Date: 07-18-15
Time: 0225 hrs.
Type
of Incident:
Alcohol Intoxication-Execution of Warrant
Description
of Incident:
Subject was observed on Transylvania University property in an intoxicated state. Upon checking the subject for outstanding warrants we found that he had a warrant for his arrest out of Scott County Kentucky. This warrant was for Shoplifting TBUT < $500.00. The subject was arrested and charged with Alcohol Intoxication in a Public Place along with serving the warrant on him for Failure to appear in court to answer to the charge of shoplifting. Refer to case number 15C-042 and 15C-043 investigated by Officer J. Moore and Officer Chapman. Citation numbers are as follows: C186597 and C186598.
Location: 361 North Broadway-Campus Center
Disposition: Arrested/Lodged in the Fayette County Jail
 
Date: 07--11-15
Time: 0025 hrs.
Type
of Incident:
Criminal Mischief 2nd Degree
Description
of Incident:
Victim had left his vehicle parked in the parking lot at 301 W. 4th St. for a couple of days. Upon returning to his vehicle two days later he noticed that his vehicle had a hole in the right front fender of the vehicle. It is unknown how this damage occurred. It appeared that it looked like a bullet hole but there were no casings or bullet recovered upon investigation. The damage to the vehicle appears to be in excess of $500.00. Refer to case report # 15C-041 investigated by Officer Jason Chapman.
Location: 301 W. 4th St.
Disposition: Open
 
Date: 07-07-15
Time: 0634 hrs.
Type
of Incident:
Execution of Warrants
Description
of Incident:
Subject was observed sleeping on Transy property in the grass. Upon checking the subject's identity we found out that he had active warrants out of Jefferson County for two counts of Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Those warrants were executed and the subject was lodged in the Fayette County Jail. Refer to case # 15C-040 and citation # C186595 investigated by Lt. VanHaitsma.
Location: 362 N. Upper St.
Disposition: Arrested/Lodged in the Fayette County Jail
 
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