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N.C. A&T University Police reported the following incidents April 9-17.

April 9VandalismAn employee at 1020 Wendover reported that person(s) unknown damaged her vehicle while parked in the Wendover lot. Estimated damage is $800.

Harassment A male student in Cooper Hall reported that three males came to his room in an attempt to lure him into the hallway. He recognized one of the suspects as a former student of A&T. The confrontation was based on a mutual friend being fired from a job. Police said the odor of marijuana was present in the room. The student admitted to smoking marijuana one hour prior to the incident. The case has been forwarded to Student Affairs.

Drug violationOfficers responded to a call in Scott A and discovered marijuana in a residence’s room. The resident of the room denied smoking any marijuana but gave consent to search the room. A small amount of marijuana was found on the student’s computer desk. The resident was also found with three unsigned females in his room at the time of the investigation. The case has been forwarded to Student Affairs.

Breaking and EnteringAn anonymous female caller from the Steadman Street apartments reported that she witnessed a male take a book bag from a parked vehicle, remove items and then throw the book bag in the woods. The book bag was found hanging on the fence.

Simple Assault A female on-campus student reported that while she was engaged in a conversation with an unknown male on Mitchell Drive she was assaulted. The victim stated that the unknown male became upset and struck her in the face with his fist and then ran into Cooper Hall. Units searched the area and was unable to find the suspect.

April 10

LarcenyAn employee of Hodgin Hall reported that person(s) unknown removed $35 from her purse. The victim stated that the purse was in her desk drawer when she left the office.

LarcenyAn employee of Webb Hall reported that person(s) unknown removed his license plate while his car was parked on Daniel Street.

April 11

LarcenyA male student in Cooper Hall advised that person(s) unknown removed food from his office. Estimated value of items is $70.

Trash can firePerson(s) unknown set a trash can on fire in front of Brown Hall. Estimated damages is $200.

LarcenyA non-student reported that person(s) unknown removed his keys from a bench at Scott B service drive.

April 12

Larceny A secretary in Hines Hall reported that her book bag was taken near 116 Hines Hall. Estimated value of property $247.

LarcenyA resident of Cooper Hall reported that person(s) unknown entered his unsecured room and removed two textbooks while he was in the shower.

April 13

LarcenyA resident of Scott B reported that person(s) unknown entered into his secured room and took several items along with $80.

April 15

BurglaryA resident of Cooper Hall reported that person(s) unknown removed his camcorder from his desk drawer. Estimated value of property is $635.

Attempted breaking and enteringThe resident assistant working at the A&T Oaks observed a male attempting to enter room 106 by kicking the door and checking the windows. The subject left when university police arrived. Later that same day the subject returned and was identified. The student admitted that he had been staying in the room for the past two months, although he is not registered as an on-campus student. No damage was done to the door or the windows.

BurglaryRoommates of Cooper Hall reported that their residence was entered during the holiday break and several items were removed.

April 16LarcenyA student reported that his 1993 Jeep was broken into while parked in the Bryan House lot. Estimated value of items stolen is $2,700.

April 17

LarcenyAn off-campus student advised that person(s) unknown stole her wallet from her purse in Crosby Hall. Estimated value of things taken $144. There are no suspects at this time.

AssaultA female student reported that a non-student twisted her hand and caused it to swell. The non-student was arrested and charged with assault on a female.

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N.C. A&T University Police reported the following incidents during the week of March 29 – April 4.

March 29LarcenyTwo females reported that person(s) unknown entered their room in Haley Hall and removed their property. Estimated value of stolen property is $750. There are no suspects at this time.

LarcenyA general contractor for the university reported that person(s) unknown removed concrete mix and boxes of tile from Scott Hall B. The estimated value is $300. There are no suspects at this time.

Possession of MarijuanaTwo students were charged with possession of marijuana and malt beverages under the age of 21. The incident occurred in the parking lot of Scott C.

March 30LarcenyAn off-campus student reported that person(s) unknown removed his bankcard from his gym bag while he dined at the Williams Cafeteria. There are no suspects at this time.

Vehicle struckAn off-campus student reported that his vehicle was struck by an unknown person’s vehicle while it was parked in the Laurel Street lot. There are no suspects at this time.

Vehicle struckA faculty member reported that his vehicle was struck while parked in the Murphy Hall service drive. A sub-contractor working in the area witnessed a delivery truck hitting the victim’s car. The case remains open.

Two chargesTorain Bradsher, a non-student, was charged with driving with a revoked license and no motorcycle endorsement. The motorcycle was reported from Wilmington, N.C.

April 2LarcenyA secretary in the Moore Annex that unknown person(s) removed a U.S. sports video desktop. Estimated value is $3,000. There are no suspects at this time.

Shoplifting The manager of the bookstore reported that an unidentified male stuffed test books in his pants and exited the bookstore without paying. Estimated value is $1,300. The case remains open.

Larceny An off-campus student reported that person(s) unknown removed his bicycle from his vehicle while he was parked in the Heating Plant lot. Estimated value is $200. There are no suspects at this time.

April 4Breaking and enteringAn off-campus student reported that person(s) unknown entered into his vehicle while parked in the Bluford Library lot. There were no signs of forcible entry. The case remains open.

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The N.C. A&T University Police reported the following incidents from March 22-28.

March 22Possession of marijuanaSeveral residents of Cooper Hall were found in possession of marijuana. No charges were filed at the time.

March 23-25Breaking and entering autoA student reported that person(s) unknown broke into his 1996 Honda while it was parked in the Laurel Street lot. He stated that a CD player and eight CD’s were stolen from his vehicle. Estimated value is $700. There are no suspects at the time.

Breaking and entering larcenyA faculty member in Crosby Hall reported the theft of her purse. Police said that Ronald Nathaniel, a non-student, was arrested on a charge of breaking and entering larceny. Estimated value of items stolen is $200.

LarcenyA student reported that a set of keys and a cell phone were stolen from a bench near Laurel and Salem streets. Estimated value of things stolen is $165. There is one suspect at the time.

Breaking and entering autoA student reported that person(s) unknown broke into his 1996 Honda while it was parked in the Laurel Street lot. Nothing was stolen from his vehicle. There is one suspect at the time.

Recovered stolen vehicleA 1996 Mitsubishi Galant reported stolen by a non-student was found in the Laurel Street parking lot by police.

Vehicle damagedA non-student reported that his 1997 Chevy was struck while parked on Arthur Headen Drive. Estimated damage is $300. There is one suspect at the time.

March 26VandalismA female student reported that unknown person(s) forced opened the gas tank cover of her vehicle and poured salt into the gas tank while it was parked on Lutheran Street at Haley Hall. There are no suspects at the time.

March 27Possession of weaponPolice said that Nathaniel Rice, a non-student, was arrested after a complaint that he was brandished a handgun near the fraternity plots on south campus. Rice was charged with possession of a weapon on educational property and possession of a weapon by a felon.

LarcenyA member of a sports team reported that person(s) unknown removed several items from his room while he was at practice. There were no signs of forcible entry. There are no suspects at the time.

LarcenyA resident at the A&T Oaks reported that person(s) unknown forced their way into his room by bending the middle connecting rod of his window and removed his personal safe. There are no suspects at the time.

March 28Breaking and entering autoA student reported that person(s) unknown broke into his 1991 Volkswagen and removed various CD’s. Total estimated value of items stolen is $700.

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