University of Richmond Police Report: Jan. 16 – Jan. 30.
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University of Richmond Police Report: Jan. 16 – Jan. 30.
Recent reports of theft, shoplifting, sexual assault and burglary at University of Richmond.
Recent reports of vandalism, narcotic and liquor violations and theft at University of Richmond.
Despite the continuous tension between Russia and Ukraine, the Office of International Education and Ryan Foulds, a junior studying abroad in Russia, agrees the conflict is not affecting study abroad experiences. March 2, Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk said Russia had declared war on Ukraine after Russian troops moved into Crimea.
A man identified on Wednesday as Eric Lannon is said to have a history of theft and swindling, according to campus police.
Could it happen today? A young man is deceived, beaten within inches of his life with a gun and left for dead, tied to a fence post in the middle of nowhere.
A former University of Richmond student has been accused of first-degree murder in his hometown of Gaithersburg, Md. Claude Alexander Allen III was a junior at Richmond when he withdrew in October 2012, said Brian Eckert, director of Richmond media relations.* Alhough he was not a student this past semester, Allen still lived in Richmond, according to several Richmond students. Allen was known by many around campus by his nickname, "Lunch Box." Shortly after midnight on Friday, May 24, Allen called Montgomery County police reporting that a man had tried to break into his home and that he had killed the suspect, according to a report by WUSA 9 News. "When we arrived, he was waiting for us," said Capt.
Junior Greg Lauritano said he had felt violated and angry on the Saturday after Thanksgiving break last semester.
The cluster of blue and silver Pinwheels for Prevention have been spinning all week on the Boatwright lawn to raise awareness for child abuse.
Members of the University of Richmond community can now submit tips about campus crimes anonymously via text message through the police department's new "text-a-tip" program. The University of Richmond Police Department has partnered with Metro Richmond Crime Stoppers, a local crime-fighting group, to provide the tip-submission program and Richmond's first reward system for tips at no cost to the university. Any person who submits a tip that leads to an arrest will be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000. Through the partnership with Crime Stoppers, people can also submit tips anonymously over the phone at (804) 780-1000 and online at www.tipsubmit.com.
Rodney White entered prison in 1991 and served more than 15 years for drug dealing. But next December he plans to graduate from the University of Richmond's School of Continuing Studies. White, 46, was a member of a Richmond-area gang called the "West End Crew" from 1987 to 1991.
Facilities workers determined that it was possible to break into a locked University Forest Apartment using a flimsy card, such as a SpiderCard, said Carolyn Bigler, assistant director of student housing. In response to this security issue, University of Richmond facilities employees will install metal security plates around the door handles of every apartment to prevent intruders from entering locked residences with cards, said Susie Reid, director of operations and maintenance services. Facilities has placed an order for these plates, and the installation process will begin next week, Reid said. Although it is highly unlikely that an intruder could break into an apartment when the dead-bolt latch is used, facilities determined that it was possible to break into some of the apartments when only the door handle was locked. Senior Colby Sheffer, the Westhampton College victim who reported that a male intruder entered her locked apartment on Oct.
Every student enrolled here at the University of Richmond is well-educated. But, it has come to my attention that academic proficiency is simply not sufficient at the college level, and that there is currently a significant problem with ignorance on the Richmond campus. I assume that most of us are familiar with these famous words of wisdom: "Ignorance breeds fear.
During the past two months, there has been more crime on campus than most of us could have ever expected.
University of Richmond police arrested two Richmond College freshmen on charges of vandalism for damages made to student cars during the early morning hours of Oct.
Top University of Richmond officials met for a 2.5-hour walk around the campus during the night of Oct.
Unknown suspect(s) vandalized 11 vehicles in K-lot during the early morning hours of Saturday, Oct.
Before I begin, allow me to give some insight into who I am and what I believe. I am politically and socially liberal.
Two University of Richmond students were assaulted during the early morning hours of Oct. 3, making a total of 10 on-campus assaults reported in one month. The victims, a Westhampton College student and a Richmond College student, were attacked without provocation within the same hour of the night. Each victim described the assailants as a group of three to four black males. An official connection between the two assaults has yet to be made, URPD Capt.
United States federal agents were at the University of Richmond on Sept. 24, conducting part of an ongoing narcotics investigation that involves at least one Richmond College student. The United States Postal Inspection Service, a government agency that investigates mail-related crimes, had a warrant for a package that belonged to an RC student, said Howard Norton, Chief of the University of Richmond Police Department. After the student picked up a package from the university post office, federal agents followed him back to his on-campus residence. "They seized some items [from the residence], but did not arrest anyone," Norton said. The U.S.