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This week's question stemmed from last week's Police Report in which The Collegian included a report made to the university police department that said popsicles valued at $5 were taken from an apartment during the summer.
Yes, it seems ridiculous to some, and I can understand why someone would wonder why we bothered putting such a small thing in the Police Report.
Basically, we print what comes to us unless it is false or damaging.
A fox spotted in the wooded area near the Robins School of Business could be a danger to students, according to a campus-wide email released late Friday morning.
A neighbor called both Richmond City police and campus police this morning to report the fox that had been acting erratically and was possibly rabid, university officials said.
Students were advised to be cautious and contact the police if the fox was located.
Police do not search for rabid animals based on general reports from neighbors but animal control will respond if the animal is located, said Linda Evans, a spokesperson for the university.
Close encounters with animals are fairly common at Richmond, especially in the University Forrest Apartments, where raccoons, foxes and squirrels can often be found rummaging through the trash.
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May 4, 1:10 p.m. A male staff member was accused of pushing another male staff member out of his chair in Heilman Dining Center.
April 13, 11:15 a.m. The glass panes of two dryer doors were smashed in the laundry room of Marsh Hall.
April 4, 2:01 p.m. A wall on the third floor of Gray Court was smashed, creating a hole measured at 4-feet tall by 2-feet wide and containing a beer bottle.
Possession of Fake ID
April 5, 2:20 a.m. -- A pizza delivery driver returned a wallet containing a fake ID to police.
March 25, 2:54 p.m. -- "A Penis for Anne" was written in red crayon on the wall in Frederick Rehearsal Hall in the Modlin Center for the Arts.
March 28, 1:50 a.m.
March 3, 3:35 p.m. -- "Gray" was spray-painted on the back brick wall of an apartment in the 500 block of the University Forest Apartments.
Feb. 25, 3:19 p.m. -- A University of Richmond police officer was assaulted while serving a summons to a woman off campus in the City of Richmond.
Feb. 17, 10:21 a.m. -- A scoreboard on Crenshaw Field was spray painted.
University of Richmond police have arrested two undergraduate students on charges of misdemeanor vandalism after 17 cars were found spray-painted last weekend in the University Forest Apartments parking lots.
The students, whose names were not released by campus police, were arrested Thursday, charged with six counts each of misdemeanor vandalism and turned over to the Henrico County Sheriff's Office for processing, Police Capt.
Drug/Narcotic Equipment Violation
Feb. 10, 6:54 p.m. -- Two students, one Westhampton College and one Richmond College, were arrested for possession of marijuana on RC grounds between the Millhiser Green and the Weinstein Center for Recreation and Wellness.
The University of Richmond Police Department expects by the week's end to make arrests in connection with a vandalism spree that targeted the University Forest Apartments, Crenshaw Field and South Court early Saturday morning.
The vandalism left 17 cars with spray-painted streaks and, in at least four cases, images of phallic symbols.
There was nothing to indicate that the incidents were related, but police have compiled names of people of interest, said Police Capt.
A female student reported being raped on campus on Jan. 12 and is choosing not to press charges, University of Richmond police said.
On average, 51 sexual assaults -- which in this case includes rape -- happen per year on campus, said Adrienne Murray, lieutenant of the university police.
Drug Equipment Violation
Feb. 2, 10:30 p.m. -- A smoking pipe was found in a dorm room on the Richmond College grounds.
Hit and Run
Jan. 26, 1:02 p.m. -- A Westhampton College student's Lexus was dented on the passenger-side door in R-lot.
Jan. 20, 4 p.m. -- Two drink machines owned by Coca Cola were damaged in the Intramural Fields.
MALICIOUSLY ACTIVATING A MANUAL OR AUTOMATIC FIRE ALARM
Dec. 14, 1:03 p.m.
ILLNESS/LIQUOR LAW VIOLATION
Nov. 13, 12:51 a.m. A Westhampton College student was taken from Lora Robins Court to St.
Illness/Liquor Law Violation
Nov. 9, 12:50 a.m. -- A Westhampton College student was taken from the Tyler Haynes Commons to St.