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Damaged water fountains, wrecked bulletin boards, torn down exit signs and missing furniture have become typical in South Court throughout the past month. The vandalism began in late September, and all started with broken glass on the floor by the exits from the framed emergency procedures signs.
Lt. John Jacobs of the University of Richmond Police Department will attend the FBI National Academy this summer where he hopes to build off his 19 years of service in the department, he said.
The two burglaries that occurred in the University Forest Apartments last week could have been avoided, campus police officer Angela Combs said.
Students, community members, faculty and staff tried out a distracted-driving simulator in the Forum yesterday as part of an effort to raise awareness about the dangers of texting while driving and drunk driving.
The University of Richmond Police Department made its first arrest at 9 a.m. Tuesday for UR Busted, the university's annual fundraiser for the Virginia Special Olympics.
Believe it or not, The Collegian editor-in-chief isn't always the most popular person on campus.
Police and campus officials are concerned about fraternity shuttles to off-campus parties, but they don't plan to increase driving-under-the-influence checkpoints at this time.
The mailman carried a box twice his size to an old white van and loaded it in on top of bins full with letters and packages. Tuesdays are the best days, he said, because that's when the mail is lightest.
10:45 p.m.: This version ADDS information obtained from The Hoya about the charging document.
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. 16, according to a message from UR Communications.
Top University of Richmond officials met for a 2.5-hour walk around the campus during the night of Oct. 20 to investigate areas in need of safety improvements.
An unidentified male assailant entered a locked Westhampton College apartment around 2:30 a.m. on Oct. 19, marking the second breaking-and-entering case reported this semester.
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.
Eight cases of simple and aggravated assault were reported to the University of Richmond police between Sept. 3 and Sept. 19.
A slew of on-campus crimes at the University of Richmond were reported last weekend, ranging from assault to breaking and entering.
Two Westhampton College students reported to campus police Saturday that a male intruder had entered their apartment around 5 a.m. and touched them on their legs.
Three University of Richmond students were assaulted on campus between 2 a.m. and 3 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 4, 2010.
I read with great interest your recent story on the retirement of University of Richmond Police Chief Robert C. Dillard. I have known Chief Dillard both as a student and as an alumni leader. There is no finer Spider than Bob Dillard. He will be greatly missed when he retires this year.
The University Police Department held its first UR Busted event last week to raise money for Virginia Special Olympics. Participants were "arrested" and were provided with a free lunch. The event was the brainchild of officer Randall Baran.
At the recent forum to discuss the concern over Victoria Cobb receiving the award from Jepson, a fellow student said something to the effect of, "These comments come from the students' sadness; we don't feel safe here."