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Hit and Run
According to last week's police report in The Collegian, an unknown offender stole two textbooks, valued at $432, from the bookstore. After reading the report, two thoughts instantly came to mind.
Hit and Run
Contracted police and the Jefferson Hotel's own security guards will strictly enforce regulations at this year's Ring Dance, Westhampton College Deans Juliette Landphair and Kerry Fankhauser said.
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 University of Richmond strives to keep its students safe at all hours of the day and night, and its safety shuttle now makes a continuous loop around campus until the early hours of the morning.
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.
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.
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.
The University of Richmond's North Court reception room was filled with laughter last Tuesday as the women's lacrosse team practiced self-defense moves; but what they were preparing for was not funny.
During the past two months, there has been more crime on campus than most of us could have ever expected. The vandalism, break-ins and assaults have caused many to wonder whether the University of Richmond is really as safe as it proudly claims to be.
10:45 p.m.: This version ADDS information obtained from The Hoya about the charging document.