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This week’s blotter: Public indecency and unattended belongings

July 29

Look away:

Edgewood Avenue Southeast

URGE Abortion

A report was filed for disorderly conduct. Georgia State officers saw a male exposing himself on Edgewood Avenue Southeast and arrested him. He was processed and transported to Fulton County Jail.

Aug. 5

Bicycle thief:

Luckie Street

Robinson Test Prep Academy

Georgia State police are investigating the case of a student who said his bicycle was stolen from a rack on Luckie Street. A report for theft was filed.

Aug. 11

Drive under, not through:

Cone Street

A report was filed for Non-Criminal Damage to Property after a vehicle damaged a parking gate in Cone Street near the School of Music.

Aug. 13

License to drive:

Wall Street

A report was filed for driving unlicensed and operating a vehicle without insurance on Wall Street. The driver was arrested, processed and transported to Fulton County Jail.

Aug. 13

In plain sight:

Woodruff Park

A report was filed for public urination at Woodruff Park. The individual was arrested and processed before being released on a copy of charges.

Aug. 14

The other side of the law:

College of Law Library

The Georgia State police are investigating the case of a student who left his book bag unattended in the Law Library and returned to find it missing. A report for theft was filed.

Aug. 16

Under the influence and disorderly conduct:

S Parking Deck

A report was filed for disorderly conduct and an individual being under the influence in S Parking Deck. The person was arrested, processed and transported to Fulton County Jail.

Aug. 18

The quest for the lost art:

Student Center

A report was filed for lost/mislaid property after a student said she lost her paintings in the Student Center.

Aug. 18

Down the drain:

University Lofts

A student filed a report for theft after she left her wallet in the laundry room at the University Lofts. The object was turned in, but $60 was missing. The case is under investigation by Georgia State police.

Aug. 19

“Nobody texted me today!”

Petit Science Center

A report for theft was filed after a student left her phone unattended at the Petit Science Park and later realized it was stolen. The case is under investigation by Georgia State police.

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