Weekly Crime Blotter: March 14


March 7

Another Neighborhood’s Threat

A student filed a complaint of threats/harassment toward another person off campus. The case is still active.

Off-Campus Awfulness

A student filed a complaint of harassment and intimidation off campus. The case is still active.

Mo’ Money..

A student reported theft from buildings with a value of $1500 or less at Moe’s Restaurant. The case is still active.

 E-mergency

A student reported theft from buildings with a value of $1500 or less from the Dunwoody E Building. The case is still active.

 

March 8

Neighborhood Threat

A student filed a complaint of threats/harassment of another person on Georgia State campus. The case is still active.

Warranty Voided

A non Georgia State suspect was arrested for an outstanding warrants/agency assist at Jesse Hill Jr./Armstrong Street.

Not a Misdemeanor Yet

A student was arrested for possession of an ounce or less of marijuana at the University Lofts after a complaint from a staff member.

 Dude, Where’s My Car?

A student reported theft lost/mislaid property exceeding $500 in Clarkston Parking Lot 3. The case is still active.

H for Hustle

A student reported theft from buildings with a value of $1500 dollars or less from the Clarkston H Building. The case is still active.

 Dunwoody Disorder

A staff member filed a disorderly person/student complaint at Dunwoody LRC. The case is still active.

Rental Policy

A staff member reported shoplifting exceeding $100 at the Dunwoody Campus Bookstore. The case is still active.

 

March 9

Sketchucation

A student reported suspicious activity/behavior at the College of Education with a staff member as a witness. The case is still active.

Free Agent

A non Georgia State suspect was cleared of agency assistance at Park Place.

Recreational Theft

A non Georgia State suspect was arrested for theft from buildings with a value of $1500 or less from the Student Recreation Center. The case is still active.

 Taking Lot

A non Georgia State victim reported theft by taking in Dunwoody Parking Lot 5. The case is still active.

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