Sunday, Oct. 7
Officers issued four traffic warnings, assisted three motorists and investigated one accident.
Officers and the fire department responded to a fire alarm at the Russell Union. A search of the facility revealed the alarm was caused by a faulty smoke detector.
A Mercedes emblem was taken from a vehicle at Centennial Place. The incident was turned over to the Criminal Investigations Department.
Dallas Holden Cruce, 19, was charged with underage possession of alcohol and disorderly conduct.
Saturday, Oct. 6
Officers issued one traffic citation, two traffic warnings and assisted one motorist.
A fight was reported at Eagle Village. The subjects were referred to Judicial Affairs.
Friday, Oct. 5
Officers issued six traffic citations, six traffic warnings and assisted five motorists.
John Anthony Schifani, 19, was charged with underage possession of alcohol.
Thursday, Oct. 4
Officers wrote two traffic citations, one traffic warning, assisted seven motorists and wrote six parking tickets for improper parking at Allen E. Paulson Stadium.
Officers responded to University Villas in reference to a sick person. EMS transported the sick person.
An officer took an incident report for a theft at Southern Pines. This case was turned over to criminal investigations.
An officer took an incident report of a theft at Freedom’s Landing. This case was turned over to criminal investigations.
An officer took an incident report for a theft at the University Store. This case was turned over to criminal investigations.
An officer took an incident report for lost/mislaid property.
While on patrol, officers discovered two subjects crawling out of the woods by the Botanical Gardens. Johnny Ryan Roper, 21, was arrested and charged with Public Drunkenness, Obstruction – misdemeanor and Loitering and Prowling.
Six vehicles were towed from Paulson Parking and received citations for parking violations.
Officers discovered an intoxicated subject outside of Eagle Village. The intoxicated subject was judicially referred.
Officers responded to Freedom’s Landing in reference to a possible fight in progress. The individuals involved advised they were “play fighting.” Three of the subjects were judicially referred for alcohol violations.
Officers responded to Freedom’s Landing room in reference to a drug complaint. Six occupants of the room were judicially referred.
An officer took an incident report for found property at the Newton Building.