- On Sept. 8 at 7:55 p.m., Emory Police Department (EPD) received a call regarding a stolen iPhone 5S and wallet at the Woodruff Physical Education Center. The student placed the phone and wallet on the bleachers behind the center basketball court and when he came to retrieve the items, they were gone. The wallet contained bankcards, $100 cash and a license. The case has been turned over to an investigator.
- On Sept. 9 at 12:00 a.m., EPD received a call regarding suspicious individuals at Peavine Parking Deck. When officers arrived on the scene, they found four individuals in their vehicle. The individuals agreed to let officers search the vehicle. Officers found a green leafy substance and a tobacco grinder. The individual who took responsibility for the substance was cited for possessing of less than one ounce of marijuana. The other individuals left the area without incident. Campus life was notified.
- On Sept. 10 at 1:30 a.m., EPD received a call regarding a theft that occurred on the first floor of the Business School. The complainant was a custodial employee who had found a Calvin Klein watch on the first floor. On Sept. 8, the employee left the watch on his cleaning cart anticipating someone was going to pick it up. On Sept. 9, the employee came to back to his cart and could not locate the watch. According to the employee, nobody asked him about the watch so he assumed it was stolen.
- On Sept. 10 at 9:05 a.m., EPD received a call about property damage at the Robert W. Woodruff Library. Officers met with the security director at the Library and he said he was notified by email that swastikas were drawn on the eighth floor. Facilities management removed the swastikas. The case has been turned over to campus life.
- On Sept. 11 at 12:24 p.m., EPD officers were patrolling Clifton Road when they stopped a driver who didn’t have his seatbelt on. Officers found that the individual had a suspended license. He was cited for a seat belt violation and arrested for a suspended license. The individual was transported to DeKalb County Jail.
– Compiled by Crime Beat Writer Brandon Fuhr
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