Police briefs

By: Farhin Lilywala

The Stolen J-Card

On Aug. 20, dispatch received a call at 5 p.m. erage on the Collegian’s website: http://www.collegiannews.com At apporoximately 4 p.m. in building G of the the case of the missing Clarkston campus, a student’s J-Card was stolen. A suspect has now been arrested and charged. This case is now closed.

Attempted Break-in
On Aug. 30, between 7:30 and 8:30 p.m. in Lot 3 on the Clarkston campus, there were two enter-in autos. Two visitors was attending a football game at Clarkston High School. When they returned to their vehicles, they noticed a car door open. They then checked their belongings. One victim had a Dell laptop stolen. As the serial number for the laptop is unknown, it cannot be tracked. There was a third attempt in Lot 6 between 9 and 10 p.m. An officer observed a male lurking around. When approached, the man ran away. Public Safety believes it may have been the same suspect.

The Break-in

On Aug. 31, a break-in incident occurred at the Decatur campus. It is an open investigation, and no other information has been released. Public Safety is actively investigating. Keep checking in for breaking news coverage.

The Case of the Missing Laptop

On Sept. 3, around 4:30 p.m., an instructor reported a stolen laptop on the Decatur campus. The instructor left the office door unlocked, around 2:30 p.m. on Sept. 2. When the instructor returned, the laptop was not there. The laptop has not been recovered.

The Case of the Missing iPhone

On Sept. 3, around 1 p.m., a woman’s iPhone 5 was stolen. It was left in the women’s restroom on the first floor of the E building on the Clarkston campus. When the victim returned a short while later, the phone was gone. The phone has not yet been recovered.

Notes from GPC Public Safety:

Please be careful where you leave your belongings. If you bring an item of value to campus, please know where it is at all times.

North Indian Creek Drive has now turned into a single-laned road by the Clarkston campus. There are many crosswalks that intersect the road. Please be mindful of pedestrains. If a city or GPC officer finds you in violation of this law, you will be penalized. Be safe.

Information provided by GPC Public Safety.

The Collegian

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