Van stolen suspect

A still image from the U of M Holiday Inn's surveillance camera shows the suspect involved with stealing the hotel's van around Sept. 12. 

Holiday Inn van stolen

 

A van belonging to the University of Memphis Holiday Inn was stolen overnight between Sept. 11 and 12, according to a campus police report written by officer Randy Phillips. The complainant told police the van was left unlocked and the keys were in the console of the van. The van is a white 2001 Ford, according to the police report.

Video footage from the hotel shows images of the suspect. No other information is available about the suspect. 

 

Student’s car window shattered

 

A 20-year-old student reported to campus police that the driver side back window of her car was shattered sometime between 6 p.m. Sept. 12 and 10:30 p.m. Sept. 13 while it was parked in the lot on the corner of Patterson Street and Southern Avenue, according to a campus police report written by officer Chanancy Donaldson. The victim valued the damages at $200 and said no other items were stolen. No suspect information was available.

 

Student’s car stolen from Central lot

 

A 23-year-old student told campus police his 2002 white Cadillac Escalade was stolen from the Central Avenue parking lot Sept. 13, according to a police report written by officer Chanancy Donaldson. The student parked his car around 8 a.m. that morning and returned at 6:45 p.m. unable to locate the vehicle. 

Police told the victim the car was not in their registry of towed vehicles, and they searched all campus parking lots with no luck in finding the vehicle, according to the police report. No other suspect information is currently available. 

 

Boyfriend threw cell phone at girlfriend

 

U of M police responded to a complaint of assault by a boyfriend on his girlfriend Sept. 17 in the University Center Involvement Zone room 241, where the office for Stonewall Tigers is located, according to a campus police report written by officer Chanancy Donaldson. The 22-year-old girlfriend said her 21-year-old boyfriend threw his cell phone at her during an argument, but he missed. 

She called the police at that point, and the boyfriend left the room, according to the police report. The case is still under investigation.

 

Possible weapon ended parking argument

 

Students called police around 11 a.m. Sept. 17 in the Southern Avenue parking lot and said traffic congestion and cars blocking lanes started an altercation, according to a campus police report written by officer Claude Berry. The students told police one man involved showed a weapon before driving away. The case is still under investigation.

 

Student’s car vandalized in Southern lot

 

A student told police his car tire was flat from being slashed five times Sept. 20, according to a campus police report written by officer Anthony Daniels.

The 19-year-old student said he drove his 2010 black Mercury car from near the Carpenter Complex to the Southern Avenue parking lot that afternoon for an event. When he returned to the car at 6:50 p.m., he noticed the slices in the tire. The victim said he did not know anyone who may have done this.

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