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The Campus Incident Report- 11/13

By Da'yona McLean
On November 13, 2013

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The Campus Incident Report is a concise summary of the up-to-date incidents that affect the Winston-Salem State campus and community. Incidents may lead to News Argus articles.


Wednesday, Oct. 30

Communicating Threats

At 9:16 a.m., a female student reported that her ex-girlfriend, who is also a student, was sending her threatening text messages. The case is closed.



At 11:33 p.m., campus police responded to Brown Hall in reference to two male stu­dents who reported that their laptops were stolen from their room. The students said they left the window open. The case is open.


Friday, Nov. 1



At 6:30 a.m., a female student in Founda­tion Heights said she was awakened by an unknown suspect touching her leg inappro­priately. She described the suspect as a black male wearing a white tee shirt and jeans. She said the suspect was also carrying a black book bag. The student was not injured but was missing her laptop. The case is open.

Saturday, Nov. 2

Disorderly Conduct


At 12:30 a.m., campus police responded to Brown Hall in reference to a verbal alter­cation that occurred between a male and female student. The students, who are a couple, were arguing but had no physical contact. Both students declined to press charges. The case was referred to Judicial Affairs. The case is closed.


Breaking and Entering


At 8:57 a.m., campus police was dispatched to Gleason Terrace in reference to a stolen Xbox. A male student said that he went to church and left his room door unlocked. The Xbox is valued at $500. The case is closed.



At 7:22 p.m., campus police responded to a report from a female student whose vehicle was parked in Lot DD. Her car was covered in barbecue sauce. The student said her brother took the car to the car wash. The case is open.  

Sunday, Nov. 3


At 10:55 p.m., a female employee of Subway reported her keys stolen. The student said she took her lunch break and left her keys under the table and upon returning noticed her keys missing. The case is closed.



Source: WSSU Department of Police and Public Safety 



Compiled by: Da'yona McLean 




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