Crime reports from around campus.
GTPD responded to a complainant who stated that she was in an accident while driving a club car golf cart through the alley behind the Weber Building. A white colored van had backed into the golf cart. No one was injured; however, the complainant did not get any information about the driver. The golf cart was damaged and had a crack in the windshield and a rip in the canvas top.
An increase in stolen T’s has been reported over the last week with two incidences occurring between Feb. 1 and Feb 3.
The Bill Moore Tennis Center’s exterior sign has been temporarily T-less, after employees reported the T’s to be missing. The Ts were taken from a sign that held the words “Tennis” and “Center.” The employee at the scene stated that the Ts must have been stolen from Feb. 1 at 7:45 a.m. to Feb. 3 at 7:45 a.m., but no cameras could show who stole the letters. The letters together cost approximately $600.
In addition to the missing T’s there, another case of a stolen T has emerged at the Klaus Building, after the T in “School of Computer Science” was stolen. That T costed $20 to replace.
GTPD was called to the Family Apartments after receiving complaints about repeated problems between two rooms. The complainant stated that one of the residents of another apartment had given him problems concerning loud noises several times. When the complainant approached the resident about such issues, the resident did not do anything. The complainant found his car’s windshield smashed, and suspects that the resident committed the crime. However, there is no proof this is true. The complainant did state that the noises were occurring every other night and was disturbing his son at night.