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By Kevin Matyi
More fighting and theft. I’m Kevin Matyi, and this is the Crime Report for Monday, Oct. 26 to Sunday, Nov. 1, here on Indie Air.
A note on this past week’s crime: According to the police daily crime log, there were only 10 crimes reported throughout the week and two were unfounded.
This is fewer than any week this semester, and may be the fewest crimes within one week that have ever been covered by the Crime Report. Good job, Stony Brook!
As for the crimes:
- Before 5:30 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 26, an employee of the university hospital reported that his black winter jacket and keys had been stolen. Police said that there are no suspects at this time.
- On Tuesday, Oct. 27, at approximately 12:30 p.m., a student’s credit card information was used off campus. The investigation is ongoing.
- A purple Magna and a red and black PX 6.0 bicycle were reported stolen on Wednesday, Oct. 28. Both bikes belonged to students. The Magna was taken from Schick College of Kelly Quad after 9:00 a.m., while the PX 6.0 was taken from the Earth and Space Sciences building after 11:00 a.m. Assistant Chief of Stony Brook University Police Neil Farrell said that there is no connection between the two crimes.
- A resident assistant in Hamilton College of Kelly Quad reported at 10:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 29, that an exit sign had been knocked down. Assistant Chief Farrell said that “we do not know how the sign was knocked down,” and that “no timetable [was] given on the repair.”
- According to the police daily crime log, no crime was reported on Friday, Oct. 30.
- At 1:00 a.m. on Halloween, there was an “altercation between 3 females,” at Wagner College of Roosevelt Quad, according to the police daily crime log. Assistant Chief Farrell added that they had no affiliation to Stony Brook University, police did not know what started the altercation and that no injuries were reported.
- According to the police daily crime log, no crime was reported on Sunday, Nov. 1.
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For Indie Air, I’m Kevin Matyi. Thanks for listening!
Crime Reports are posted every Wednesday night.