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ARCHIVE: October, 2011


October 25, 5:50 pm: Campus - While patrolling main campus, Security staff encountered a male individual in possession of a backpack and a purse. When questioned, he was evasive and soon fled the scene. A pursuit through campus and near the waterfront concluded with the man being detained by Security and placed under arrest by Kingston City Police.

Around that same time, Parking Department staff reported being approached by a woman whose car had been broken into while parked in the Stuart Street garage. It was determined the backpack and purse belonged to the woman and were returned soon afterwards.

According to a Kingston City Police report, the 36 year old man was arrested and charged with: theft under $5,000., possession of stolen property (x2) and breach of conditions (x5). He was also kept overnight to attend a bail hearing.


October 25, 10:40 pm: Campus - The Emergency Report Centre was informed that a student's iPhone was stolen or lost (and seemingly found, as a subsequent text message was responded to) earlier in the week. It is a black iPhone 4 in a purple protective case, serial# 7R128DD0A4S .



October 24, 1:15 pm: Stauffer Library - A student reported his bicycle was stolen from the east side bike racks while left unsecured for about two hours. It is a black bike, with a broken bell, and a rear book rack with a green chain lock on the back.

October 18, 5:45 pm: Biosciences Complex - A caller reported having secured their bicycle's front tire to the west side bike rack with a U-lock, and returned to discover the rest of the bicycle had been stolen  It is a black, white & silver color Norco VFR4 bike (serial# AA00529114). A report was also filed with Kingston City Police.

October 17, Biosciences Complex - A student reported his bicycle, secured to the west side / Arch Street bike racks with a cable lock, was stolen sometime between 10:30am and 2:00pm that day. It is a grey (w. black writing) 27-speed Gary Fisher 'TASS' Mountain Bike.
He also filed a report with Kingston City Police.


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