In February 2019 the UNCG Police answered 840 calls for service; which consisted of suspicious activity, safety walks, fire alarms, and welfare checks but also includes 25 traffic collisions, 5 disturbance calls, 6 larcenies, 5 disturbance, 33 narcotics violations, 4 vandalism calls, 3 stalking call, and 33 medical calls. The officers made 32 arrests to include; 4 hit and run, 1 fail to stop at the scene of crash, 2 larceny related charge, 1 possession of cocaine, 7 possession of marijuana, 1 marijuana paraphernalia, 8 driving while impaired, 1 underage possession consumption, 1 resist delay and obstruct, 1 trespassing, 2 order for arrest, and 3 warrant for arrest.
In April 2019 the UNCG Police answered 922 calls for service; which consisted of suspicious activity, safety walks, fire alarms, and welfare checks but also includes 16 traffic collisions, 5 disturbance calls, 11 larcenies, 1 indecent exposure, 21 narcotics violations, 3 vandalism calls, 2 stalking call, and 28 medical calls. The officers made 35 arrests to include; 1 breaking and entering, 4 carry concealed weapons, 1 possession of firearm by felon, 1 possession of stolen firearm, 1 assault on a gov’t official, 1 drug paraphernalia, 1 hit and run, 1 larceny related charge, 1 possession of cocaine, 5 possession of marijuana, 1 manufacture controlled substance, 1 possession of scheduled IV controlled substance, 1 simple assault, 1 viol of domestic protection order, 1 careless and reckless, 6 driving while impaired, 4 order for arrest, and 3 warrant for arrest.
On 05/03/2019, UNCG Police was conducting a building walk through in the Music Building. Prior to exiting from the building an individual was observed acting suspicious. While UNCG Police was speaking with the individual the strong odor of marijuana was smelled from the individual’s person. During the preliminary investigation the individual admitted to being in possession of marijuana. A consent search of the individual’s person and property was conducted. A digital scale, and six large bags containing marijuana was located and seized. A wanted check was conducted and the individual was wanted out of Wake County for an Order for Arrest. The suspect was then placed under arrest and charged with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and having an Order for Arrest. The suspect was placed under a secure bond in the Guilford County Detention Facility. The suspect was trespassed from all university owned property.
On 04/24/2019, UNCG Police responded to a panhandling call between the area of Forest Street and Kenilworth Street of an individual asking people for money. A valid description of the suspect was given. The suspect was located by UNCG Police riding a bicycle west bound on Spring Garden Street towards Kenilworth Street. During the preliminary investigation of this incident the suspect admitted that the bicycle that he was operating was stolen. A wanted search was conducted and later confirmed that the bicycle was stolen. The suspect was then placed under arrest and charged with Larceny, Possession of Stolen Property, and having an outstanding Warrant for Arrest. The suspect was placed under a secure bond in the Guilford County Detention Facility. The suspect was trespassed from all university owned property. The bicycle was seized, recovered, and returned to its rightful owners.
In conjunction with the “You Be The 1” initiative, suggestion boxes like the one in this photo are being placed in buildings around campus as part of our effort to maintain a strong relationship with the UNCG campus community. The UNCG Police Department cares about the community that we serve and we want to hear from you.
The Police Department has scheduled several Run, Hide, Fight classes in the coming days. If you would like to sign up for a class go to our website police.uncg.edu. Click on the safety programs tab then RHF link. We are offering classes both daytime and evening hours to accommodate schedules. First class offered is this Friday.
On 04/23/2019, a Breaking and Entering occurred at the Deli House located at 1000 S. Eugene Street. During the incident the suspect stole cash valued at $380.50, in addition to a .380 semi automatic hand gun. The suspect was later located by UNCG Police walking west bound on W. Gate City Boulevard. The hand gun was found in the suspect’s possession and seized. A probable cause search was conducted and the stolen money was also located in the suspect’s possession. The suspect was later charged with Felony Breaking and Entering, Felony Larceny, Carrying Concealed Weapon, Possession of a Weapon Under 21, and Injury to Property. The suspect was placed under a secure bond in the Guilford County Detention Facility.