UNCG Police

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On December 14, 2018 a UNCG Police Officer observed a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed on W. Market Street and Gray Drive near the entrance to the UNCG Campus. The officer attempted to stop the vehicle. However, the driver continued for quite sometime before he finally pulled over on Eugene Street near Sycamore Street. The officer smelled a strong odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle and observed the end of a pistol sticking out of the passenger’s pocket. The driver and passenger were ordered out of the vehicle, the gun was seized from the passenger’s pocket, and a probable cause search was conducted on the vehicle. Officers located 40 grams of marijuana which the driver claimed was his.

It was later determined that the gun had been reported stolen out of Durham, NC. Both the driver and passenger were placed under arrest. The driver was charged with possession of marijuana, resist, delay, & obstruct, and various traffic charges. He was placed under a $500 secured bond. The passenger was charged with possession of a stolen firearm (a felony), carrying a concealed weapon, possession of marijuana, and resist, delay, & obstruct. He was placed under an $8,000 secured bond.

In November 2018 the UNCG Police answered 888 calls for service; mostly for safety walks, welfare checks, suspicious activity and fire alarms but also includes 5 disturbance calls, 20 traffics collisions, 29 narcotics violations, 11 larcenies, 13 hit and runs, and 33 medical calls. The officers made 32 arrests to include; 3 driving while impaired, 10 possession of marijuana, 6 alcohol related charges, 2 orders for arrest, and 3 warrants for arrest, 1 hit and run, 1 possession of cocaine, 5 larceny related charges, and 1 driving while license revoked.

In October 2018 the UNCG Police answered 994 calls for service; mostly for safety walks, welfare checks, suspicious activity and fire alarms but also includes 7 disturbance calls, 24 traffics collisions, 37 narcotics violations, 16 larcenies, 15 hit and runs, and 28 medical calls. The officers made 39 arrests to include; 8 driving while impaired, 11 possession of marijuana, 2 affray, 2 carry a concealed weapon, 3 larcenies, 1 trespassing, 1 simple assault, 2 alcohol related charges, 6 orders for arrest, and 3 warrants for arrest.

On October 23, 2018 at approximately 2:30 am UNCG Officers located a subject sleeping in the dining hall on campus. The subject was identified as Floyd C. McNeil III. McNeil is not a UNCG student and has no affiliation with the university. Upon further investigation, officers found McNeil to be in possession of Ecstacy, a BB pistol that resembled a real gun, and a machete. McNeil was arrested and charged with four misdemeanor charges and one felony charge. McNeil was placed in the custody of the Guilford County Jail under a $1,000 secured bond. McNeil was also trespassed from all UNCG owned property for two years.

In September 2018 the UNCG Police answered 1058 calls for service; mostly for safety walks, welfare checks, suspicious activity and fire alarms but also includes 8 disturbance calls, 16 traffics collisions, 35 narcotics violations, 6 larcenies, 8 hit and runs, and 43 medical calls. The officers made 58 arrests to include; 11 driving while impaired, 11 possession of marijuana, 2 carry a concealed weapon, 2 processioning a stolen motor vehicle, 1 trespassing, 1 simple assault, 2 alcohol related charges, 12 orders for arrest, and 10 warrants for arrest.