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Crime Report 2/5 – 2/13: Theft inherently remains on-campus

Feb. 5, 2018

At 10:54 a.m., a student reported a bicycle theft from the east side rack at Georgia Residence Hall.

Feb. 7, 2018

At 6:02 a.m., UPD arrested Valdosta resident Ralph Donaldson, 58, in connection to a recent wave of bicycle thefts across campus.

At 7 p.m., a student reported the theft of their wallet from the Student Union theater. As of now, the thief has not been apprehended.

Feb. 11, 2018

At 6:35 p.m., freshman Kristen Arnett, 18, reported the theft of her bicycle from the southwest side of Patterson Residence Hall. Arnett said that she left her bicycle on the rack two weeks prior, secured with a wire cable. At 6 p.m., she noticed her bicycle missing. The bicycle is valued at $96. The thief has not been apprehended.

Feb. 13, 2018

At 4 p.m., freshman Anisia Banks, 19, reported a theft by deception that occurred on Feb. 8. Banks said she was approached by an Albany State University freshman who told Banks he would take some of her money and “flip it.” It was reported that approximately a combination of $2,000 was taken from her checking and savings account. A fraud investigator has been assigned to the case, and the thief has not been apprehended.

At 6:30 p.m., student Lee Kyeonghwan, 24, reported a theft by taking in reference to his black Adidas book-bag being stolen. The bag carried his school supplies, insurance, visa paperwork, earphones and broken phone. UPD estimated his belongings worth at $100. The thief has not been apprehended.

Story and photos by Bryce Ethridge, News Editor.

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