On Monday, June 9, $30 in U.S. currency was stolen at the Health Sciences Center. The case has been closed.
On Monday, June 9, a vehicle was keyed at the University Hospital. The case has been closed.
On Monday, June 9, there was a reported theft in James College of a laptop and a beard trimmer. As of August 8, the case was still open.
On Tuesday, June 10, two 15-year-olds who were patients at the University Hospital got into a physical altercation. The case was closed.
On Wednesday, June 11, a patient made threats to members of the hospital staff. The case was closed.
On Thursday, June 12, a bomb threat was faxed to the Department of Radiology in the Health Sciences Center. This threat was deemed to be unfounded.
On Monday, June 16, a Chevrolet four-door sedan drove through the gate at the Health Science Center garage. An arrest was made.
On Wednesday, June 18, a man rammed into the back of the vehicle of his ex-girlfriend. The event occurred at the intersection of South Drive and Marburger Drive. An arrest was made.
On Sunday, June 29, there was an unlawful posting of signs along the South Entrance and Health Sciences roadway. The case is now closed.
On Wednesday, July 9, a male commuter student was referred for making a verbal reference to a bomb to staff members from the computer science graduate school.
On Saturday, July 12, a patient at the University Hospital spit at and threatened an employee. This ended in an arrest.
On Sunday, July 13, a visitor at the hospital reported $1,784 in U.S. currency stolen from her purse when she was in the waiting room. The case is closed pending new information.
On Friday, July 25, a Fire Marshall was notified and responded to the West H apartment building where a student was referred for criminal tampering.
On Sunday, July 27, a female commuter student was arrested for driving while intoxicated and referred to the Office of Community Standards.
On Wednesday, July 30, a suspicious package was delivered to the School of Dental Medicine. A staff member from the School of Dental Medicine received a package containing a framed Eli Manning card from an individual who is unknown to him. The case has now been closed.
On Saturday, Aug. 2, the University Hospital reported a theft of needles, but the hospital declined to press charges.