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9/13/17 Fraud: FSU student reported someone had sent her an email requesting $500. The person advised he would make her personal and financial information public if she did not. Student was informed this was a scam, and to not have any further contact with the suspect.   9/14/17 Assist Other

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9/6/17 Fake ID: A student was referred to the judicial board for possession of a driver’s license that did not belong to him. 9/6/17 Noise Complaint: Caller reported a vehicle in the Westminster Hall parking lot playing loud music. Officers were unable to locate the vehicle, patrol checks of the

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8/31/17 Request for Officer: Officers responded to the front of the Cordts PE Center for a suspicious person hiding behind the trash can. Officers conducted a patrol around the entire building and found no suspicious persons. 8/31/17 Drug Law Violation: While conducting a traffic stop of a Hyundai for traveling

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5/4/17 Drug Law Violation: Officers responded to Edgewood Commons regarding a controlled dangerous substance complaint. As a result of the investigation a Judicial Board Referral was submitted. 5/4/17 Suspicious: Officers patrolling University Drive observed two males throwing rocks from the softball field warning track into the swamp. As a result

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4/27/17 Hit & Run: An FSU student reported his vehicle was parked in the Cumberland Lot and had been hit by an unknown vehicle. The investigation is continuing. 4/27/17 Drug Law Violation: Officers responded to Edgewood Commons, regarding a complaint of CDS being smoked in the room. As a result

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4/19/17 Request for Officer: Officers responded to Pullen Hall for the report of subjects dressed in olive drab field jackets, sweatshirts, hats and black masks running through Pullen Hall and into the women’s bathroom near the Admission’s Office. Officers made contact with four students who advised that they were taking

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4/13/17 Disturbance: Officers responded to Cumberland Hall for a possible Domestic Assault in progress. Upon arrival, officers met with the subjects, a female resident and a male (non-student). Investigation revealed an argument had occurred there was no sign of injury to either subject and no evidence of a physical struggle was

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4/5/17 Traffic Accident: Officers responded to the Diehl parking lot for a minor traffic accident. Both vehicles were able to driven from the scene, no injuries were reported. 4/5/17 Request for Officer: A caller advised there was an odor of “gasoline and marshmallow” outside of Gray Hall. Officers responded to

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