the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

2014 Daily Incident / Crime Log

  • On January 28, 2014 a bike was stolen from the bike rack in parking lot 2. The bike was secured with a chain, but the chain was cut and the bike was stolen by an unknown person. The report number for this incident is 20-14-01 and the case remains open.
  • On February 15, 2014 a bike seat was taken off of a bike in a storage bin at Foster apartments. The report number for this incident is 20-14-02 and the case remains open.
  • On March 24, 2014 between the times of 2 pm and 11 pm, a laptop computer was stolen from a dorm room in Fuller Hall. There are no suspects at this time and the case remains open. The report number for this incident is 20-14-03. On March 28, a non-student suspect was identified and the laptop was recovered. The case is now closed.
  • Between May 19 at 3:30 pm and May 20 at 10:30 am, an unknown person broke the driver’s door window to the victim’s car parked in Lot 19 of Springdale Apartments and took a GPS device. The report number for this incident is 20-14-04 and the case remains open.
  • On August 21, 2014, a laptop computer and Kindle reading tablet were  taken out of a backpack placed inside an unlocked locker in the Recreation Center on campus. The report number for this incident is 20-14-05 and the case remains open.
  • Between August 31 and September 5, a vehicle parked in Lot 14 was illegally entered and items were stolen from the car. Entry was gained to the car by forcing down the driver side window. The report number for this incident is 20-14-06 and the case remains open.
  • Between September 14 and September 18, a resident of Foster apartments had his basement storage unit forced open by unknown persons and the resident’s bicycle was stolen. There are no suspects at this time and the case remains open. The report number for this incident is 20-14-08.
  • On September 17 at about 4:30 pm, a bicycle was stolen from the bike rack near the Honeycutt Campus Center by parking lot 2. The bicycle was not secured by a lock. Video cameras showed an unknown black male, accompanied by another unknown black male, get on the bike and ride it away. This case remains open and the case number is 20-14-07.
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