April crime: reports of theft, drugs on campus, crime in surrounding area

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May 02, 2017

Jasmine Nelson

jnelso14@uccs.edu

Incidents on campus

On-campus drug reports and thefts in April, compiled April 26:

Alpine Garage and Field: 1 Theft

Aspen House: 2 liquor violations

Crestone House: 1 liquor violation

Cucharas House: 1 liquor violation

Gateway Garage: 1 liquor violation

Keystone House: 1 drug violation, 1 liquor violation

La Plata House: 1 liquor violation

Lot 222: 1 theft Lot 224: 1 theft

Steamboat House: 1 suspicious odor

     To report an incident on campus, call Public Safety at 255-3111, or make an anonymous report at safe2tell.org.

Incidents in surrounding area

Assault

6000 Colony Circle (Five minutes from UCCS)

April 27, 10:04 a.m.

     Two adult males engaged in a physical altercation involving a knife, resulting in non-life threatening injuries to both parties. The victim found at the residence suffered stabbing wounds, while the other victim, contacted outside of the residence, was found to have a laceration of his hand. Incident may be result of a robbery.

Bank robbery (Five minutes from UCCS)

3100 N. Nevada Ave.

April 25, 10:29 a.m.

     The bank was robbed for an undisclosed amount of cash. The robbery is still under investigation.

Traffic crash (Nine minutes from UCCS)

Fillmore Street and Stone Avenue

April 24, 10:32 p.m.

     A car was seen speeding eastbound on Fillmore Street. Officers stopped pursuing the car after it became out of view. The car had crashed on a center median, and the driver fl ed the scene. The passenger was transported to Penrose Main Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Disturbance (Five minutes from UCCS)

3900 N. Academy Blvd.

April 23, 12:07 a.m.

     An unknown person in a black sedan fired several gunshots in a parking lot, with at least one round striking a business. The suspect vehicle left the area prior to the police arriving. There were no injuries, and the investigation is ongoing.