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UPD Crime Log: November

According to the Student Right to Know Daily Incident Log, the University Police Department (UPD) has been very busy during the month of November with approximately 230 foot and extra patrols on and around campus.
On Nov. 1 UPD tested the Blue Light Emergency Phones in the Village, and they work working perfectly. The Blue Light Emergency Phones were also tested on Nov. 19
A violation of disturbing the peace was also reported. This violation occurred in The Village along with one alarm test and one report of a non-false alarm.
UPD had more than 10 reported instances of public assistance in which buildings around campus were unlocked and needed to be locked and secured. There was one noted incident off campus of a reported missing person, which UPD responded to.
This month, UPD has been involved in multiple incidents of vehicle violations. These violations include expired registration, failure to stop at a stop sign, texting while driving, use of a cell phone while driving and modified exhaust. UPD reported seven or more off-campus traffic violations that were enforced with tickets.
At the beginning of the month, there was an incident of an alcohol-related offense, which included driving under the influence and being over the legal limit allowed to operate a motor vehicle. UPD also made an off-campus warrant arrest for a misdemeanor
Multiple incidents of larceny theft were also reported to UPD. These reports included petty theft from a motor vehicle and theft of auto parts and accessories, valuing between $200 to $400, larceny theft bicycles valuing between $200 to $400 and larceny theft from buildings valuing between $50 to $200 and larceny petty theft.
UPD also responded to two injury incidents. One took place in The Village, and the other took place in Ed & Bertha Fitzpatrick Gymnasium.
Over the course of the month, UPD has assisted the Turlock Police Department in more than 20 different times, according to the incident log.
There were also six different reported instances throughout the month of suspicious persons on and around campus.
If you have any questions or concerns about campus safety, you may contact UPD at (209) 667-3114 and to report a crime call (209) 667-3911.

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UPD Crime Log: November