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Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Last week, the most frequent crimes reported on the UF campus were liquor law violations.

According to the University Police Department's online crime log, the crimes on campus that occurred over the past week were:

Drug and alcohol violations:

• Seven instances of liquor law violations, with two resulting in arrests and five resulting in notices to appear

• Three instances of driving under the influence, which all resulted in arrests

• Two instances of narcotic equipment possession, with one leading to an arrest and the other to a notice to appear

• One narcotics violation, leading to an arrest

 

Theft:

• Three instances of larceny that occurred at a building, with one resulting in a sworn complaint and the others pending

• Two instances of bicycle theft, both pending

• One instance of burglary, pending

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• One instance of larceny that didn't occur at a building, resulting in a sworn complaint

 

Miscellaneous:

• Three instances of criminal mischief, all pending

• Two instances of resisting without violence, both resulting in arrests

• One instance of fraud involving the possession of a forged driver's license, which resulted in an arrest

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