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All information provided by the Marshall University Police Department.


Disorderly Conduct
MUPD responded to a 911 report of a female being assaulted near campus March 11. The incident occurred at the corner of Fifth Avenue and 20th Street.
The suspect, a 6-foot-3 white male, was charged with public intoxication and disorderly conduct. He was taken to Western Regional Jail.
The Huntington Police Department is currently working on the assault case.

Three D-Link network cameras went missing in Prichard Hall March 12. The victim said they were in a sealed Amazon box, ready to be sent back.
MUPD is investigating the incident.

Petit Larceny
A Diamondback bicycle was stolen from the Marshall Recreation Center after 8 p.m. March 12.
The bike was valued at $700. MUPD located the bike at Tri-State Pawn & Jewelry.
It was pawned at 8:39 p.m. that night. The bike was returned to its owner.
A warrant has been issued for the suspect.

Grand Larceny
Several high valued items were taken in the Cam Henderson Center March 15.
The victim said she was at the Cam Henderson Center pool and placed her backpack under the top bleacher. When she returned, the bag was gone.
The contents of the bag were a black camera valued at $1,000 and three lenses with a total value of $1,470.
MUPD is investigating the incident.

Tyler Ferris can be contacted at [email protected]

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