Crime Reports April 7-9

Jackson French

• Burnt food set off a fire alarm in Rodes Harlin Hall on April 7.

• BGPD requested assistance from BGFD at the Sigma Nu house, where a chair had been set on fire on April 7. 

• Richmond freshman Kerrington Jackson reported his wallet stolen while riding the White Line Transit bus on April 8. Value of the stolen property is unknown.

• The WKU Police Department assisted KSP Trooper Brett Coomes on a welfare check at WKU Facilites Management on April 8.

• Police cited Louisville freshman Tamesha Nashay Ford for failure to wear a seatbelt, purchase/possession of drug paraphernalia, 1st degree failure of owner to maintain insurance and expired/no registration plate in the Adams Street Lot on April 8.