Crime reports for Friday, Oct. 12

Cameron Koch

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Editor’s Note: This is the new WKU Campus Crime Map. Twice a week the map will be updated with the crime reports of the weekThe key for the crime map is as follows:

Red-Assault, Blue-Theft, Turquoise-Robbery, Yellow-Arrest, Green-Citation, Purple-Report


•Bowling Green freshman Dallas Moore reported his cell phone stolen from his backpack on Oct. 10. The value of the stolen item is valued at $250.

• Hopkinsville sophomore ShaNeeka Brewton reported her wallet stolen after leaving it on top of her car in the Chestnut Street lot and drove away. She was unable to find it once she returned on Oct. 10. The value of the items stolen is valued at $30.

• An unknown caller reported a mulch fire burning near Northeast Hall on Oct. 10. Police extinguished the fire upon arrival.

• HRL coordinator Sarah Wiley reported the theft of a plastic folding sign on Oct. 9. The value of the item stolen is valued at $200.