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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 week.
Junior Ashley Chism, Bowling Green, was arrested on Sept. 5 on an e-warrant for failure of owner to maintain required insurance.
Junior Lloyd Anthony Bartley, Pearce Ford Tower, was arrested on Sept. 4 for an e-warrant from Warren District Court and lodged in the Warren County Jail.
Junior Trevor Scott Hammond, Keen Hall, was cited for possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia on Sept. 5.
Miguel Rodriguez Salas was operating a vehicle that struck another vehicle in the Campbell Lane parking lot. Salas then fled the scene and was later observed and cited.
Junior Justin Kyle Higdon, Scottsville, was served a criminal summons on Sept. 4 for expired registration plate, disregarding a stop sign, falsely reporting an accident, and for operating on a suspended operator’s license.
Freshman Joseph Lord, PFT, was cited on Sept 4. for possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
WKU Police responded to a fire alarm activation due to a sprinkler discharge on the 25th floor of PFT on Sept. 4.
On Sept. 4 an electrical burning smell was reported to be coming from Room 400 in the fine arts center. Bowling Green Fire Department was notified and the scene was cleared.
Betty Flora, building service attendant, reported a WKU vehicle parked in the service drive of Ransdell Hall was damaged. The damage is valued at $500.