Crime reports


•John R. Washington Jr., Jackson Street, was charged Monday with criminal trespassing in the third degree. He was released the same day from Warren County Regional Jail on a $50 cash bond.


•A female student reported harassment Monday. She said she was attempting to park her car in the Bemis lot when seven unknown males stopped her, telling her she couldn’t park there because they were saving the spot for a friend. She continued parking in the spot and the males started calling her names, she said. One of the males then opened her passenger side door and leaned in, she said. As she was walking away, the males continued calling her names.

•Tyler Pelan, Northeast Hall, reported Monday a fire in a trash can on the sixth floor of the parking structure. Officer Jeff Eversoll put the fire out with a fire extinguisher in his patrol car. There was no reported damage.

•Amanda C. F. Burns, McCormack Hall, reported Monday her watch, worth $700, taken from her dorm room.

•Jennifer N. Dolby, Southwest Hall, reported Monday the drivers side rear light cover broken on her 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee parked on the fifth level of the structure. She reported $136.36 in damage.

•Ursula A. Alberts, Southwest, reported Monday her parking permit, worth $65, stolen from her 1997 Hyundai Elantra parked at her house in New Albany, Ind.

•Greg Schumacker, Aramark in Downing University Center, reported Tuesday a disturbance. He said after he fired an employee, the employee started cussing and throwing paper plates on the floor. Schumacker said he asked the man to leave and also sent him a certified letter banning him from any of the food court areas.

•Melissa A. Moorman, Wiltshire Drive, reported Tuesday her parking permit stolen from her 1994 Ford Mustang parked at the Minit Mart on Veterans Memorial Boulevard.