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All posts tagged "crime"
New programs launched for student safety
For the start of the 2015-2016 school year, the University of Louisville is launching two new features in the CardSafe program to protect students. These new features include The L Trail and the CardGuard App. The L...
- Posted August 25, 2015
Brief: Body found at The Bellamy confirmed as suicide
By: Jacob Abrahamson & Olivia Krauth– UPDATE 6:40 p.m.: According to an LMPD spokesperson, the death has been ruled as self-inflicted. Louisville Metro Police are investigating the discovery of a body at The Bellamy apartment complex yesterday. LMPD...
- Posted April 3, 2015
L-Trail moves forward with new funding
By Adeline Wilson and Jacob Abrahamson: SGA plans for a well-lit, patrolled walking path are coming to fruition after months of planning. According to Mitchell Payne, the senior associate vice president for business affairs, construction on the...
- Posted March 27, 2015
Students fear new crime wave
It seems like crimes on campus are rising with the temperatures this spring. Three Rave alerts have been sent since March 15, causing some to consider the possibility of a new crime wave around campus. U of L...
- Posted March 24, 2015
Brief: Fight falsely reported as a home invasion
By Olivia Krauth and Adeline Wilson– Update at 7:16 p.m.: What was originally reported as a home invasion turns out to be more of a false alarm. According to U of L Police Department’s David James, the teenagers...
- Posted March 20, 2015
Jones moves to grand jury after waiving preliminary hearing
Former basketball player Chris Jones waived his preliminary hearing this Monday after the rape and sodomy case against him brought him to court. Attorneys for Jones decided to waive the hearing and move onto a Jefferson County...
- Posted March 9, 2015
Former football player rushes the bar, sacks owner
By Raquel Wolter– Lesson one when bar-hopping: never mess with the bar owner. Former U of L defensive back Terrence Ross apparently never learned that one. Ross, a sophomore at U of L, was arrested at 12:50...
- Posted January 17, 2015
Acid-tripping student burglarizes, attacks Bettie resident
Alcohol and weed may have just gotten a new best friend in the college student’s risque recreational arsenal. Lysergic acid diethylamide, better known as LSD, has surged in use at U of L. According to David James...
- Posted January 13, 2015
Arrest made after U of L dorm break-in
University police arrested an 18-year-old Louisville man early Wednesday who broke into Bettie Johnson Hall, damaged the room and assaulted the room’s occupant. Jason Rippy, 18, was arrested at 2:30 a.m. on charges of burglary, criminal mischief and...
- Posted January 7, 2015
How to: crime-proof your dorm for winter break
By David Cecil– The end of the semester: time for the finals stress and overall desire to catch up with the sleep we lost during the test-laden, project-heavy semester. While many of us will go straight to...
- Posted December 11, 2014