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CWRU police blotter Aug. 26 to Sept. 2

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Aug. 26: Assault—Student punched in chest by male walking past at E. 115th and Juniper; UCPD arrested a suspect in a similar incident the same evening

Aug. 26: Petty theft—Cell phone taken from bus stop at Euclid and Cornell between 10:50–10:53 a.m.

Aug. 26: Assault—Male punched and kicked by two juvenile male suspects on Euclid Ave.; one juvenile suspect located and detained, charges pending

Aug. 28: Petty theft—Cell phone taken from unsecured office in Allen Memorial Medical Library between 8:45–9:45 a.m.

Aug. 28: Driving under the influence—Intoxicated driver stopped after traffic violation at Wade Park and E. 115th; driver arrested and taken to Central Prison Unit, charges filed

Aug. 29: Underage drinking—At Taplin House; hospital transport, student conduct referral

Aug. 30: Underage drinking—At Sherman House; hospital transport, student conduct referral

Aug. 30: Possession of drug paraphernalia—Students found in possession of drug paraphernalia at the North Residential Village Football Field; items confiscated, student conduct referral

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CWRU police blotter Aug. 26 to Sept. 2