Crime Wrap-Up 1/17-1/24: Bike Thefts, Drugs in the Dorms, and Hate Crime in the Library

Fourteen crimes were reported to the University of Oregon Police Department from Jan. 17 to Jan. 24.

The most common crime was bike theft, with four incidents reported in the last week. UOPD considers bike theft the most common crime perpetrated on campus. The second most popular crime of the week were drug violations, with three people in Barnhart reported to the Dean of Students on Sunday, Jan. 17.

Other notable crimes this week were a graffiti hate crime in Knight Library and a burglar resisting arrest at Spencer View Apartments. Here is a full breakdown of every crime reported this week:

Liquor violations – 1

Drug Law violation – 3

Bike Theft – 4

Burglary, unauthorized use of vehicle – 1

Felon Possession of Restricted Weapon, Resisting Arrest, Interfering with Police, Trespass, Possession of Burglary Tools – 1

Trespass – 1

Laptop Theft – 1

Criminal Mischief, Graffiti, Hate Crime – 1

Warrant Arrest- 1

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Noah McGraw

Noah McGraw

Noah is the 2016-17 Senior News Editor at the Emerald. His earliest journalistic influences were Tom Wolfe, Eric Schlosser and Batman. He loves '70s comics, '80s action movies and '90s music.