Robberies reported at 6100 block of Waterman Boulevard

Two robberies were reported at the 6100 block of Waterman Boulevard Monday, Feb. 11.

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Robbery reported at intersection of Kingsbury and Trinity

A Washington University student was robbed near the intersection of Kingsbury Boulevard and Trinity Avenue at approximately 2:30 p.m. today.

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Student carjacked Tuesday night on Waterman Boulevard

Tuesday night, a carjacking was reported at the 6100 block of Waterman Boulevard at approximately 10:30 p.m. A student reported that when they were exiting their car, they were approached by a subject with a handgun.

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WU employee robbed at Big Bend MetroLink station

A Washington University employee was robbed on the platform of the Big Bend Metrolink station at 7 a.m. Wednesday.

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WUPD and Residential Life investigate window knocking disturbances on South 40

Residential Life and the Washington University Police Department are currently investigating a series of incidents involving unknown persons knocking on first floor windows of residential dorms on the South 40.

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WUPD to form student advisory group

Washington University Police Chief Mark Glenn will create a student advisory group to improve communications between the Washington University Police Department and the student body.

Ted Moskal | Contributing Reporter

TRUTH and SU host discussion on community policing

Teaching Racial Understanding Through Honesty and Student Union held a discussion on community policing with police leaders from the Washington University Policy Department, the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department and Washington University faculty and administration in Umrath Lounge Oct. 17.

Kathleen White | News Editor

From the passenger’s seat: A night with WUPD

In light of Student Life’s reporting on recent crime in the area, WUPD offered to let a reporter ride along with an officer for a night. The following is an account of what happened on Thursday, Oct. 4.

Noah Slaughter | Contributing Reporter

City of Clayton mayor releases letter responding to investigation of police actions during IHOP incident

In the letter, Sanger explained the findings of the independent investigation into the situation launched by the mayor’s office and the Board of Aldermen. In the report, Sanger outlined his belief that the police officers involved acted properly, citing that some of the students were carrying IHOP to-go bags, were walking from the general area of the restaurant and were the only visible people on the street.

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Carjacking incident reported on Pershing Avenue

Another carjacking incident was reported on the 6000 block of Pershing Avenue Thursday night.

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