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Subway employee claims order mishap led to physical altercation

A Mallinckrodt Center Subway employee says a four-minute-late order and payment dispute led to a customer throwing his unopened beverage at her shoulder. The Washington University Police Department is continuing to investigate the alleged altercation between a campus employee and Subway cashier over an order.

Two suspects confess to Sunday’s campus robbery

Two suspects brought in by University City Police on Monday made statements implicating themselves in the robbery that occurred Sunday evening near the Big Bend MetroLink Station. The suspects were taken into custody less than 24 hours after the robbery occurred, with assistance from Metro Security and the Washington University Police Department.

Robbery reported blocks from Big Bend MetroLink stop

Three individuals walking from the Big Bend MetroLink station toward Forsyth Boulevard were robbed around 8:25 p.m. Sunday evening, according to a crime alert sent to students two hours later.

Clayton police continue investigation into last week’s alleged on-campus sexual assault

Clayton police are continuing to investigate an alleged sexual assault that took place last week on the intramural athletic fields by the South 40. According to the Washington University Police Department’s crime log, a female student reported being assaulted by a man she met at a downtown St. Louis venue around 1:50 a.m. on Oct. 6.

Gunshots allegedly fired near University Terrace

University City police are investigating about 10 gunshots allegedly fired by the corner of Interdrive and Clemens Avenue Sunday evening. Police would not comment on the investigation, but nearby residents said the shots were fired in two bursts just before 9 p.m.

U. City investigation uncovers few details on alleged gunshots north of Loop

University City police are investigating about 10 gunshots allegedly fired by the corner of Interdrive and Clemens Avenue Sunday evening. Police would not comment on the ongoing investigation, but nearby residents said the shots were fired in two bursts just before 9 p.m.

Cluster of off-campus daytime robberies cause student safety concerns

Two armed robberies within a mile of the Danforth Campus in the last several days have left students increasingly aware of off-campus safety issues. Both robberies happened during the day, one at gunpoint and the other involving a pocket knife.

Wash. U. campus safety app nears beta launch but misses move-in deadline

While its campus-wide release may come several weeks later than anticipated, Washington University officials are confident that a new campus safety app will keep students and staff better informed and prepared for emergencies. The Washington University Police Department hoped the app would be available for students at the beginning of the semester.

Cell phone stolen at Forsyth and Skinker

A female walking on Forsyth Boulevard was robbed of her cell phone at approximately 1:50 p.m. Tuesday. According to the St. Louis Metro Police Department, the robbery took place on the sidewalk outside the Forsyth School. The victim was not associated with Washington University. The victim was not harmed, and no weapon was used.

Robbery reported on Forsyth

A female walking on Forsyth Boulevard was robbed of her cell phone at approximately 1:50 p.m. Tuesday. According to a crime advisory sent out to the Washington University community, the victim was approached from behind by a male on the 6200 block of Forsyth and asked to hand over her cell phone.

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