Administrative coordinator killed in murder-suicide

Katrina Banks, administrative coordinator for Office of Undergraduate Research at Washington University, was killed, along with her teenage son, in a murder-suicide by her fiance, Dornubari Dugbor, last Thursday.

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Two arrests made on December robberies near Danforth campus

Over winter break, the University City Police Department made two arrests related to Dec. 6 armed robberies.

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Two armed robberies near Danforth Campus, suspects still at large

Two armed robberies near Danforth Campus, west of Forsyth Boulevard and near Eastgate Avenue, were reported Wednesday night.

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Semester sees 50 percent spike in campus bike theft

The Washington University Police Department recorded an almost 50 percent increase in campus bike thefts during the months of September and October.

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Rise in off-campus bike, car theft leads to WUPD safety notices

Theft has increased substantially in the Skinker DeBaliviere neighborhood directly bordering Washington University’s Danforth Campus over the past year.

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WU employee carjacked at gunpoint

A Washington University employee was carjacked at gunpoint early Monday morning on Duncan Avenue in the Central West End, near the Genome Institute at the University.

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Former student to face felony charges over crimes committed on WU campus

Donnie Koonce, a former Washington University student who went by Rhett during his time at the University, is facing charges for photographing three women under their clothing without their permission.

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Clery Report shows decrease in arrests, referrals

Washington University’s recent released 2014 Clery Report showed a decrease in arrests and referrals on campus.

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Rewriting a history of crime: Police propose combining crime statistics from St. Louis County, city

St. Louis may no longer be one of America’s most dangerous cities, if two local police chiefs get their way with the numbers. In April, the FBI plans to open conversations on a proposal to merge crime statistics from the St.

Evening robbery near campus raises student concern with crime alert system

University City is continuing to investigate last week’s robbery on Kingsbury Blvd. that has raised concern among students who live nearby but never received a crime notification about it. Last Sunday night at about 7 p.m., a male student said he was walking on the 6600 block of Kingsbury when he was knocked to the ground and punched by a suspect.

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