Police Beat

Attempted robbery reported at 6200 block of Clemens

An attempted robbery was reported at the 6200 block of Clemens Avenue at approximately 10 p.m., Nov. 22.

| Senior Editor

Safety working group outlines initial proposals to students

Executive Vice Chancellor Hank Webber presented the initial recommendations of the public safety working group to students, Nov 19.

Curran Neenan | News Editor

Attempted armed robbery reported at 6300 block of McPherson Avenue

A Washington University faculty member and his wife were walking down McPherson Avenue when a male subject passed them, turned around and displayed a handgun.

| Senior News Editor

Two incidents reported on Westminster Boulevard

Two burglaries were reported on Westminster Boulevard Wednesday. The Washington University Police Department sent a security memo at approximately 11:50 a.m. Thursday morning about the two incidents.

| Senior News Editor

WUPD to send security memos and bulletins campus-wide

All members of the Danforth Campus community will now receive security memos and informational bulletins from the Washington University Police Department, WUPD chief Mark Glenn announced in an email Tuesday.

Curran Neenan | News Editor

Robberies reported at 6100 block of Waterman Boulevard

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

| Senior News Editor

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.

News Editors

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.

| Senior News Editor

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.

| Senior News Editor

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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