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Campus Area Crime Map May 8 – May 14

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Google Crime Map, Photo Illustration by Mitch Hooper | Engagement Editor

 

1.) A sexual assault was reported near Ohio State’s campus. The incident reportedly occurred on May 10. (Not Pictured on Map)
 
2.) Near Ohio Stadium, three male students and one non-affiliated male were arrested on charges of “obstructing official business.” The incident reportedly occurred about 3 a.m. on May 8.
 
3.) A non-affiliated man was arrested on charges of possessing drug-abuse instruments near University Hospital East. The incident reportedly occurred about 2:30 p.m. on May 8.
 
4.) An attempted theft from motor vehicle occurred near East 18th Avenue and North Pearl Street on May 8. The victim interrupted the two suspect’s attempt and the victim recovered her property.
 
5.) An alleged assault at Newport Music Hall occurred May 7 about 11 p.m at the Chief Keef concert. Following the incident, a report was made on May 9. The report states that the victim claimed to be punched in the face and choked by the security guard while being grabbed by the legs by another individual and thrown out the door.
 
6.) Reports of criminal damaging occurred near West Eighth Avenue and North High Street about 4:30 a.m. on May 8. The victim stated an unknown suspect threw a rock into the victim’s basement window before fleeing the scene. No evidence or suspect information is available.
 
7.) An alleged trespassing occurred at High Five Neighborhood Market on North High Street about 6 p.m. on Saturday. The suspect entered the business while intoxicated and began threatening other customers before being removed by police officers.
 
8.) An alleged motor vehicle theft occurred at the Varsity Inn OSU South on Olentangy River Road about 1 a.m. on May 13. The victim stated that while inside his motel room, a friend took his keys and stole the car.
 
Note: Crimes featured on the map do not represent the full extent of criminal activity in the campus area.

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