North Carolina Central University
1801 Fayetteville St.
Durham, NC 27707
Crime Alert Archive
June 2013 Monthly Crime / Incident Bulletin
McDougald–McLendon Gymnasium and Shepard Library (Breaking and Entering and Felonious Larcenies)
NCCU Police Department investigated multiple larcenies that occurred at McDougald–McLendon Gymnasium and the James E. Shepard Memorial Library. The first larceny occurred at the gymnasium on Dec. 18, 2012, and the last reported larceny by this suspect occurred at the Shephard Library in March 2013. The suspect was identified and arrested on March 26. He was charged with one count of felonious breaking and entering, seven counts of felonious larceny and two counts of Misdemeanor Larceny. He was trespassed from NCCU.
Crime Alert #44 (Larceny of Cell Phones) Update
On April 26, the larceny of a cell phone occurred off-campus near Merrick and Dupree streets. There have been similar cases reported to NCCU Police Department. These crimes were investigated by NCCU Police Department. Some of the suspects were identified and arrested for unrelated charges. They were trespassed from NCCU.
Eagle Landing (Breaking and Entering and Felonious Larceny)
On May 10, NCCU Police officers received a report of suspicious males attempting to break into a suite in Eagle Landing. Officers apprehended several males (nonstudents) on a street adjacent to the residence hall. Three of the suspects were carrying property that was reported stolen several hours later. NCCU Police obtained warrants for all three suspects. They were arrested and each was charged with breaking and entering and felonious larceny. They were trespassed from NCCU. All of the suspects were considered armed and dangerous.
Crime Alert #45 (iPhone Scam) Update
On June 4, NCCU Police received multiple reports of an iPhone scam on campus. This case was investigated by NCCU Police Department. The suspect was identified and had several outstanding warrants for his arrest for unrelated violent crimes in another state. On June 7, he was arrested and has since been extradited from North Carolina to face triple homicide charges, assaults on law enforcement officers, and robbery charges. He was trespassed from NCCU. He was considered armed and dangerous.