Police blotter: April 9 – April 15

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Thomas Yang | Assistant Visual Editor

U.S. District Judge J. Nicholas Ranjan said there was no evidence to suggest Rosfeld’s resignation was coerced under duress.

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Police recorded nothing in the crime log for April 9 – April 11.

Sunday, April 12

12:31 a.m. Pitt police assisted City police with a criminal mischief that occurred on the 300 block of Atwood Street.

Police recorded nothing in the crime log for Monday, April 13.

Tuesday, April 14

10:35 a.m. City police reported a drug law violation that occurred on Jan. 14 at Forbes Avenue and McKee Place.

10:44 a.m. City police reported a robbery that occurred on Feb. 29 at Fifth Avenue and Atwood Street.

11:08 a.m. City police reported 3 liquor law violations for the month of February.

1:37 p.m. An individual reported a criminal mischief that occurred at 300 S. Bouquet St. 

6:05 p.m. Pitt police assisted City police with a verbal domestic that occurred on the 3300 block of Juliet Street.

Police recorded nothing in the crime log for Wednesday, April 15.

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