September Crime Reports

Below is an abridged list of items listed on the RUSVM Incident Report System in September 2011. We publish this list because it is currently only available to RUSVM students — not their family members or friends, or others living on St. Kitts who would benefit from this information.

Friday, Sep. 30, 2011
  • Earle Mourne 4:20 PM: DOG ATTACK: While walking her dog in the neighborhood at Earle Mournes, the neighbors’ two dogs jumped over the fencing and were about attack the dog and her. An oncoming vehicle drove by, the driver saw what was about to happen, blew the horn continuously in an effort to distracted the dogs which deemed to be successful. Officer Belle was dispatched to the scene to conduct investigations. No personal injuries were sustained.

Thursday, Sep. 29, 2011
  • Fortlands (time unknown): VEHICLE BURGLARY: Student made a report about 10.30pm on September 29, 2011. He stated parking his vehicle at his residence in Fortlands and approximately 7.30 am the following day he noticed that the car was entered and searched. Nothing was stolen, as it is not normal practice to leave anything in the car. The student was advised to lock the vehicle but indicated the lock is damaged. He also reported that the Saturday prior, his neighbor’s car was burglarized and the battery stolen.
Monday, Sep. 26, 2011
  • Horizons 12:21 AM: ALARM TRIGGERED: Security Dispatch received call from a US Security monitoring company, reporting the activation of an alarm at Horizon’s Villa residence occupied by faculty member. Ross mobile patrol was alerted and immediately went on mission to investigate the matter. Meanwhile, the faculty member was contacted and confirmed to Ross Security that it was an accidental incident that caused the alarm to be triggered. Further investigation into the matter was discontinued.
Saturday, Sep. 24, 2011
  • Fortlands 2:50 PM: VEHICLE BURGLARY: The mobile patrol responded to report made by one (1) 2nd semester student who claimed that her car battery was discovered missing from her vehicle, which at the time was parked on her premises. The value of the battery is $400.00EC. No other contents from the vehicle were reported missing. The matter was reported to SGT Wallace of the Basseterre Police Station for further investigation.
Friday, Sep. 23, 2011
  • Bird Rock (time unknown): MALICIOUS DAMAGES: It has been reported, while a student was celebrating his birthday he became intoxicated and on arrival to his apartment, he smashed one (1) glass table and two (2) mirrors. However, the student was very uncooperative and decided to lock himself away in his bedroom for a while. He was later transported by the police to the JNF Hospital to be treated for self-inflicted minor injuries to his hand. Officer Belle was dispatched to the scene and there he met three police officers.
Monday, Sep. 19, 2011
  • Camps 3:45 AM: HOUSE BREAKING: At about 03:35am, a male dark in complexion, dressed in dark clothing, was seen by a student walking away from her home after it was broken into. She was awakened to strange sounds from the beaded curtain at the front door. She also recalled securing her home, only leaving windows to the West slightly opened. The burglar cut the screen from the open window and gained entry and was only able to go away with Ec $250.00 from her roommate’s room. Police are investigating the matter.
Friday, Sep. 16, 2011
  • Halfmoon Bay 7:00 AM: CAR BREAKING: Report was received from 4th Semester Student of Halfmoon Bay claiming to have parked her car at her home on Thursday 15th Sept. 2011, at 20:00hrs and retired to bed. On the following day at about 07:00hrs, she went to her car and discovered that someone broke into her car and stole a number of items. Items missing were: (1) Ipod connector, CDs, Car fuse and a jack. She also stated, the person(s) entered the car by opening the back door and damage the door handle in the process.
Saturday, Sep. 10, 2011
  • Frigate Bay 1:00 PM: MISSING VEHICLE: A student called from Bird Rock to report driving on the road between Half Moon Bay and Frigate Bay when her vehicle developed problem . She contacted her mechanic who did not come within reasonable time so she free wheeled the vehicle to the side of the road and left it there. At 10 pm on Sept. 9th, she returned to find that the vehicle was not where she parked it but rather was towed to the Frigate Bay outpost for safe keeping.
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