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  • UMD Police Make Quick Arrest in Off-Campus Assault

    On October 28, 2012 at approximately 2:40 a.m.

  • Hurricane Sandy

    Dear University of Maryland Community, Hurricane Sandy is expected to begin affecting UMD College Park on Monday.  The campus administration is working together to ensure the safety of students, faculty and staff and to mitigate the impact of the storm.  Please view Provost Rankin's message to the University Community at Please consider the following tips and precautions:

  • Quick Arrest in Attempted Off-Campus Theft

    On October 19, 2012 at 8:30 p.m.

  • Quick Arrest in the 10/17/12 Cell Phone Snatching in Lot 1D

    Arrest Update - October 17, 2012: As a result of their investigation, University Police detectives identified an address in Hyattsville as the possible location of the phone taken from a UMD student in this afternoon's phone snatching incident in Lot 1D. Their continued investigation at the Hyattsville address led to the arrest of a 15 year old juvenile male for the crime. Several items were recovered linking the juvenile to the crime

  • Arrest Update to 10/10/12 Off Campus Robbery

    Update - 10/14/12 The Prince George's County Police District 1 Robbery Suppression Team has made an arrest in these cases. Investigators have arrested and charged a juvenile male for the offense. A black bb gun was recovered along with the victim's cell phone. For further information, please view  

  • Criminal Charges Filed In September Theft

      CRIMINAL CHARGES FILED IN SEPTEMBER THEFT College Park, MD – On October 3, 2012 University of Maryland Police investigators applied for and received criminal charges against Michael Charles Manley Jr., 25, of Gambrills, Maryland for his involvement in a theft at the University of Maryland book store in the Adele H. Stamp Student Union  on September 12 and September 17, 2012.

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