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​LARCENIES FROM VEHICLES

Incident Dates: May 31st, June 2nd, and June 4th

Description of Suspect(s): Three males in their late teens, 2 with medium builds, 1 heavy set.  Two had braided hair. One wearing a baseball cap. Wearing dark colored clothing.

Incident Description: Suspects enter campus from Hucley Avenue during the evening hours looking through car windows and attempt to gain access.  A rock was used on one vehicle.  The suspects stole cell phones and a laptop computer.

The incidents are being investigated by the Office of Safety and Security and the Providence Police.  Extra plain clothed officers are being deployed.

Report any unusual activity to 401-865-2222.

Secure valuables in your trunk when possible and lock your vehicles.

​SEXUAL ASSAULT

Location: Oakland Avenue

Incident Date: May 3, 2014 (early morning hours)

Description of Suspect(s):   Suspect Information

 

Incident Description: This incident does not involve Providence College Students

This incident is being investigated by the Providence Police

​DEGREE SEXUAL ASSAULT

Incident Date: May 2, 2014, at approximately 1:00 am

Location: Admiral Street - east of Huxley (near fire station)

Description of Suspect(s): 1 male, approximately 6 feet tall, weight 150 lbs. between 30-40 years of age, dark skinned.

Incident Description: Complainant was walking on Admiral Street and encountered the suspect who was walking a brown/grey pit bull. The suspect touched her sexually.  She was able to leave the scene and reported the incident to the Office of Safety and Security.

This incident is being investigated by the Providence Police and the College's Office of Safety and Security

If you have any information and/or questions about this incident please contact the Office of Safety and Sceurity.

 

​Assault and Sexual Assault

Incident Date:  Occurred: Sunday, April 27, 2014 (Early Morning hours)

​Location:   Davis Hall

Reported to Providence Police: April 27, 2014

Providence Police requested information from Providence College Safety and Security on their investigation Monday, April 28, 2014, through Wednesday, April 20, 2014.

Physical Description of Suspect(s):  Two white males

Other information:  Complainant was a non-PC student visiting a friend in Davis Hall, reported to the Providence Police Department that she was assaulted in the Davis Hall elevator and brought to an unknown location is Davis Hall, possibly a dorm room, where she was sexually assaulted.

Anyone with information or who has concerns about this incident should contact the Office of Safety and Security and/or Providence Police

​HOME INVASION

Date/Time: Monday, March 31, 2014, at approximately 12:05 a.m.

Location: 112 Pinehurst Avenue (residents are students at Johnson & Wales University)

Description:  5 black males carrying guns with bandanas covering their faces.

Providence Police reported this incident to the College and they do not believe it was a random act. The suspects entered the home through a door that was broken and unsecured.

The circumstances surrounding this incident warrant a campus crime alert pursuant to the Jeanne Cleary Disclosure Act of 1998

​CRIME ALERT IMPORTANT UPDATE: 3/28/14

The suspect has been identified and is a student at a nearby College/University.

The Office of Safety and Security is taking appropriate action under the circumstances.

​CRIME REPORTED

Possible sexual assault involving the use of date rape drug or other substances.

The Office of Safety and Security received information regarding this incident on March 26, 2014, reported to have occurred the previous weekend in a residence hall.At this time, the only information available about the suspect is that he may be a student at a nearby College or University.  The circumstances surrounding this incident warrant a campus crime alert pursuant to the Jeanne Cleary Disclosure Act of 1998.

Providence College Safety and Security.

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