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TCU police see increase in burglary reports

first_imgLindsey Follis is a senior sports broadcasting major and journalism minor from Southern California. She enjoys watching sports, spending time with her family and traveling the world. Lindsey hopes to cover sports professionally in the future. Facebook World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution ReddIt Twitter printMiscellaneous items found in stolen vehicle of TCU student.Photo: Makayla SoriaThe TCU police department has tightened patrol measures after an increase of students had their vehicles and homes broken into.The vast majority of the students’ cases have occurred around the Bluebonnet area, specifically on Winston Road and Jeanette Drive.  TCU Police reports as of October 2018 show that there were 20 on-campus burglaries in 2017, 19 in 2016 and 17 in 2015. Updates on 2018 have yet to come out.Saby Sahoo, a senior computer science and finance double-major, lives on Winston Road. His house has been robbed twice since August, once while he and his roommates were at home watching television. They heard the door slam and although his roommate chased the robber outside, it was too late, Sahoo said. The man had a car waiting and got away, he said. Saby’s roommate had an Apple watch, his iPhone and another watch stolen that night.  To prevent car theft and home burglaries, students need to lock their car/home, close the windows and install a security system, TCU Vice Chancellor of Public Safety Adrian Andrews said. The other occurrence at Saby’s house happened before this semester in early January. Saby’s other roommate had his car parked in the driveway and it was broken into. Two pairs of sunglasses were stolen from the vehicle. People who have left valuables in their cars are targeted, Andrews said. Makayla Soria, a junior nursing major, lives on Jeanette Drive. Her car was stolen the night of the TCU-Ohio State football game at AT&T Stadium back in September. A student identification card of Yuritzy Murillo was found in a backpack in Makayla Soria’s stolen car.Photo: Makayla SoriaSoria’s car was missing for four days and the police found it about 10 miles away from her house. All of the windows were down when the car was discovered and it was raining very hard so the inside was ruined. Items in the car identified the robber. There was a car seat in the backseat as well as a backpack that had a student ID of a girl who attended Paschal High. In the trunk, there were knives and other suspicious items.Crime reports in the third quarter of 2018 had a total of 1,137 burglaries in the city of Fort Worth, according to Fort Worth Police Department (FWPD). Of the 1,137 cases, 730 of them were at residences. In the same reports, there were 737 instances of vehicle theft and 1,445 thefts from vehicles. Compared to 2017, burglary has decreased 18.2 percent. Vehicle theft has increased 12 percent and theft from vehicles has decreased 34.9 percent. FWPD would not release arrest records per request. FWPD has made several arrests since the burglaries occurred, Andrews said. Officers at TCU have been alerted to the problem and have conducted more patrols in the targeted areas. If you need to report a crime, you can do it through the TCUPD website.  Miscellaneous items discovered in TCU student’s stolen vehicle. Lindsey Follishttps://www.tcu360.com/author/lindsey-follis/ Facebook What we’re reading: Yemen facing threats Baseball welcomes struggling California team this weekend Baseball welcomes Kentucky to start season ReddIt Welcome TCU Class of 2025 Lindsey Follishttps://www.tcu360.com/author/lindsey-follis/ Lindsey Follishttps://www.tcu360.com/author/lindsey-follis/ Linkedin Equestrian kicks off the spring season close to home Linkedin TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Previous articleWomen’s basketball overcome second half​ deficit to defeat Red Raiders 70-63Next articleReview: ‘The Favourite’ could be snubbed at Oscars, but clearly deserves recognition Lindsey Follis RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR + posts Lindsey Follis Twitter Lindsey Follishttps://www.tcu360.com/author/lindsey-follis/last_img read more

Spanish Navy’s ‘Tarifa’ Sails to Cantabrian Sea and Gran Sol

first_img September 3, 2014 View post tag: Naval View post tag: europe View post tag: Gran Sol The Spanish Navy’s patrol vessel ‘Tarifa’ yesterday started a journey from Cartagena towards the waters of the Cantabrian Sea and Gran Sol to participate in two fisheries inspection campaigns lasting for 40 days. Back to overview,Home naval-today Spanish Navy’s ‘Tarifa’ Sails to Cantabrian Sea and Gran Sol Spanish Navy’s ‘Tarifa’ Sails to Cantabrian Sea and Gran Sol View post tag: Cantabrian Sea View post tag: Sailscenter_img View post tag: Tarifa View post tag: Navy First, it will take part in the “Pelagic” campaign, framed within the JDP EFCA (European Fisheries Control Agency) during which it will monitor, control and conduct inspection of regulated fishery pelagic species (herring, mackerel, horse mackerel, anchovy and blue whiting) in the Bay of Biscay. Portuguese, French and Spanish fishing inspectors will be included in this phase.Then the vessel will engage in the “Quadripartite” campaign in which the patrol member states (Ireland, UK, France and Spain) conduct programs of control, inspection and surveillance in these waters, extending from the Bay of Biscay to the south west of Ireland (Gran Sol). During this second phase, the vessel will have the support of an Irish, English and two Spanish fisheries inspector.The vessel is scheduled to make stops in the port of Cork, Ireland.[mappress]Naval Today Staff, September 03, 2014; Image: Spanish Navy Authorities View post tag: Spanish Navy View post tag: News by topic Share this articlelast_img read more