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Thursday March 30th

Police log

  • A man was arrested Wednesday on charges of second degree trespassing in the Student Union, according to University police reports. Leamon Gerald Tapp Jr., 36, was arrested March 10 on similar charges, and he told police he was released from jail Monday, reports state. According to reports, Tapp's bail was set for $250 before he was transported to the Orange County Jail. His court date is set for April 4, reports state.
  • Kidzu Children's Museum at 105 E. Franklin St. was the victim of a breaking and entering that was reported Tuesday, Chapel Hill police reports state. According to reports, Someone entered the business and stole money from the register.
  • A UNC junior was arrested at 2:14 a.m. Wednesday on charges of driving while impaired, according to Chapel Hill police reports. Hiram King Jr., 20, was stopped at Merritt Mill Road, and his blood alcohol content was .19, reports state. King was released on written promise to appear in District Criminal Court on May 16.
  • An indecent exposure incident was reported at Culbreth Middle School on Monday, according to a restricted Chapel Hill police report. Reports state that a student exposed himself and inappropriately touched other students. The juvenile was served a juvenile petition, according to police.

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