A roundup of crime logs in Chapel Hill from March 31 to April 1.
The motion to dismiss Pulawski’s charges also includes a request that either Bostelman be sanctioned for false testimony under oath or that the case be referred to the District Attorney’s office for a perjury investigation.
The Chancellor’s Advisory Committee met Wednesday to discuss new initiatives regarding public safety and the advancement of the University’s position as a leading global public research university, as well as discussing selections for a new interim faculty chairperson.
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On Saturday, a confederate group showed up to UNC's main campus near Silent Sam's former location in McCorkle Place. The group was joined by members armed with guns and knives who stood near Memorial Hall. UNC Police responded to the group's presence on campus, but made no arrest at the sight of the armed members.
Chapel Hill and Carrboro firefighters will be visiting the homes of Meals on Wheels recipients to complete safety checks of smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors.
Check out the Chapel Hill Police report roundup from Feb. 28 - March 3.
A study found that 91 percent of police agencies nationwide use social media to keep the public updated about concerns, and the Chapel Hill Police Department and UNC Police are both getting in on this trend.
The Chapel Hill Fire Department announced at 9:15 this morning that it charged five members of UNC's Pi Lambda Phi fraternity last week for tampering with smoke alarms in the fraternity house.
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There was residential structure fire near Southern Village on Sunday. The fire was put out before 4 p.m. and was mostly confined to the attic of the house.
“This has been a massive team effort, with hundreds of men and women involved. I hate the circumstances that led us to this point, but I can seek closure for Bobby and that’s very rewarding.”
A special committee made more than 30 recommendations on how to made N.C. public schools safer, which includes special address to active shooter threats.
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A roundup of police reports from Jan. 31 - Feb. 4.
“Ultimately, officers take an oath to defend the Constitution, to help people’s voices be heard, even when those chants are directed at us. I am very proud of how our officers responded. Very proud.”
Police are investigating a report that a male individual approached a female UNC student and exposed himself to her, according to an Alert Carolina email.
Chapel Hill Transit held a public meeting Tuesday to provide an update on the North-South Bus Rapid Transit plan. The BRT will be 8.2 miles long starting on Eubanks Road and ending in Southern Village.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency, North Carolina Department of Public Safety and nonprofits are still working to help survivors recover from the damage the hurricane caused.