Police Files: March 21

By Natalie Popovski

Counterfeit money used at Pioneer Food Court

On March 6, OUPD was dispatched to the Oakland Center to meet with a representative from Chartwells. The representative stated that $10 in counterfeit money was used in the Pioneer Food Court. The female suspect was not on scene when police arrived, but had made contact with the representative prior to OUPD’s arrival. The suspect told the Chartwells representative that the money was given to her as change from a Panera Bread located on Hall Road. The representative provided police with the name of the suspect and gave police the counterfeit money. Police kept the counterfeit money as evidence.

Student’s vehicle damaged while parked

On March 14, a female victim reported to OUPD that her vehicle had been damaged. The victim stated that she had parked her vehicle in parking lot 37 at noon. Upon returning to her vehicle at  approximately 1:07 p.m., she noticed that an unknown suspect had scratched the hood of her vehicle. The victim told police that she has no idea who might have damaged her vehicle.