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Desmond Lamont Glover, a 20-year-old from Indianapolis, was arrested Monday night for multiple battery charges from an incident at USI housing.

Man charged with domestic violence at campus apartments

Riley Guerzini, Managing Editor February 25, 2019

An Indianapolis man was arrested by Vanderburgh County Sheriff's deputies Monday night for dating violence that occurred in the O'Daniel South Apartments. Twenty-year-old Demond Lamont Glover was...

Fingerprints found at USI help solve burglary case

Fingerprints found at USI help solve burglary case

Noah Alatza, News Editor December 25, 2018

The man arrested for leaving sexually explicit notes on vehicles belonging to USI students last fall has been arrested in connection to another crime. Aaron Otto, 32, of Newburgh, was arrested Dec....

University Boulevard was restricted to one lane for 20 minutes while deputies cleared the scene.

Man arrested on campus for warrant

Noah Alatza, News Editor December 6, 2018

A man discovered in the university's parking lot late Wednesday afternoon has been arrested. The Vanderburgh County Sheriff's Office took Brian J. Myers, 46, into custody on an outstanding warrant...

Racist flyers were ‘random act’

Racist flyers were ‘random act’

Noah Alatza, News Editor November 16, 2018

Racist flyers that were discovered in the university's parking lot Nov. 5 have been deemed a “random act,” according to Vanderburgh County Sheriff Dave Wedding. “There are these groups of people...

Rape reported on campus

Rape reported on campus

Noah Alatza, News Editor October 16, 2018

A rape was reported on campus Oct. 8. According to the USI Public Safety Incident Log, the incident occurred sometime between Oct. 6 and Oct. 7. The case was forwarded to a local law enforcement agency,...

Transition period going smoothly for new sheriffs deputies

Transition period going ‘smoothly’ for new sheriff’s deputies

Noah Alatza, News Editor October 16, 2018

The transition period of having Vanderburgh County sheriff's deputies regularly patrol campus has been going “extraordinarily well,” Director of Public Safety Steve Bequette said. “The impact...

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