The Air Force Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (AFROTC) house is located in front of Alexander Library on College Avenue. Its cadets juggle everyday student responsibilities along with those that the program requires, such as attending weekly meetings.
The New Brunswick Police Department has updated a crime alert it issued on Tuesday regarding a robbery that occurred near Campbell Hall and said the incident was “unfounded.”
Workers from the Business and Auxiliary Services Department are responsible for the disposal of materials and items that are no longer deemed usable from all Rutgers campuses. They handle waste management in a way that is both environmentally friendly and responsible.
Paul Pappas, an Edison police officer, was arrested on Hiram Square in New Brunswick on charges of criminal mischief. Pappas has been stripped of both his gun and badge.
Located on College Avenue adjacent to Voorhees Mall, Ford Hall is one of the University's oldest buildings. Prior to its closure in 2013, it served as a co-ed residence hall for graduate students.
The Rutgers Police Department reported an aggravated assault and attempted sexual assault near Hickman Hall early Wednesday. The perpetrator is described as a white male, approximately 20 years old, wearing a black hooded sweatshirt.
Following a court approved search warrant, local police officers entered a home on Sicard Street this Saturday and found two imitation firearms — one resembled an assault rifle and the other resembled a handgun. No charges have been filed.
Two students from New Brunswick Middle School have been arrested following false gun threats. This comes on the heels of the shooting that occurred in Parkland, Florida, which made national headlines earlier this month.
Anthony Jones, an officer for the New Brunswick Police Department, has been suspended without pay following a four-man brawl that reportedly occurred inside Golden Rail — a popular New Brunswick bar — despite owners denying that the fight occurred.
Michael P. Knight, a 39-year-old man from Newark, New Jersey, has been sentenced to 22 years in a New Jersey state prison after admitting to the kidnapping and sexual assault of a Rutgers student in 2016.
A Rutgers-affiliated individual told police that he was assaulted by a group outside of an off-campus party on Delafield street.
According to a crime alert, the Rutgers student was outside of an off-campus party on Delafield Street at 12:43 a.m. when the assault took place. The incident is still being investigated and anyone with additional information is encouraged to contact the New Brunswick Police Department (NBPD).
Reports of a bear in the vicinity of The Quads on Livingston campus last night were confirmed by the Rutgers University Police Department (RUPD). The area has since been cleared.