Category - Stolen Vehicle With Recovery

19-0104

On 04/29/2019, at 9:22 AM, Augusta University Police responded to a report of juveniles on golf carts driving on Laney Walker Blvd.  Responding officers found the juveniles off of Laney Walker Blvd and Marks St. driving...

19-0103

On 04/29/2019, at 9:45 AM, Augusta University Police responded to the Augusta University Greenblatt Library in reference to stolen and recovered golf carts.  The complainant/witness reported seeing four juveniles in...

17-0217

On 08/25/2017, at 9:35 AM, Augusta University Police responded to the University Village Apartment Complex in reference to a stolen vehicle.  The victim stated he parked his silver 2002 Mitsubishi Galant in front of...

17-0215

On 08/24/2017, at 3:45 PM, Augusta University Police responded to the Academy of Richmond County High School in reference to a found AU golf cart.  Investigation identified the golf cart was Augusta University vehicle...

17-0204

On 08/16/2017, at 3:37 AM, Augusta University Police responded to Anderson Avenue and Magnolia Lane in reference to stolen golf cart, and met with Richmond County Deputies, who stopped the vehicle, but the driver fled...

17-0198

On 08/14/2017, at 10:14 AM, Augusta University Police met with a complainant in reference to a stolen golf cart.  The complainant stated she parked the vehicle on 08/11/17, in Parking Deck #8 on the first level.  She...

17-0143

On 06/09/2017, at 3:45 PM, Augusta University Police responded to a report of a stolen ambulance from the AU Medical Center Ambulance Bay.  Officers discovered that a released patient from EMS had taken the Gold Cross...

17-0011

On 01/17/2017, at 11:22 AM, Augusta University Police was notified of a missing Club Car Golf Cart #700 that was parked behind the AU Sanders Research and Education Building.  At 12:23 PM, the Richmond County Sheriff’s...

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