Crime Alerts - Archived

The following Crime Alerts have been posted:


Type of Alert: Crime Warning
Incident Date/Time: 2017-03-17 4:05 PM
Type of Notice: Initial Notice
Building or Area: Avent Ferry Complex D/E/F
Street or Location: Fort Fisher Hall Parking Lot
Updated Details: **Crime Warning Update**

Authorities made an arrest today for the armed robbery of a cab driver in the Fort Fisher Hall parking lot on Avent Ferry Road last week.

Tyrin Daquan Stubbs, who is not affiliated with the university, was charged with one count of armed robbery, and one count of assault with a deadly weapon (knife) and has been placed in the Wake County Jail.

University Police are seeking a second suspect, described only as a black male wearing a black t-shirt and black pants on the date of the incident.
Incident Details: University Police has received a report of an armed robbery that occurred at approximately 4:05 pm at the Fort Fischer Hall parking lot. A cab driver reported that to the Raleigh Police Department that he was robbed by two black males. The suspects were last seen walking towards Western Blvd on Avent Ferry Rd. There were no injuries reported but a knife was displayed by one of the suspects.

Both suspects were wearing all black clothing, including hoodies. One of suspects had a burn mark on his face and was walking with a limp.


The campus community is always encouraged to take the following steps to keep themselves safe:

- Assailants are more likely to target individuals walking alone, on darkened or unlit paths, or who are distracted by headphones or activities such as texting.

- Walk in groups whenever possible, especially at night.

-Safety Escort Services and public transportation are available as alternatives to walking. Individuals can contact Safety Escort Services at 919-515-3000.

- If you feel unsafe in any situation, trust your instinct and contact University Police immediately to report suspicious activities or crimes on campus by calling 911 or 919-515-3000

In compliance with the Timely Notice provisions of the Federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Police and Campus crime Statistics Act of 1998, Campus Police are giving notice of a disturbing act of violence. Please share the information contained in this crime warning with other people on campus who may not have seen it.


Type of Alert: Crime Warning
Incident Date/Time: 2015-04-02 9:00 PM
Type of Notice: Initial Notice
Building or Area: Fraternity Court
Incident Details: NCSU WolfAlert - Crime Warning

At approximately 9:00 pm, the NCSU Police Department was notified of an attempted robbery that had just occurred at Fraternity Court. The male student victim was assaulted by the two suspects as they attempted to take his cell phone. The victim received only minor injuries. A weapon was implied, but not seen. The NCSU Police Department responded and apprehended one suspect, but the other suspect is still at large.

The suspect at large is described as a Hispanic male wearing a hoodie, athletic shorts, tennis shoes, last seen traveling towards Varsity Drive on foot from Fraternity Court.

If anyone sees this individual or has information about this incident, please contact the NCSU Police Department at 919-515-3000.


The campus community is always encouraged to take the following steps to keep themselves safe:

- Assailants are more likely to target individuals walking alone, on darkened or unlit paths, or who are distracted by headphones or activities such as texting.
- Walk in groups whenever possible, especially at night.
- Safety Escort Services and public transportation are available as alternatives to walking. Individuals can contact Safety Escort Services at 919-515-3000.
- If you feel unsafe in any situation, trust your instinct and contact University Police immediately to report suspicious activities or crimes on campus by calling 911 or 919-515-3000

In compliance with the Timely Notice provisions of the Federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Police and Campus crime Statistics Act of 1998, Campus Police are giving notice of a disturbing act of violence. Please share the information contained in this crime warning with other people on campus who may not have seen it.


Type of Alert: Crime Warning
Incident Date/Time: 2015-03-05 3:15 AM
Type of Notice: Initial Notice
Building or Area: North Hall
Updated Details: The NC State University Police Department has made an arrest in the reported burglary that occurred on 3/5/15 at North Hall.

Remi Agajainan Reed, Jr. was developed as a suspect today through video footage obtained from North Hall. NC State detectives recognized Reed from a 2014 incident in which he was a person of interest in a misdemeanor case at North Hall.

Reed was interviewed today and subsequently charged with first degree burglary and taken before a Wake County magistrate and placed in the Wake County Detention Center. Bond information is unavailable at this time.
Incident Details: Wolf Alert - Burglary at North Hall

At approximately 3:15 AM on 3/5/15, a resident of North Hall reported to University Police that they were awoken by a black male that had entered their room and was going through a dresser drawer. The suspect fled the area in an unknown direction after being confronted by the resident of the room. The suspect is described as being in his 20's and wearing an orange shirt and khaki pants.

The campus community is always encouraged to take the following steps to keep themselves safe:

- Assailants target residences where doors and windows are left unlocked or unsecured. Always lock residence doors and windows when at home and when you leave.

- Assailants may try to gain access into a residence by using force or deception. Don't open your door for or let someone in your residence that you don't know.

- If you feel unsafe in any situation, trust your instinct and contact University Police immediately to report suspicious activities or crimes on campus by calling 911 or 919-515-3000.

In compliance with the Timely Notice provisions of the Federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Police and Campus crime Statistics Act of 1998, Campus Police are giving notice of a disturbing act of violence. Please share the information contained in this crime warning with other people on campus who may not have seen it.


Anyone with information about this/these incident(s) should contact the University Police Department at (919) 515-3000.

Additional Safety Information


Safety Tips:

  • Always walk in well-lighted areas at night.
  • Don't walk alone after hours, use the Safety Escort at (919) 515-3000
  • Report suspicious activity to the Police immediately