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Photo by Max Smith / Sidelines Archive According to reports by MTSU Police, multiple auto burglaries have occurred on Greek Row and the surrounding area over the past several days. From Sept. 24 to Sept. 27, seven auto burglaries and thefts were reported to the MTSU Police by students who were parked in the Greek …

MTSU Police arrested a man on Aug. 23 at approximately 1:19 p.m. after he assaulted an unidentified victim in the Rutherford parking lot off of North Rutherford Boulevard. According to the report, witnesses stated to police that they saw the perpetrator, Gregore Dodson, 22, assault the victim in the parking lot. The victim then left …

Photo by Andy Heidt / MTSU News The MTSU Board of Trustees approved motions involving increased fees and tuitions and discussed incoming students and statistics on the university’s safety in their quarterly meeting on Monday. Stephen Smith, the chair of the Board of Trustees, began the meeting by explaining how much time and effort the …

Photo by Eric Goodwin / Assistant News Editor Officials from the City of Murfreesboro, officials from MTSU and owners and managers of private apartment complexes met on Thursday after the City and MTSU introduced strategies to fight crime in Murfreesboro. The officials who met on Thursday included Mayor Shane McFarland, MTSU President Sidney A. McPhee, City …

Photo by Eric Goodwin / Assistant News Editor A gathering of police officers, supporters and their loved ones paid tribute at the Murfreesboro Civic Plaza on Thursday to the nine Rutherford County law enforcement officers who have died since 1942 while serving their cities. The service, aligning with the customs of the National Peace Officers Memorial Day established in 1962 by …

The MTSU Crime Stoppers are actively pursuing a tipster to reward them for an indictment made from their report and encourage the tipster to speak up. Crime Stoppers released the following statement Thursday morning: Back on August 11th of this year, MTSU Crime Stoppers released a campus wide e-mail alert seeking the campus community’s help …