University of Maryland Police responded to reports of Title IX-related suspicious activity, disorderly conduct, robbery and a non-criminal Title IX incident over the past week, according to police reports.

Title IX-related suspicious activity

On March 17 at 4:43 p.m., police responded to Eppley Recreation Center for a report of suspicious activity, according to police reports. An individual was possibly taking a video inside the men’s locker room, police spokeswoman Sgt. Rosanne Hoaas said.

Officers responded to the scene, but could not find the individual who had reportedly taken the video.

This case is suspended, Hoaas said.

Disorderly conduct

Police responded to Hornbake Library for a report of disorderly conduct on March 27 at 11:37 a.m., according to police reports. A female student was upset and was aggressive with her responses toward the staff, Hoaas said.

The woman left the room before the officer arrived, and the officer could not find her, Hoaas said. Library staff identified the woman to an officer on the scene, Hoaas said, and the woman was referred to the Office of Student Conduct. This case is active.


University Police responded to Knox Road on March 26 at 9:34 p.m. for a report of a robbery, according to police reports.

Two suspects took a man’s wallet on Hartwick Road, Prince George’s County Police spokesman Cpl. Lamar Robinson said.

County police responded to the scene at 9:45 p.m., but the suspects had fled in a tan four-door sedan, headed in an unknown direction. The passenger wore a ski mask and had a black handgun, Robinson said.

County police are investigating the incident.

Non-criminal Title IX incident

On March 28 at 7:38 a.m., police responded to the Service Building for a report of a non-criminal Title IX incident, according to police reports.

The incident was a domestic-related issue, and individuals involved were instructed to report the incident to a local police agency, Hoaas said.

This case is closed by exception.