The 20-year-old Longmeadow native allegedly raped a female student in 2013 on the Campus Center lawn.
A man was reported jumping into traffic near 739 N. Pleasant St. early Friday morning, but he left before police arrived.
APD responded to a call at Stackers Pub of a woman refusing to leave and spitting on the floor just before 6 p.m., but she left before police arrived.
Two men were arrested early Sunday morning after refusing to leave a party on College Street and attempting to fight both males and females.
Two men face charges for reportedly causing property damage at Monkey Bar after bouncers denied them entry Saturday morning.
A status hearing is scheduled for Wednesday, November 18, at 9 a.m. in Hampshire Superior Court.
Caleb Womack, 20, of Windsor Locks, Connecticut, faces three counts of aggravated rape for his alleged involvement in raping a former UMass student in her Pierpont Hall dorm room.
The alleged armed robbery took place Friday night in the area of Brandywine Apartments.
The man showed .380-caliber handgun stored in the trunk of his car to two fellow employees at the end of a shift on Oct. 22.
The sophomore is due back in court Dec. 8 for a pretrial hearing regarding charges stemming from an altercation at a February house party.
Some students questioned the effectiveness of residential security systems and the ease of access to campus.
A woman raped on campus in 2012 has accused the University of violating her Title IX rights, citing negligence on behalf of the school and two of its employees.
The Dalton man made threats to his ex-girlfriend and the UMass campus hours after the campus shooting at Umpqua Community College in Oregon.
Interim chief of police Patrick Archbald told the Gazette that the suspect in the Sept. 19 incident has been identified but not charged.
Liccardi, 21, was found guilty of two counts of aggravated rape and one additional count of rape by a jury in September.
Jesse Carrillo, 27, was charged with involuntary manslaughter and distributing heroin on Monday afternoon.
The alleged thief ran from UMass campus after taking student’s cell phone.
Police are hopeful that discussing the issue of drug abuse acts as a first step in finding a solution.
The UMass Police Department reported no change in its arrest rate after controversial program’s suspension.