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B Four first-degree burglaries
and two attempted burglaries at
Willow Terrace Apartments in
-Chapel Hill were reported to the
Chapel Hill Police Department
All the burglaries were reported
Tuesday morning and apparently
occurred late Monday night or
early Tuesday morning.
Chapel Hill police planner Jane
Cousins said the suspect in all the
burglaries got into or tried to get
into the residences through win
dows. The thief gained entry into
those apartments where windows
were open, she said.
In all the burglaries, the thief
just took cash, Cousins said.
Police are not releasing the
amount of money taken in the
Police have not determined yet
if the burglaries were committed
by one person or one group, and
the investigation into the incidents
is continuing, she said.
Damage to the apartments that
were robbed was minimal and was
estimated at $30 in two of the
a Another residential burglary
was reported Tuesday by a Stinson
Street resident. Someone entered
the house and took several items,
including cash. Damage to the
house was estimated at $25.
B A resident of Lakeview
Trailer Park in Chapel Hill
reported Tuesday that someone
entered a trailer he owned and
took an air conditioner from the
window. He said he had no idea
who could have taken the air
conditioner from the trailer.
a A UNC student who lives at
the Delta Delta Delta house at 407
E. Franklin St. reported an
attempted larceny from her car
According to police reports, the
complainant said she had left her
car parked, with the emergency
brake applied, the transmission in
park and one door unlocked.
When she returned to the park
ing lot she found that her car had
slid along the length of another
car's rear bumper before rolling
back into the rear door of a third
The glove box and interior of
the car had been ransacked, and
the perpetrator apparently took
the car out of gear and released
the brake, causing the car to roll
downhill 50 feet.
B A resident of Mt. Bolus Road
reported Tuesday that his car was
broken into and robbed while it
was parked behind the post office
at 179 E. Franklin St. The thief
caused damage to the 1982 Accord
and took a briefcase.
B Two bike robberies that
occurred last week were reported
to Chapel Hill police Tuesday.
A resident of Jackson Circle
reported that her bike was stolen
last Friday while it was parked at
the bike rack in front of the
Columbia Street Bakery and
Coffeehouse. The bike was valued
A UNC student reported Tues
day that her bike was stolen last
week while it was parked at the
municipal parking lot on East
Rosemary Street. The bike was
chained to a tree, and was valued
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I he adorable puppy in the win
dow and the pitiful stray kit
ten are two typical tempta
tions to animal-loving students.
However, students need to consider '
the responsibilities involved in pet
care before they commit themselves
as pet owners.
Students should realize they can't
just pick up a stray pet and keep it,
said Elma Rae Johnson, director of
animal control for Orange County.
Students must report finding stray
animals to the Orange County
Animal Shelter within three days, or
they will be breaking state law.
The law's purpose is to help
owners locate lost pels. Someone
may be worried about his pet and
never find it if people don't report
lost animals, Johnson said.
One major responsibility of a pet
owner is rabies vaccination, Johnson
said. "Once a dog or cat is over 4
months old, they can receive rabies
shots," she said.
The Orange County Animal Con
trol Center sponsors low-cost rabies
vaccination clinics; each vaccination
costs $4.50, Johnson said. The cen
ter may have one such clinic in
The next step is to license the pet
according to local ordinances, John
son said. In Chapel Hill, the license
for an unsterilized dog costs $11.50,
a sterilized dog $9, an unsterilized
cat $3, and a sterilized cat $2. ,
A name tag is also a necessity,
said Barbara Long, acting manager
of the animal shelter. 44 An identifica
tion tag is the best way to make sure
your pet is returned if lost," she said.
The animal shelter offers free tags to
Students living in apartments
should remember to pay their pet
deposit, if one is required, Long
said. Otherwise, the pet andor the
student may get kicked out.
Also, students must have ade
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cially dogs, Long said. "Properly
caring for a dog, which includes
exercising the dog every day,
involves up to two hours a day," she
said. "Cats are sometimes better pets
for students because they don't
require as much exercise and may be
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"A lot of people don't realize the
responsibility involved in owning a
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"When you go away on weekends
you have to leave your cat, often
assuming that a roommate will care
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tions is also a problem for dog
owners. "I couldn't go anywhere
because I couldn't take extended
trips or vacations without finding
someone to take care of my two
dogs," said Lin Brumley, a fifth-year
senior political science peace, war
and defense major from Chapel Hill.
As long as students are willing to
accept the responsibilities that go
along with owning a pet, keeping
one can be a pleasure. "A pet pro
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