Campus Safety

Weekly Safety Report

November 17 – 30, 2014

ASSIST OTHER AGENCY

November 22, 11:31 p.m. (Off Campus):  Campus Safety received a call from Salem Police Department regarding an office campus party and requested assistance in identifying students at the party.  The officer met with police at the location and had a conversation with the residents of the house.  Salem Police gave the residents 20 minutes to clear the house and shut down the party.  They were also given their last warning regarding incidents at the location. The officers observed over 100 people leaving the location before they cleared the scene.

November 30, 1:56 a.m. (Off Campus):  Campus Safety received a call from a student at their off campus residence stating that their roommate was missing and it appeared as if someone had broken in to their apartment and that the front door to the apartment was unlocked and slightly ajar.    The caller reported finding their roommate’s phone on the ground and several items knocked over within the residence.  The officer met with the student on scene and called Salem Police who arrived and conducted a search of the apartment where they discovered the roommate passed out in the bedroom.

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF

November 24, 11:41 a.m. (Eaton Hall):  Campus Safety received a call regarding an attempted break in of an office.  The officer met with the caller and was shown several pry marks on the door and door frame.   No entry to the room was gained and a work order was placed to have the door repaired.

EMERGENCY MEDICAL AID

November 17, 8:18 p.m. (In a Campus Residence):  Campus Safety received a call concerning the welfare of a student.  The caller reported that the student was going through a tough situation and was contemplating hurting themselves.  The officer met with the student who agreed to seek medical attention and the officer transported the student to Salem Hospital.

November 21, 12:09 a.m. (In a Campus Residence):  Campus Safety received a call regarding a student who had injured their hand. The student requested to be transported to the ER to receive medical treatment.

November 22, 11:32 p.m. (In a Campus Residence):  Campus Safety received a call regarding a person running a high fever.  WEMS and Campus Safety arrived on scene to evaluate the individual.  After a brief evaluation, WEMS determined that they were not in any immediate danger but suggested that the individual go to the ER or see Urgent Care to seek further evaluation.

November 23, 12:16 a.m. (In a Campus Residence):  Campus Safety received a report regarding an intoxicated student.  WEMS and Campus Safety arrived on scene to evaluate the student’s condition. The student was reported to have consumed a large quantity of whiskey.  After a brief evaluation, 911 was called and the student was transported to the ER by paramedics.

November 23, 12:47 a.m. (In a Campus Residence):  Campus Safety received a report regarding a student vomiting in the restroom.  Campus Safety and WEMS responded to evaluate the student.  The student reported drinking some alcohol earlier in the evening.  After a brief evaluation, WEMS determined that the student did not need any further medical attention.

November 23, 1:54 a.m. (Off Campus):  Campus Safety received a call regarding an intoxicated student who needed medical attention.  WEMS and Campus Safety responded to assess the individual.  Upon arrival, the officer on duty observed the several students restraining someone who appeared very aggressive.  WEMS was unable to evaluate the student, due to their aggressiveness.  The student then ran away and officers called 911.  The student was found sitting on porch of a nearby home and was transported to the ER for evaluation.

November 24, 8:05 a.m. (Olin Science Center):  Campus Safety received a report regarding a student who had fallen from their bike and hit their head.  The reporting party observed the student slip on their bike and hit their head on a cement pylon.  Campus Safety arrived and began evaluating the student while paramedics responded.  Salem Fire Department arrived and transported the student to the ER.

GIVING FALSE INFORMATION

November 23, 4:11 a.m. (Belknap Hall):  A student called stating that they were locked out of their room. The officer met with the student while admitting the student, the officer observed a container of alcohol inside the room.  When asked about the bottle, the student stated that they were 21.  After checking the student’s information, the officer determined that they were not 21.  The student then stated that they were actually 21, but they had used a false name to get in to the room.  The actual occupant of the room was still sleeping inside and they were visiting them. 

POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE

November 22, 12:26 a.m. (University Apartments):  Campus Safety received a call regarding the smell of marijuana.   Officers made contact with the occupants of the room.  Upon entering, they observed multiple containers of alcohol.  The officer confirmed that the occupants were under legal drinking age and confiscated the alcohol.

November 22, 12:35 a.m. (University Apartments):  Campus Safety received a report regarding the smell of marijuana.  Officers attempted to make contact with the room’s residents.  No one answered the doors, so officers entered the room and found marijuana and paraphernalia in plain sight.  While confiscating the items, one of the occupants of the room returned.  The student reported not knowing anything about the things found in the room.

November 22, 1:56 a.m. (Lausanne Hall):   Officers observed the odor of marijuana in the building and located the source of the smell.  They made contact with the room’s occupant and upon entering, the officer also noticed a bottle of alcohol under the student’s bed.  After determining that the student was not 21 year of age, the officer confiscated the alcohol.

THEFT

November 21, 10:05 a.m. (University Center):  A student reported that their bike had been stolen.  The student locked the bike up on the rack outside and when they returned the next morning, the lock had been cut and the bike was gone.


PLEASE CONTACT CAMPUS SAFETY IF YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION REGARDING THESE INCIDENTS.