Weekly Safety Report
February 24 – March 3, 2014
February 24, 8:00 a.m. (Matthews Hall): Campus Safety was notified by an employee that a filing cabinet in the Matthews Academic Commons had been damaged and broken into. The officer went to the scene to assess the damage, and found that the cabinet was now unable to open properly.
February 24, 9:18 a.m. (Belknap Hall): While on patrol, the Campus Safety officer on duty found that a fire extinguisher had gone missing from its case. After speaking with facilities services, it was determined that the extinguisher had been there on Friday and must have went missing during the weekend.
February 26, 9:53 a.m. (Kaneko Commons): Campus Safety received a call that there was a TV lying on the cement outside the pool. The officer on duty went to the scene and determined that the TV had been tossed from one of the rooms overlooking the pool area.
March 2, 8:10 p.m. (Matthews Parking Lot): A student called in to report that their vehicle had been keyed. The officer on duty met with the student and surveyed the damage done to the vehicle. Someone had scratched the entire driver’s side of the vehicle. The officer advised the student to take pictures of the damage once it was light enough outside.
EMERGENCY MEDICAL AID
March 2, 1:20 a.m. (Matthews Hall): Campus Safety received call concerning a student who was vomiting in the restroom. WEMS and Campus Safety arrived on scene to evaluate the student. The student was very responsive and had no problems answering any questions. WEMS finished their evaluation and determined that the student did not need to be transported to the ER.
MINOR IN POSSESSION
March 2, 4:30 a.m. (Doney Hall): While on patrol, the officer on duty observed a student stumbling outside of the building, attempting to conceal a cardboard box, containing glass bottles. The officer made contact with the student, who immediately handed over the cardboard container. The officer was able to determine that the student had been drinking, and was still intoxicated. The officer escorted the student back to their residence.
February 28, 9:25 p.m. (Doney Hall): A student came in to the office to report a student who was smoking drugs in their hall. The officer on duty responded to the location and found the source of the smoke. After gaining entry to the room, the officer found that there was no evidence of marijuana being smoked. However, there was a hookah and tobacco in the room. The students were advised that they can smoke tobacco, but not within the building. The officer then informed the reporting party of the situation, reaffirming that there was no illegal drug use occurring.
February 25, 10:54 p.m. (Baxter Hall): Campus Safety received a call that there was someone loitering in front of the Bishop Wellness Center. The officer arrived on scene to speak with the suspect. When asked, the suspect claimed that he was a prospective student entering the sports program and that a friend had invited him to come on to campus. When asked where his friends was, the suspect pointed to a student he had been talking to just prior to the officer’s arrival. The student he pointed at stated that they did not know the suspect and had not invited him. The officer trespassed the suspect and guided him off campus.
March 2, 2:20 p.m. (Montag Center): Campus Safety received a call from a student reporting that a large sum of cash had been stolen from their wallet. The student reported that they had fallen asleep while studying. When they woke, their bag was open and the money from inside their wallet had gone missing. Another student at the scene reported that when they woke up, they witnessed an unknown person rummaging through their friends bag.
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