Campus / Campus Safety / News / May 27, 2009

Campus Safety Log: May 20-26

MAY 20

11:30 a.m. TROUBLE ALARM, Campbell Hall. Public Safety Building reported a trouble alarm from the fire alarm system. The problem was corrected.

5:20 p.m. MEDICAL, Fleming Fieldhouse A student was transported by ambulance for treatment of an injury.

MAY 21

1:25 p.m. MEDICAL, Umbeck Science-Mathematics Center. Galesburg Fire Department, Galesburg Hospital Ambulance Services, and Campus Safety responded to the library, where a student had lost consciousness.

8:25 p.m. FIRE ALARM, 260 W. Tompkins- Jazz House. Galesburg Fire Department and Campus Safety responded to a fire alarm activated by a room detector. No apparent cause was found for the alarm activation.

MAY 22

3:46 a.m. MEDICAL, Drew Hall. A student was transported by ambulance for treatment of an illness.

11:30 p.m. CANNABIS VIOLATION, Hamblin Hall. Campus Safety Officers responding to a noise complaint found a bag containing what appeared to be cannabis. The matter was referred to the Office of Student Development.

MAY 23

1:40 a.m. MISCHIEVIOUS CONDUCT, Post Hall. A student was observed hitting cars with a plastic bat. No damage was found on the vehicles. The matter was referred to the Office of Student Development.

5:30 a.m. CRIMINAL DAMAGE, Phi Gamma Delta- 218 S. Cedar. A student reported that someone had thrown a brick at the basketball backboard, damaging it.

4:22 p.m. THEFT, Sigma Nu- 556 S. West St. A student reported the theft of a purse.

9:10 p.m. CHECK THE WELL BEING, Williston Hall. Campus Safety checked on the wellbeing of a student at the request of a family member.

9:35 p.m. FIRE ALARM, 240 W. Tompkins. Galesburg Fire Department and Campus Safety responded to a fire alarm activated by a room detector. No apparent cause was found for the alarm activation.

9:35 p.m. SAFETY CONCERN/HAZARD, 240 W. Tompkins. Students found on the balcony during a fire alarm were advised to leave the building. The matter was referred to the Office of Student Development.

MAY 24

12:20 a.m. DOMESTIC, Main Campus Grounds. Campus Safety responded to the area of the softball field where two students were arguing. The matter was referred to the Office of Student Development.

12:51 a.m. DISTURBANCE, 240 W. Tompkins. Campus Safety and Galesburg Police Department received a report of someone breaking glass bottles against the side of Jazz House. The matter was referred to the Office of Student Development.

2:55 a.m. FIRE ALARM, Sigma Chi- 616 S. West. Galesburg Fire Department and Campus Safety responded to a fire alarm activated by burned food.

5:35 a.m. MEDICAL, Main Campus Grounds. A student was transported by cab for injuries received while skateboarding.

6:20 a.m. INFORMATION, Williston Hall. A student complained of a beeping carbon monoxide detector. The batteries were replaced.

7:35 a.m. NOISE, Main Campus Grounds. Galesburg Police Department and Campus Safety responded to Academy and Knox streets, where a car alarm was going off.

11:25 a.m. CRIMINAL DAMAGE, Main Campus Grounds. Galesburg Police Department and Campus Safety responded to the 300 block of S. West Street, where a car had been vandalized. A suspect was arrested.

4 p.m. CRIMINAL DAMAGE, 240 W. Tompkins. A car was vandalized and its paint scratched.

MAY 25

2 a.m. FIRE ALARM, Seymour Hall. Galesburg Fire Department, Galesburg Police Department, and Campus Safety responded to a fire alarm activated by a pull station. No smoke or fire was present in the building.

8:33 a.m. FIRE ALARM, Post Hall. Galesburg Fire Department and Campus Safety responded to a fire alarm activated by burned food.

MAY 26

5:38 a.m. FOUND PROPERTY, Umbeck Science-Mathematics Center. A coat and wallet found in a classroom were turned into Campus Safety and their owner contacted.

8:43 a.m. FIRE ALARM, Sigma Chi- 616 S. West. Galesburg Fire Department and Campus Safety responded to a fire alarm activated by burned food.

10:18 a.m. 911 HANG UP, Old Main. Public Safety Building reported a 911 hang-up call from an office in Old Main caused by a problem in the phone lines.

Katy Sutcliffe


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