Campus / Campus Safety / News / February 15, 2012

Campus Safety Log: Feb. 8-13

FEBRUARY 7

4 p.m. INFORMATION, Main Campus Grounds. A car door was found open when the owner returned. There was no sign of forced entry or theft.

5:21 p.m. 911 HANG-UP, Main Campus Grounds. Public Safety Building reported a 911 call from a student’s cell phone. The student was located and the call determined to be accidental.

FEBRUARY 9

9:55 p.m. 911 HANG-UP, Post Hall. Public Safety Building received a 911 call from the emergency phone east of Post. The call was due to a phone malfunction. A work order was submitted to correct the problem.

FEBRUARY 10

12:30 p.m. LOST OR MISPLACED ITEM, Seymour Hall. A student reported losing an iPod in the area of the Sandburg Lounge.

4:35 p.m. LOST OR MISPLACED ITEM, Ford Center for the Fine Arts. A student reported a missing iPod.

FEBRUARY 11

(No time reported) INFORMATION, Hamblin. A fire extinguisher was discharged in a common area.

3:50 a.m. MEDICAL, Off-campus location. Information was received regarding the transport of a student by ambulance from an off-campus location for medical treatment.

6:35 p.m. FIRE ALARM, Sellew. Campus Safety responded to an alarm activated by burnt popcorn. The matter was referred to the Office of Student Development.

11:30 p.m. NOISE, Sigma Chi. Campus Safety responded to a complaint of loud music.

FEBRUARY 12

2:15 a.m. ALCOHOL VIOLATION, Conger. A student was transported for treatment of overconsumption of alcohol. The matter was referred to the Office of Student Development.

3:15 a.m. FIRE ALARM, 270 W. Tompkins. Galesburg Fire Department, Galesburg Police Department and Campus Safety responded to an alarm activated by a room detector. No apparent cause was found for the activation.

FEBRUARY 13

10:42 p.m. BATTERY, Main Campus Grounds. An unprovoked physical assault on a student occurred in the area of South West Street between the Sharvey G. Umbeck Science and Mathematics Center and the Quads.

Katy Sutcliffe


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