Campus / Campus Safety / News / October 18, 2012

Campus Safety Log: Oct. 10 – Oct. 16

OCT. 11

1:36 a.m., FIRE ALARM, Hamblin Hall — Campus Safety responded to an alarm activated by cooking.

1:52 a.m., UNWANTED SUBJECT, Seymour Hall — A subject was asked to leave campus after earlier problems.

1:45 p.m., THEFT, Seymour Hall — A student reported their bike stolen while parked outside Founders Lab.

3:30 p.m., MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT, Off-campus location — Campus Safety receive information regarding an off-campus incident involving a student.

4:55 p.m., SAFETY CONCERN/HAZZARD, Sigma Chi — Campus Safety found a candle burning in a student’s room during a fire drill. The matter was referred to OSD.

5:10 p.m., POSSESSION/STOLEN PROPERTY, Sellew Hall — A globe from a college lamppost was found in a suite during a fire drill. The matter was referred to OSD.

5:40 p.m., WELL-BEING CHECK, Main campus grounds — Campus Safety checked the well-being of a student. The matter was referred to OSD.

6:00 p.m., DRUG PARAPHERNALIA, 265 S. Academy St. — Campus Safety confiscated a pipe left in plain sight after responding to a complaint of a cannabis odor. The matter was referred to OSD.

11:20 p.m., ALCOHOL VIOLATION, Neifert Hall — A student was transported for treatment of alcohol overconsumption. The matter was referred to the OSD.

OCT. 12

5:55 p.m., FIRE ALARM, International House — The Galesburg Fire Department, Galesburg Police Department and Campus Safety responded to an alarm activated by cooking.

OCT. 14

12:48 a.m., MEDICAL, Hamblin Hall — A student was transported for treatment of alcohol overconsumption. The matter was referred to OSD.

 

TKS Staff

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