Campus Safety Log: Heating plant suffers power outage

May 14Campus Safety

11:55 a.m., THREATS, Main campus grounds — A student reported receiving threatening text messages. The incident was referred to the Office of Student Development.

May 15

4:15 a.m., POWER OUTAGE, Heating plant — The Ameren gas company was called regarding a power outage.

9:10 p.m., UNWANTED SUBJECT, T. Fleming Fieldhouse — Unauthorized subjects using the facility were asked to leave the building.

May 16

12:45 a.m., THEFT, Post Hall — A bike locked to a telephone pole was reported stolen.

6:07 p.m., UNWANTED SUBJECT, Williston Hall — An intoxicated subject was asked to leave.

May 17

1 p.m., NOISE, Beta Theta Pi — Campus Safety responded to a complaint of loud music.

10:30 p.m., INFORMATION, Seymour Hall — Campus Safety received reports of a person carrying what appeared to be a weapon but was later found to be a prop. The incident was referred to OSD.

May 18

1:20 a.m., NOISE, Hamblin Hall — Campus Safety responded to a report of loud subjects. The incident was referred to OSD.

1:50 a.m., ALCOHOL VIOLATION, Hamblin Hall — Officers responding to a noise complaint found students drinking in the common area of an apartment. The incident was referred to OSD.

4:40 p.m., DISTURBANCE, Hamblin Hall — Campus Safety responded to a report of a disturbance involving a dispute between students. The incident was referred to OSD.

9:49 p.m., SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT, Off-campus location — Galesburg police and Campus Safety responded to a report of suspicious activity at an off-campus student residence.

11:25 p.m., ALCOHOL VIOLATION, 516 S. West St. — Campus Safety responded to a noise complaint and found an unauthorized party with alcohol in progress. The incident was referred to OSD.

May 20

12:37 p.m., MEDICAL, Seymour Hall — Galesburg fire, police and ambulance services, along with Campus Safety, responded to a report of a person choking. The incident was referred to OSD.

8:40 a.m., CRIMINAL DAMAGE, Neifert Hall — A window was broken, and a work order was submitted.

Charlie Megenity
Charlie Megenity (formerly Gorney) is a senior double majoring in political science and economics. He previously served TKS as managing editor and as co-news editor while working as the weekend reporter for The Galesburg Register-Mail. Over the summer of 2012, Charlie interned in Wisconsin with Patch.com, an online hyperlocal news source, where he covered the August 2012 Oak Creek Sikh temple shooting; he will return to Patch during the summer of 2013. He is also the journalism editor for Catch magazine.. Charlie has received three awards from the Illinois College Press Association for newswriting and design, including a first place award for front page layout. He was the 2013 recipient of the Theodore Hazen Kimble Memorial Award in Journalism for a feature story published in The Knox Student. His work has also appeared in The Huffington Post.

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Charlie Megenity
Charlie Megenity (formerly Gorney) is a senior double majoring in political science and economics. He previously served TKS as managing editor and as co-news editor while working as the weekend reporter for The Galesburg Register-Mail. Over the summer of 2012, Charlie interned in Wisconsin with Patch.com, an online hyperlocal news source, where he covered the August 2012 Oak Creek Sikh temple shooting; he will return to Patch during the summer of 2013. He is also the journalism editor for Catch magazine.. Charlie has received three awards from the Illinois College Press Association for newswriting and design, including a first place award for front page layout. He was the 2013 recipient of the Theodore Hazen Kimble Memorial Award in Journalism for a feature story published in The Knox Student. His work has also appeared in The Huffington Post.




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