Campus / Campus Safety / News / September 22, 2013

Campus Safety Log: What did you miss this summer?

Campus SafetyJune 1

6:04 p.m., ANIMAL COMPLAINT, Griffith Hall — Campus Safety responded to a report of a squirrel in the building.

June 4

5 p.m., INFORMATION, Memorial Gym — Campus Safety received a report of an unauthorized person using equipment in the fitness center.

June 6

6:55 p.m., THEFT, main campus grounds — Two Knox banners were stolen from lamp posts.

June 7

1:15 a.m., INFORMATION, off-campus location — A student reported a college laptop stolen from an off-campus residence.

2:40 a.m., ALCOHOL VIOLATION, Hamblin Hall — Campus Safety received a report of a student who was intoxicated and ill. The incident was reported to the Office of Student Development.

4:35 a.m., INFORMATION, Tau Kappa Epsilon — A student reported a subject throwing and breaking beer bottles on the sidewalk and deck.

June 9

1:20 a.m., INFORMATION, Hamblin Hall — Campus Safety received information that a banned subject may show up on campus.

June 10

8:40 a.m., CRIMINAL DAMAGE, Alumni Hall — Galesburg police and Campus Safety responded to Alumni Hall, where windows had been broken out of a vehicle.

June 12

12 p.m., ANIMAL COMPLAINT, Phi Gamma Delta — A cat was found in the building during a severe weather notification. The incident was referred to OSD.

June 16

9:25 p.m., INFORMATION, Phi Gamma Delta — A student reported possibly hearing gunshots. GPD reported getting fireworks complaints around the same time.

June 19

6 a.m., SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT, main campus grounds — Graffiti was painted on several campus buildings.

June 25

8:23 p.m., BATTERY, main campus grounds — A student walking near Standish Park was grabbed by an unknown subject, who then ran off.

July 5

1:35 p.m., MISCHIEVOUS CONDUCT, Knosher Bowl — Unauthorized subjects entered the field by climbing over the fence.

July 6

10:30 a.m., WATER LEAK, SMC — Water was leaking from the ceiling in the c-wing basement.

July 17

12:35 a.m., 911 HANG UP, SMC — The public safety building received a 911 hang up call from the outside emergency phone. The area was checked, and no problems were found.

July 18

12:40 p.m., PRIVATE PROPERTY ACCIDENT, main campus grounds — A vehicle was struck by another vehicle when it was parked in the Cherry Street lot. No information was left by the other driver.

July 22

8:10 a.m., BURGLARY, 270 W. Tompkins — The front door was forced open to gain entry to the building.

2:15 p.m., MEDICAL, Communications Building — Local police and fire departments responded after a person passed out while waiting for tickets to President Barack Obama’s speech.

July 25

10:30 a.m., ANIMAL COMPLAINT, Hamblin Hall — A cat was found when students were being notified of a power outage. The incident was referred to OSD.

12:30 p.m., INFORMATION, off-campus location — GPD and Campus Safety were notified that a subject claiming to represent the college was selling books in a rural area of Illinois.

July 29

1:10 a.m., SAFETY HAZARD, Seymour Hall — A toaster was found left on at full heat.

July 30

6:38 p.m., 911 HANG UP, Williston Hall — The public safety building received a 911 hang up call from the outside emergency phone. The area was checked, and no problems were found.

Aug. 1

12:05 p.m., THREATS, main campus grounds — A student reported being threatened by another student. The incident was reported to OSD.

Aug. 6

8:31 p.m., THEFT, Tau Kappa Epsilon — The letter “T” was taken from the side of the house.

Aug. 15

4:10 a.m., FIRE, 240 W. Tompkins — An alarm was activated when a pan was left unattended on a stove with the burner on.

Aug. 26

8 p.m., BATTERY, main campus grounds — A student reported that another student had pushed them and others on several occasions. The report was referred to OSD.


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