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Campus Safety Log: Sexual misconduct and assault investigations opened

April 6

1 a.m., MISCHIEVOUS CONDUCT, Knosher Bowl — Campus Safety discovered an act of mischievous conduct while patrolling campus. Persons involved were warned.Campus Safety

3:49 a.m., DOMESTIC, Post Hall — A domestic issue occurred off campus. GPD and OSD were notified of the incident.

April 5

6 p.m., INFORMATION, Post Hall — Counterfeit currency was reportedly dispensed from an ATM on campus.

2:15 a.m., DOMESTIC, Hamblin Hall — Campus Safety responded to a domestic issue, leaving when the situation was secure and subjects were separated for the night. The incident was later brought to Title IX coordinators at the request of a student.

April 4

2:18 p.m., FIRE, Post Hall — GFD responded to an alarm activated by a small fire caused by a heat lamp for a reptile aquarium.

March 3

9:40 p.m., SEXUAL MISCONDUCT — Campus Safety opened an investigation into an allegation of sexual misconduct. The incident date and location are unknown.

March 2

1 p.m., SEXUAL MISCONDUCT, 240 W. Tompkins St. — Campus Safety investigated an allegation of sexual misconduct between persons who knew each other. The incident was estimated to have occurred March 2, 2014.

February 2014

SEXUAL MISCONDUCT, Tau Kappa Epsilon — Campus Safety opened an investigation into a sexual misconduct allegation between acquaintances. The incident was estimated to have occurred Feb. 2, 2014.

SEXUAL ASSAULT, Tau Kappa Epsilon — Campus Safety opened an investigation into a sexual assault allegation between acquaintances. The incident was estimated to have occurred in early 2013.

TKS Staff

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