Campus / Campus Safety / News / November 5, 2014

Campus Safety Log: Property, rental car damage reported

Nov. 3

10:15 a.m., LOST ITEM, Administrative Services ­— Campus Safety took a report of a lost cell phone.

7:00 p.m., SAFETY CONCERN/HAZARD, Drew Hall — Campus Safety discovered during a noise complaint call regarding burning candles in a residential unit; candles extinguished.

Nov. 2

12:18 a.m., ACCIDENTAL DAMAGE, Campus — Campus Safety witnessed during routine patrol accidental damage on to an Enterprise rental vehicle as a result of improper use of the vehicle.Damage was verified, notifications made.

Oct. 31

2:00 a.m., CRIMINAL DAMAGE TO PROPERTY, Campus — Campus Safety witnessed during routine patrol individuals damaging property in front of a residential unit; identification unsuccessful, work order submitted.

11:44 a.m., INFORMATION, Administration Service — Campus Safety received an anonymous call regarding concerns about the campus “climate.” Notifications made.

10:20 p.m., MEDICAL, Beta Theta Pi— Campus Safety, GPD, GFD and GHAS responded to a student requiring medical attention; student refused treatment.

11:20 p.m., UNWANTED SUBJECT, Beta Theta Pi — Campus Safety, GPD and GHAS responded to a report of an intoxicated local resident in a residential unit. Subject was transported to St. Mary’s via GHAS and notifications were made.

11:51 p.m., SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT, Campus — Campus Safety and GPD responded to a report of a subject entering a College building with a weapon. Subject was identified and was complaint unfounded.

TKS Staff

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