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Campus safety log: two intentional fire alarms

Feb. 7

1:07 a.m. INTENTIONAL FIRE ALARM, Sigma Chi — Campus Safety and GFD responded to a fire alarm caused by an activated pull station.

 

3:58 a.m. INTENTIONAL FIRE ALARM, Sherwin Hall — Campus Safety and GFD responded to a fire alarm caused by an activated pull station.

 

4:10 p.m. THEFT, Seymour Hall — Campus Safety took report of money missing from a student worker’s purse.

 

Feb. 6

8:55 p.m. ACCIDENTAL FIRE ALARM, Hamblin Hall — Campus Safety responded to a fire alarm caused by burning food.

 

Feb. 5

9:40 a.m. PRIVATE PROPERTY ACCIDENT, Seymour Hall — Campus Safety took a report of accidental damage to a college rental vehicle caused by striking a trash receptacle.

 

Feb. 4

9:55 a.m. THREATS, Campus — Campus Safety took a report of threats and harassment against two students.

 

Feb. 1

6:10 p.m. MEDICAL, Memorial Gym — Campus Safety responded to two students requiring medical attention. Both were transported by ambulance to Cottage Hospital for treatment.

 

Erika Riley, Co-News Editor
Erika Riley is a sophomore majoring in creative writing, and planning to minor in journalism. During freshman year, she worked as a layout editor for the news section. She was involved in journalism previously as managing editor of her high school's paper, but found a stronger passion for journalism after coming to Knox and joining TKS. Twitter: @ej_riley

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Erika Riley
Erika Riley is a sophomore majoring in creative writing, and planning to minor in journalism. During freshman year, she worked as a layout editor for the news section. She was involved in journalism previously as managing editor of her high school's paper, but found a stronger passion for journalism after coming to Knox and joining TKS. Twitter: @ej_riley




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