Campus / Campus Safety / News / October 23, 2013

Campus Safety Log: Rise in thefts

OCT. 22

12:15 a.m., SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT, Seymour Hall — A student reported a marijuana smell in the building.

OCT. 21

3:15 p.m., THEFT, main campus grounds — Homecoming posters were taken from several campus locations. The incident was referred to the Office of Student Development.

OCT. 20

6:30 p.m., BATTERY, Seymour Hall — A student reported unwanted physical contact from another person.

5 p.m., DOMESTIC, Post Hall — A student reported domestic problems. The issue was referred to OSD.

OCT. 19

2:15 p.m., CRIMINAL DAMAGE, Raub Hall — Graffiti was painted on the outside of the building.

12:15 p.m., SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT, Alumni Hall — The north center door was damaged overnight.

1:30 a.m., ALCOHOL VIOLATION, Post Hall — Campus Safety responded to a request for assistance with an intoxicated person. The incident was referred to OSD.

OCT. 18

9 p.m., CRIMINAL DAMAGE, Hamblin Hall — Ceiling tiles were damaged in the first floor hallway.

4:30 p.m., THEFT, Seymour Library — Cash was stolen from an office.

12:25 a.m., SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT, Campbell Hall — A student reported a marijuana smell in the building.

OCT. 17

10:13 p.m., ROBBERY, main campus grounds — A student was approached by a subject who took cash from the student’s wallet. Galesburg police are investigating the incident.

2:30 p.m., THEFT, CFA — A student’s backpack and its contents were stolen near the Office of Admission.

1:50 a.m., INFORMATION, main campus grounds — A student reported smelling propane gas near South and West streets. The Galesburg Fire Department responded.

OCT. 16

2:15 p.m., CRIMINAL TRESPASSING, CFA — Juveniles were found in an office when a faculty member returned there. One was arrested by GPD for an outstanding warrant.

OCT. 11

10:30 a.m., THREATS, main campus grounds — Campus Safety investigated threats made toward a staff member.

TKS Staff

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