Police briefs are written based on reports from University Police. They indicate preliminary descriptions of events and not necessarily actual incidents.
On Oct. 17 at 12:53 a.m., underage students were drinking in University Village. Officers were dispatched and identified all subjects. Several subjects were issued MIP citations, and suspected marijuana was confiscated.
On Oct. 26 at 12:30 a.m., a resident student in First Year Suites called the campus police and advised that her roommate had visitors over, and that they were drinking and smoking marijuana. Officers contacted the suspects and issued MIP citations and one trespass letter.
On Oct. 28 at 12:22 a.m., a fire alarm in Living Center South was set off by residents who were smoking marijuana in their room. When questioned, they said they burnt sunflower seeds. No marijuana was found and the incident was turned over to Student Code of Conduct.
At 2:00 p.m. Sept. 23, officers took a report of stolen clothes from a dryer at University Village 475 from a resident student. The clothes were not recovered.
Destruction of Property
On Oct. 19 at 8:55 a.m., groundskeeping reported marks from a vehicle on the intermural field north of C-Lot. It is believed the damage occurred in the early morning.
On Oct. 20 at 1:00 a.m., an 18-year- old resident student reported than she heard something hit her window in First Year Suites. She looked out the window with a flashlight then went back to sleep. At 2:52 p.m. the same day, she noticed the window was broken.
On Oct. 21 at 8:05 p.m., a 19-year- old student reported that sometime over the past three days, someone bent the antenna on his car.
On Oct. 28 at 12:04 a.m., roommates in Living Center Southwest reported that their other roommate was threatening them on social media. Contact was made with the roommate and she advised that is was a “family joke.” The other roommates found other places to go for the night
On Oct. 28 at 10:02 p.m., tenants in University Village reported that they found a note slid under their door. There was a name and number on the note. Officers made contact with the person who wrote the note. It was determined to be a joke but the note was put under the wrong door.