Police briefs are written based on reports from University Police. They indicate preliminary descriptions of events and not necessarily actual incidents.
On Sept. 2 at 4:00 P.M. a female student walked into the university police department to report vehicle damage. She thought the damage occurred in parking lot G3. It is unknown where the damage occurred.
On Sept. 13 at 1:15 A.M. a student reported suspicious situations on behalf of his friend who wished to remain anonymous. Another student had been entering other students’ rooms without knocking and then acting strange while in the room. These suspicious situations happened on Sept. 4, Sept. 9 and
Sept. 13. The incident remains under investigation.
On Sept. 9 at 11:19 P.M. an anonymous person observed a subject outside the living centers recording students while they changed. Officers checked all
living centers for a subject matching the description and were unable to locate the person.
On Sept. 13 at 3:25 P.M. Zahnow Library reported a suspicious male. The male was recognized by library staff as a male who had been in the library in the past allegedly taking pictures of females. Officers contacted the male outside of Science East where he refused to identify himself and stated he did not have identification. Officers told him to leave campus.
On Sept. 4 at 10:05 P.M. a local resident wanted to file a complaint in the university police department. His complaint was about the noise level of the football game. His information was obtained, and the complaint was turned over to campus communications.
On Sept. 8 at 4:27 P.M. a dining services employee called officers to the Cardinal Café. The employee found a rolled marijuana joint laying on the ground near Subway. The marijuana was returned to the university police department and disposed of.
On Sept. 8 at 4:45 P.M. a male student walked in the university police department. The student handed the dispatcher an unopened foil envelope containing about 7 grams of marijuana. The student advised that he found it laying on the sidewalk outside complex A. The marijuana was disposed of.
On Sept. 9 at 11:51 P.M. a non-student entered the university police department to report that several personal items had mistakenly been placed in the wrong vehicle and are missing. A few items have been recovered but others are still missing.
NOTE: Students are encouraged to report all strange behavior or people that raises concern for them. They can call 911 and request to speak with an officer.
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