Police briefs are written based on reports from University Police. They indicate preliminary descriptions of events and not necessarily actual incidents.
On Oct. 7 at 4:36 PM officers were dispatched to Mary Jo Brandimore for a domestic assault in progress. It was determined that the assault was only a verbal argument. Both parties had no injuries and were willing to be in the same room together. The incident was turned over to Student Code of Conduct.
On Oct. 8 at 7:22 AM officers were dispatched to the third-floor laundry room in Living Center Southwest. Someone had been moving the washing machines which was causing them to leak water onto the floor. This incident is still under investigation.
On Oct. 9 at 10:04 PM a female resident appeared to be vomiting on the trail near Founders Hall. The student had been drinking which was the cause of the vomiting. An ambulance was called to have the student checked for medical issues. Mobile Medical Response cleared the student, and she returned to her dorm.
On Oct. 5 at 2:30 PM a female commuter student went into the university police department to speak with an officer. The student was a victim of an incident off campus, and the suspect in that incident had been trying to contact her. She was advised to contact the university police if he kept it up.
On Oct. 10 at 12:31 PM a female resident called into the university police department to reference some suspicious emails she was receiving. She had been receiving emails from a commuter student before the fall semester had started. She stated that the emails asked things like if she would like to see Lonely Planet, get dinner, or get coffee with the sender. The student has no idea who the person sending the messages is, and just wanted the emails to stop.
On Oct. 12 at 7:47 PM several residents spoke to officers about a suspicious note left outside their apartment. After speaking with the complainants and the subject who left the note, it was determined that the note was left as a genuine attempt to contact one of the residents and had no ill intent.
On Oct. 13 at 3:23 AM officers contacted a subject that has been parked in the University Village East parking lot for several hours. The subject was found to be in possession of marijuana and was under the age of 21. The student was issued a citation for minor in possession of marijuana.
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