Coop chat bot
On Oct. 24, officers spoke with an SVSU resident student regarding a statement they made on the Coop chat bot after the student made the statement, “I want to hurt people.” Officers spoke with the student, and they stated they were sorry and that they were just joking. They stated they did not realize there was a real person monitoring the Coop chat bot and they just like to mess around with “bots” since they thought it was not a real person.
On Oct. 24, officers were dispatched by University Police to First Year Suites for a report of the odor of marijuana coming from the room. The officers could not locate the smell of marijuana and the incident will be handled by Residential Life.
On Oct. 26, officers responded to Living Center Southwest and spoke to a resident student regarding a threatening phone call they received from a private number. Officers followed up with the possible suspects and it was determined who the caller was and why the call was made. This case was turned over to Student Conduct.
Ryder Center fighting
On Oct. 28, officers investigated a fight between two students in the Ryder Center that occurred on Oct. 26. The fight was investigated, and the victim did not want to press charges. This case was turned over to Student Conduct.
Suspicious contract worker
On Oct. 28, officers responded to the Ryder Center to speak with an employee about a confrontation between themselves and a contract worker. The employee said after the argument, other employees reported seeing the vehicle the subject was in driving going up and down Davis Road as they were trying to leave. The employee was provided an escort to their vehicle and both parties went separate ways.
On Oct. 30, officers met with an SVSU resident student regarding their ex-boyfriend (a non-student) messaging them after being asked not to. The ex-boyfriend was issued a university trespass letter and the victim was looking into a personal protection order.
On Oct. 30, officers were dispatched by Saginaw County Central Dispatch to the SVSU courtyard for three males attempting to break into buildings. Officers located one of the males and spoke with them outside of the Arbury Fine Arts building. After identifying the male, he was released on the scene
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