Police Blotter: April 4 – 9, 2012

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Police Blotter: April 4 – 9, 2012

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4/04 – Harassment – A student came and wanted to file an informational report on harassment. All the pertinent information was obtained and a report was issued in case any further contact is made. (Closed)

4/04 – Welfare Check – Residence Life reported a student not returning to their dorm room for approximately a week. Contact was made with the student by this department and the student advised that everything was fine. (Open)

4/04 – Fire Alarm – Guardian reported a fire alarm activated in Lexington Hall. Upon officers’ arrival, it was determined the alarm was caused by burnt food. Officers reset the alarm panel. (Closed)

4/05 – Suspicious Incident – This department was advised that it appeared someone was trying to climb into a window outside of Madison Hall. An officer was in the immediate area at the time of the call and witnessed no such activity. Officers checked the building with negative results. (Closed)

4/05 – Student Conduct – A student reported another student having property that belonged to him or her and refusing to return it. Officers were able to obtain the property and return it to its rightful owner. (Closed)

4/06 – Student Conduct – This department was investigating an altercation that occurred between two students. Based on the information obtained, both parties are being sent through Judicial Affairs for their actions. (Closed)

4/06 – Trouble Alarm – Guardian reported a fire alarm in John Jay Center. Upon officers’ arrival, the alarm panel read RTU-1 supply. Maintenance was contacted and advised of the alarm and location. (Closed)

4/06 – Trouble Alarm – Guardian reported a trouble signal in Concord Hall. Upon officers’ arrival, there was no sign of trouble. Maintenance was notified of the alarm and location. (Closed)

4/08 – Fire Alarm – Guardian reported a fire alarm activated in Concord Hall. Upon officers’ arrival, it was determined that the cause for the alarm was the residents’ cooking. (Closed)

4/08 – Fire Alarm – Guardian reported a fire/trouble alarm activated in John Jay. The alarm panel read RTU-1 supply. Maintenance was notified and advised that they are aware of the problem and awaiting approval to have it repaired. (Closed)

4/09 – Suspicious Person – An officer viewed three male students enter an area where it is believed illegal activity is occurring. When the males came out of said area, they were stopped and questioned about their whereabouts and released after speaking with the officers. (Closed)

 

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