The Gustavian Weekly

Campus Safety Report (11/11/16)

By The Weekly Staff | November 11, 2016 | Campus safety report

Thursday, November 3

A Gustavus student reported damage to his car while it was parked in the Bjorling parking lot.

Campus Safety responded to a report of inappropriate communications in Sorensen Hall. A political poster had been written on with curse words.

Campus Safety and Residential Life responded to a noise and alcohol violation in Sorensen Hall. Two students were referred to the campus conduct system for underage possession of alcohol.

Friday, November 4

An online report was submitted by a Campus Security Authority about a reported fondling in the Johnson Student Union on Saturday, October 29, 2016. The victim and suspect were not identified.

Campus Safety responded to the Schaefer Fine Arts – Art building to investigate the smell of smoke in the building. No fire or property damage were found.

A Collegiate Fellow documented an empty alcohol container in a room in Sohre Hall occupied by four students.

An online report was submitted about dishes broken in a hallway in Southwest Hall.

Saturday, November 5

Campus Safety responded to a medical assist at Lund Circle.

Campus Safety responded to a medical assist at Prairie View Apartments. One student was transported to Rivers Edge Hospital.

Campus Safety documented the theft of College property. One parking directional sign and one pedestrian crossing sign were missing from College grounds.

Sunday, November 6

Campus Safety and Residential Life responded to an alcohol incident in Norelius Hall. Three students were referred to the campus conduct system for underage consumption of alcohol. One student was referred for underage possession of alcohol. One student was transported to the hospital by ambulance.

Campus safety and Residential Life responded to an alcohol violation in Norelius Hall. One student was referred to the campus conduct system for underage consumption.

Campus Safety responded to College View Apartments for a theft of College property; a fire extinguisher was missing.

Campus Safety responded to an alcohol violation in the Linnaeus Arboretum. One student was referred to the campus conduct system for a 21 and over alcohol violation.

A student came to the Campus Safety Office to report a suspicious circumstance in Norelius Hall. A video was posted on social media that was filmed in their unlocked room.

Campus Safety and Residential Life responded to a suspected drug violation in Sohre Hall.

Tip of the Week:

Nov. 6-13, 2016, is Drowsy Driving Prevention Week. The National Sleep Foundation offers this advice:

Get seven to nine hours of sleep a night.

Don’t drive if you’ve been awake for 24 hours or more.

Stop every two hours to rest.

Pull over and take a nap if you’re drowsy.

Travel during times you are normally awake.

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