The Gustavian Weekly

Campus Safety Report (3/3/17)

By The Weekly Staff | March 3, 2017 | Campus safety report

Monday, February 20

Campus Safety provided a medical transport for a student who was injured on Friday, Feb. 17 in the Lund Center.

Campus Safety responded to a medical in assist in Norelius Hall.

Tuesday, February 21

Campus Safety responded to a report of property damage in Beck Hall.

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

Campus Safety and Residential Life responded to a suspected drug violation in Rundstrom Hall. Two students were referred to the campus conduct system for possession of marijuana and paraphernalia.

Wednesday, February 22

Campus Safety Director received a report of harassing communication from one student to another. Case referred to Dean of Students for follow-up.

Thursday, February 23

An online report was submitted about a student group involved possible hazing activity in Fall 2016.

Friday, February 24

Campus Safety responded to an alcohol violation at Pittman Hall. Two students were referred to the campus conduct system for underage possession of alcohol and underage consumption.

Saturday, February 25

Campus Safety responded to an alcohol violation in Nobel Hall involving three students. One student was referred to the campus conduct system for underage consumption of alcohol and two students were referred for a 21 and over alcohol violation.

Sunday, February 26

A Collegiate Fellow documented a noise violation in Sorensen Hall involving five students.

Campus Safety responded to a student of concern in Arbor View Apartments. One student was referred to the campus conduct system for a 21 and over alcohol violation.

A Gustavus employee reported a juvenile who threw a soda bottle at a car near Hollingsworth Stadium. No damage occurred and the person was not identified.

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