The Gustavian Weekly

Campus Safety Report (12/01/17)

By The Weekly Staff | December 1, 2017 | Campus safety report

Monday, November  13

  • Campus Safety responded to Health Service to take a report of an injury and transported an employee to the emergency room.

Tuesday, November  14

  • Campus Safety responded to Anderson Hall for a medical assist. An injured student was transported to Health Service.

Wednesday, November 15

  • Campus Safety transported an injured student to the emergency room.

Thursday, November 16

  • Campus Safety responded to multiple CO2 alarms at the Sjostrom House and documented an issue with the alarm notifications.

Friday, November 17

  • Campus Safety responded to a report of a carbon monoxide alarm at the Sjostrom House. A faulty detector was replaced.
  • Campus Safety and the Saint Peter Police Department responded to a report of a vehicle backing into another vehicle and leaving the scene on College.

Saturday, November 18 

  • Campus safety responded to the Johnson Student Union for an of-age alcohol violation.
  • Campus Safety and Residential Life staff respond to an underage alcohol violation in Sorensen Hall
  • Campus Safety and Residential Life staff responded to an underage alcohol violation in Norelius Hall. One student was transported by Campus Safety to the emergency room.
  • Campus Safety took a report of theft of personal property in Norelius Hall from the laundry room.
  • Campus Safety and Residential life staff responded to a marijuana odor in Pittman Hall and documented drug and alcohol policy violations involving seven students and one non-student.

Sunday, November 19

  • Campus Safety responded to an underage alcohol violation on College Grounds. Case referred to the campus conduct system.

Monday, November 20

  • Campus Safety took a report of theft of personal property in Norelius Hall from the laundry room.

Tuesday, November 21

  • Campus Safety and Residential Life staff responded to vandalism in Norelius Hall. Throughout the building furniture was found moved, pictures were torn off bulletin boards, trash and recycling bins were moved or tipped over, a pumpkin was found smashed, and a piano was found tipped up but not damaged.

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