The Gustavian Weekly

Campus Safety Report (03/09/18)

By The Weekly Staff | March 9, 2018 | Campus safety report

Tuesday, February 27

  • Campus Safety took a report of a theft of cash from an unlocked locker in the Lund Center.
  • Campus Safety took a report of property missing from the Jackson Campus Center. A student organization’s music stands were missing from a storage closet.
  • Campus Safety took a report from a student of receiving unwanted and threatening communications from a non-stud
  • Campus Safety took a report of a suspicious circumstance in Pittman Hall that occurred on February 21, 2018. An unidentified person entered an opposite sexed restroom and then left.

Wednesday, February 28

  • A student reported the theft of her locked bicycle from the bike rack in front of Norelius Hall.
  • An online report was submitted of an exposure in a campus residence hall. Case referred to the Title IX coordinator.

Thursday, March 01

  • Campus Safety responded to a medical assist at Beck Hall. A student was transported to Health Service.

Friday, March 02

  • An employee reported damage to property at North Hall and a theft from Gibbs Hall. One fire extinguisher was reported missing and another had been discharged in a hallway.
  • Campus Safety took a report of an employee injury that occurred in Nobel Hall earlier that morning.
  • Campus Safety responded to College View Apartments for a mechanical problem in a bedroom that was flooding.
  • Campus Safety and Residential Life staff responded to an underage alcohol violation in Norelius Hall. Case was referred to the campus conduct system.

Sunday, March 04

  • Campus Safety responded to a suspicious vehicle/person in the Olin Parking lot. A non-student was found sleeping in a running vehicle. The Saint Peter Police Department was contacted. The non-student’s host was referred to the conduct system for a host policy violation.
  • Campus Safety responded to a noise complaint in Pittman Hall involving three students.

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