Monday, September 17
- Campus safety gave a student a medical escort to the Rivers Edge emergency room.
Tuesday, September 18
- No incidents reported.
Wednesday, September 19
- Campus Safety responded to a medical assist in College View. The student was going to go to the doctor later today.
- Campus Safety responded to concerns regarding access to Rundstrom Hall.
- Campus Safety responded to a call of marijuana odor, students were referred to the campus conduct system for possession of paraphernalia in Uhler Hall.
- Campus Safety responded to the odor of marijuana in Gibbs Hall, students were referred to the campus conduct system for possession of marijuana and paraphernalia.
Thursday, September 20
- A student of concern was transported off campus from Gibbs Hall.
- Campus Safety responded to a fire alarm in Southwest Hall.
- Campus safety received a phone call from a student reporting a stolen bike.
- A student reported they had fallen in a stairwell.
- Campus Safety and Res Life staff responded to an odor of Marijuana in Norelius Hall. Six students were referred to the Campus Conduct System for possession of Marijuana and paraphernalia.
Friday, September 21
- No incidents reported
Saturday, September 22
- Campus Safety discovered GAC property damaged by unknown person(s) in College View.
- Campus Safety responded to a report of an abandoned tent in the arboretum.
Sunday, September 23
- Campus Safety responded to a suspicious vehicle driving unsafely and an odor of marijuana. The St Peter Police Department escorted the driver, who was not a student or employee, off campus and moved the vehicle to a parking lot.
- Campus Safety responded to a report of a theft at Lund Center. A suspect was trespassed from campus.
Note: Case dispositions are available online by viewing the daily crime log on the Campus Safety web page: https://gustavus.edu/safety/incidents/index.php
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