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Campus Safety Report (3/1/19) | The Gustavian Weekly

By The Weekly Staff | March 1, 2019 | Campus safety report, News

Monday, February 18

  • Campus Safety received a request for a welfare check in the International Center.
  • Campus Safety responded to an over 21 intoxicated student, St. Peter Police were called due to lack of cooperation and escorted him off campus at his request.  Referred to the campus conduct system.

Tuesday, February 19

  • Campus Safety responded to a suspicious motor vehicle, with the engine running in the Arboretum lot. SPPD was involved to investigate an odor of marijuana. Campus Safety referred three students to the Campus Conduct System.

Wednesday, February 20

  • Campus Safety was called to the Lund Center. One person was trespassed from Lund center.

Thursday, February 21

  • Campus Safety responded to an of age alcohol violation in North Hall.
  • Campus Safety responded to a mental health concern in Johnson Student Union. The student was taken to the Counseling Center.
  • Campus Safety responded to Norelius Parking lot for a car with a broken  window.

Friday, February 22

  • Campus Safety responded to a medical assist on college grounds – outside of Uhler Hall.
  • Campus Safety and Res Life Staff responded to an odor of Marijuana in the International Center. Campus Safety referred two students to the Campus Conduct System.
  • While investigating an incident in the International Center Campus Safety discovered an underage consumption violation.

Saturday, February 23

  • Campus Safety responded to a call from a CF about alcohol consumption in Norelius hall.  Five students were referred to the Campus Conduct System.
  • While patrolling North Hall Campus Safety discovered Underage Drinking. Five students were referred to the Campus Conduct System.
  • While patrolling North Hall Campus Safety smelled the odor of marijuana.  Four students were referred to the Campus Conduct System.
  • Campus Safety responded to an odor of marijuana in the College View Parking lot. SPPD was called to assist. Campus Safety referred three students to the Campus Conduct

Sunday, February 24

  • No incidents reported

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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