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Campus Safety Report (11/22/19) | The Gustavian Weekly

By The Weekly Staff | November 22, 2019 | Campus safety report

Monday, November 11th

  • Campus Safety detected the odor of Marijuana in North Hall.

Tuesday, November 12th

  • Campus Safety responded to a report of underage possession.
  • Campus Safety Office had sewer backup.

Wednesday, November 13th

  • Campus Safety responded to the Campus Center Dining services for a medical transport.
  • Campus Safety responded to a Medical Assist to a student that walked into the Campus Safety Office. The student was later transported from Olin Hall to the ED and ResLife On Call was notified.
  • A CF, in Sohre Hall, contacted ResLife because the CF was concerned for another student that was having suicide ideations.    

Thursday, November 14th

  • Campus Safety responded to a Mental Health Concern at the International Center. ResLife was called to help with the situation.

Friday, November 15th

  • Campus Safety was called for a car fire in the Olin parking lot. The fire department was called and they put out the fire.
  • Campus Safety responded to a Fire Alarm at College View Apartments. Fire Alarm due to cooking only producing smoke contained in the residents room.

Saturday, November 16th

  • Campus Safety responded to a medical assist at Lund Center.
  • Campus Safety and CF responded to an odor of marijuana in Rundstrom Hall. One student was referred to the campus conduct system.

Sunday, November 17th

  • Campus Safety responded to a fire alarm at the Ten-O-Nine House. A resident burned a bag of popcorn.
  • Campus Safety reported a missing fire extinguisher from College View Apartments.
  • Campus Safety received a report of theft of Gustavus property from Lund Center.

Tip of the Week:

The Thanksgiving week ahead is one typically filled with travel, a busy schedule and potentially bad weather.  Remember to take these simple steps to help ensure safe travel for you and your family:

1. Know the risks before leaving home.  Listen to the radio or television for the latest weather forecasts and road conditions. If bad weather is forecast, drive only if absolutely necessary.

2. Keep your gas tank above half-full.  When temperatures are extremely cold, condensation can build up in a near-empty gas tank, potentially freezing fuel lines and leaving you stranded.

3. Check for routine maintenance issues on your vehicle (antifreeze, brakes, battery, etc).

4. Have an emergency supply kit for your car (https://www.ready.gov/car).

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