Security Briefs

By Katie Zeck

Sneaky Squirrels

Westminster’s Seabrook Hall received an unexpected visitor the morning of Thursday, Sept. 29.
A female RA called Public Safety with the report of a squirrel that was found in one of the women’s bathrooms of Seabrook Hall. When Public Safety arrived they found the squirrel located between one of the toilets and the wall.

Public Safety then notified the Princeton Borough Police, who reported the trapped animal to animal control. While waiting for animal control, Public Safety discovered a second squirrel in the bathroom and proceeded to put caution tape on the bathroom door. Once animal control arrived, the squirrels were captured and released.

Hit and Run

A male commuter student returned to his car after class to a not-so-pleasant surprise on Monday, Oct. 3, at 4:34 p.m.

The student called Public Safety claiming that upon returning to his car he noticed that the passenger side bumper was badly damaged. No note or indication of who hit the victim’s car could be found.

If anyone has more information on this incident please contact Public Safety at x5029.

Wall Art

Public Safety arrived at Hill Hall at 5:48 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 1, to the call of criminal mischief.
A male RA appeared at the scene and explained that there were various offensive words written on several white boards on the doors outside rooms, on mirrors and on walls. Photos were taken of the graffiti and the investigation is ongoing.

Public Safety would like to remind all students to be respectful of their residence halls and their respective neighbors. Additionally, they would like to enforce the importance of continuing to be aware of your surroundings and take the necessary precautions to ensure your safety around campus in light of recent suspicious activity.

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