Security briefs

By Katie Zeck

Window wreckage

Vandalized window screens were found in the dorm rooms of Hill Hall and on the ground directly outside of the building.
On Sunday, Public Safety arrived to Hill after receiving a call from a female resident student who said that many window screens were damaged the night before. The female resident said that unknown persons ripped down exterior window screens.
Another witness in Hill said that some of the students pushed a window screen into his room, knocking over his lamp and computer.
The cost to replace the window screens is unknown and Facilities Management has been notified about the damaged screens.

Dangerous dryer

A female resident student in Ziegler Hall had an unfortunate laundry room experience on Wednesday, April 18. On Thursday, April 19, Public Safety was called to Ziegler Hall and met with the female victim. She said that she had put her clothes in one of the dryers in Ziegler and when she returned to retrieve her clothes, the fabric was ripped, mangled and shredded.
Public Safety notified Facilities Management of the incident and Facilities has since removed the dryer from the building and has contacted the company responsible for the dryers.

Toe troubles

A male student worker was injured while walking up the Bart Luedeke Center’s (BLC) stairs on Friday, April 20, at 8 p.m. Public Safety reported to the BLC at 10 a.m., on Saturday and met with the victim. He said that he was going up the front steps of the BLC when he stubbed the little toe on his left foot. The victim said that the skin of his toe had torn off and would not stop bleeding.
Public Safety provided him with bandages, gauze and antiseptic. He did not,  however, wish to be transported to a hospital for further medical treatment.

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