On Monday, March 9, at 12:48 a.m., a male asked a Public Safety officer to watch him as he walked to his car because he believed someone was following him. The officer was completing a vehicle patrol on Mall Drive in front of Hill Hall when the male asked for assistance.
The officer looked in the direction the male indicated and noticed an unidentified person. The person reportedly entered Hill Hall when the officer noticed him. The male who contacted the officer explained that he was recently involved in a relationship with a female and got into an altercation with another male. During this altercation, the male said he was punched in the head. He later made arrangements to stay with a friend. The officer did not see any visible signs of injury to the alleged victim. The matter has been referred to the Office of Community Standards.
Convertible cut up
A female resident’s convertible top was cut while it was parked in a fraternity lot sometime between 5 p.m. on Sunday, March 8, and 2:40 p.m. on Tuesday, March 10. An unknown person using an unknown object cut two holes approximately eight inches wide and three feet long into the top. The cost of the damage to the car is unknown. The investigation is ongoing.
Two IDs and a wallet were stolen from male residents at the Student Recreation Center on Friday, March 6. A male staff member reported the incident to Public Safety. It was later learned that another male resident had a cell phone, debit card and $3 taken from a locker the previous day. The investigation is ongoing.
Remember to yield
Rider community members must yield to Public Safety vehicles when their blue lights are flashing. The lights indicate that the vehicles are responding to a fire alarm or emergency call.