When driving in reverse, be sure not to back into anyone — especially a Public Safety vehicle.
On the morning of March 27, Public Safety was dispatched to the Bart Luedeke Center loading dock on the report of a car accident. The officers spoke with the truck driver, who unknowingly backed into a Public Safety vehicle, with an officer inside, that was patrolling the area during a time of high volume. There were no injuries reported.
Stowing valuables in a locker doesn’t always guarantee safety.
On March 30 at 9:52 a.m., Public Safety received a report of theft at the Maurer Center women’s pool lockers.
The guest said that she left her cell phone in a tote bag in an unlocked locker, and believed that the phone was stolen between 4 and 8 p.m. If anyone has information about the incident, contact Public Safety at x5029.
Injured athletes are more difficult to get ahold of than one might expect.
On March 26 at 6:57 p.m., Public Safety was dispatched to Gee Hall after a medical emergency report. The officers attempted to locate the student victim in his room, but his roommate informed them that he sustained an injury at Alumni Gym during sporting practice. Once the officers arrived at the gym, they were informed that he was already transported to a local hospital.