Sometimes, it’s just easier to live alone for some students.
Public Safety met with a male student on April 19 at 4:37 p.m. on a verbal harassment report. The Kroner resident has been repeatedly harassed via phone, text and in person by a male commuter who has been temporarily staying in his room with the permission of the victim’s roommate. Though the victim made complaints, the commuter continued to create distractions. No-contact orders have been issued to all parties involved, and the suspect has been referred to the Office of Community Standards.
Who knew the library was such a hot spot for heated arguments? On April 18 at 4:30 p.m., Public Safety was dispatched to Moore Library on the report of an altercation. Public Safety and the Lawrence Township Police met with the student victim, who said that the person who instigated the fight borrowed money and never returned it. After asking about the money, the two engaged in an argument, which became physical. The victim has been charged with harassment and the suspect has been charged with simple assault.
Beware of electric arms.
On April 16 at 8:40 a.m., a female faculty member contacted Public Safety after her car was struck by the gate arm in the Bart Luedeke Center faculty lot. She was uninjured, but the damage cost is still unknown. Facilities was notified of the accident.