Security Briefs

Criminal redecorator

Was the Feng Shui off? On April 25, a female staff member reported at 8:40 a.m. that furniture in a Sweigart Hall boardroom had been moved from its regular position and pushed up against the walls. There are no suspects as to who moved the furniture, as it is particularly heavy, according to Public Safety. This is not the first time that this type of incident has occurred in Sweigart Hall.

Sticky fingers

Maybe they were just thirsty?  On April 27, Public Safety was dispatched to Cranberry’s at 11:30 p.m., after a male staff member reported seeing four students stealing drinks and placing them in a backpack. When he confronted the students, they initially denied stealing anything. When he said he would report the incident to Public Safety, the students returned the stolen items. Public Safety has identified the suspects, but the investigation is still ongoing.

Smoke alarm

Someone needs to tell the mulch that smoking is bad for its health. On April 24, a student informed Public Safety officers of a fire outside of Daly’s Dining Hall while they were out performing a Park, Walk and Talk patrol. The officers arrived on the scene at 1:20 a.m., where they found a mulch bed smoking, but no visible fire. The smoke was coming from a cigarette butt lying in the mulch. An officer used water from a bottle to stop the smolder, and the incident was taken care of within two minutes.

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