Security Briefs

Hit and run

The passenger side of a vehicle belonging to a female resident student was damaged by a hit and run last week.

On Wednesday, Oct. 21, Public Safety received a call at 2:13 p.m. about the damage. The student said that her vehicle was hit sometime between Oct. 20 and 21 while parked in a resident lot.

The damage to the car included scratches to the doors and a damaged mirror. The student believes that the suspect’s car is silver, but no further information is available.

The investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information should contact Public Safety at x. 5029.

PNG on campus

A  male persona non grata (PNG) was spotted on campus by the South Entrance last week.

On Thursday, Oct. 22, at 3:55 a.m., while on duty at the kiosk, Public Safety became aware that a person who was banned from campus had returned. The officer observed that the individual had entered near the dean’s house at the South Entrance. The officer also observed the  male PNG’s car in the open parking lot at the South Entrance.

A few minutes later, a male Rider student drove up to the kiosk in the PNG’s car. The PNG’d individual was then seen walking across the intramural fields. He got into the car with the student and drove around campus. Public Safety followed and was able to identify the individuals.

The two were stopped at the kiosk exit and their identities were confirmed. The PNG’d individual was charged with contempt of the system, unauthorized entry and failure to comply. The other student was not charged because he stated that he was unaware that the other individual had been made a persona non grata.

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