Security Briefs

Delivering an assault
He was just trying to do his job. On April 12 at 4:09 a.m., Public Safety was dispatched to West Village B after being notified by Lawrence Police of a physical assault. The Public Safety officers met with the victim, a food delivery person, who provided them with the name of the person who placed the order. After failing to get in contact with the person, the victim said he went inside, at which point he was met by an unknown male, later identified as a student, who told the victim the person who placed the order had to step out and he would take the food.
While discussing payment, the suspect allegedly lunged towards the victim, striking him in the face twice and attempting to take the food. The victim broke free, however, and the suspect fled. After getting a description of the suspect, Public Safety and police located him, and the victim confirmed the suspect was his attacker. Police arrested the suspect on a robbery charge, while Public Safety charged him with physical abuse, disorderly conduct and attempted or actual misappropriation of property. The matter has been referred to the Office of Community Standards, and the suspect has been placed on interim suspension.

Pay up
If she was told once, she was told a thousand times. On April 10 at 3:18 p.m., Public Safety was informed of a failure to comply. A student who has accumulated several parking tickets was issued a letter, warning her that continuing to ignore her tickets could result in her losing driving privileges. The matter has been referred to the Office of Community Standards. This is the second recent incident of a student ignoring parking tickets. Public Safety would like to remind students that disregarding tickets could have serious repercussions.

Break through
Someone must have been in a hurry. On April 8 at 1:29 a.m., Public Safety observed that the arm of an entry gate leading to Sorority Lot was broken off. The arm was left next to the base of the mechanism. Public Safety identified the area, but no suspects were found. A work order was submitted to have the arm replaced. Anyone with additional information should contact Public Safety at 609-896-5029.

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