Security Briefs

Going out?

Someone was a little too attached. On April 25 at 7:39 a.m., Public Safety received a phone call from a resident who requested assistance at Hill Hall to have someone, a fellow student, leave their room. The individual initially refused to leave the room, but did so after a conversation with Public Safety officers, which lasted a few minutes. The matter has been referred to the Office of Community Standards.

Slippery when wet

Did someone perform a giant cannonball? On April 23 at 1:13 a.m., it was discovered that water was overflowing from the pool inside Mauer Gym. A university employee went to turn off the valve, but slipped on a step and struck his back on a cylinder-shaped tank. DTZ custodial services were called to help dry off some of the office carpet in Mauer.

A stunner

Why did they have that in the first place? On April 23 at 10:15 a.m., a student located a stun gun in the rear of a university vehicle between the seat and the door. It was turned into Public Safety and is being kept in a secure location. Stun guns are illegal for citizens to possess in the state of New Jersey.

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