By Sarah Siock
Cookies and weed
Mistaken property. On Oct. 14 at 8 a.m. Public Safety was dispatched to Sweigart Hall, to meet with a professor regarding found property. Upon their arrival, the professor stated they arrived for their class and found a small baggie labeled “Girl Scout Cookies” in their classroom that contained marijuana that did not appear to belong to anyone. The bag of marijuana was collected and disposed of.
Don’t push too hard. On Oct. 11 at 11:19 a.m. Public Safety was dispatched to House No. 3, Phi Sigma Sigma for the report of damage to a door. Upon arrival, Public Safety met with Facilities Management who reported damage to one of the restroom doors in the building. Facilities reported that it appeared that someone had pushed the door so hard that it broke the wood where the hinges attached. The incident is under investigation.
Skateboarding gone wrong. On Oct. 15 at 9:52 a.m. Public Safety was dispatched to the university store for a possible attempted burglary. Upon arrival, Public Safety found one of the panes of glass near the exterior entrance was broken and shattered. Upon reviewing the camera footage in the area, it was discovered that someone had been skateboarding in the area, lost control of the board and it rolled into the glass, breaking it.
-Information provided by Public Safety Capt. Matthew Babcock