Security Briefs

Caught read-handed

A male student was caught trying to sell a textbook that he found in Memorial Hall back to the bookstore last week.

On Wednesday morning, Oct. 27, a female student reported that her textbook was missing. A male staff member at the bookstore took down her information and said he would keep an eye out for it. Around 3:30 p.m., a male student came into the store and attempted to sell the book.

The staff member said he would need to research the cost of the book, and asked if the student could come back the next day.

On Thursday, Oct. 28, at 8:23 a.m., the male student returned while Public Safety was at the bookstore getting information.

Officers asked the student to come to Public Safety and he complied.

The student has been charged with misappropriation of property.

Urine trouble

A male resident student denied urinating in public despite being caught in the act last weekend.

On Sunday, Oct. 31, at 2 a.m., while exiting Lincoln Hall, Public Safety observed a male, later identified as a resident student, urinating next to a bush.

The student was departing as Public Safety approached. They called for him to come back, and he did while securing his pants.

Public Safety asked him why he urinated in public, and the student replied that he had not.

The student has been charged with indecent conduct.

Rider-gate

Mischief night was technically over when it happened, but a gate arm was stolen from the West Village B parking lot.

On Sunday, Oct. 31, at 2:53 a.m., Public Safety was notified that the gate arm had been taken.

A search failed to turn up the gate arm or a possible suspect.

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

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