Security Briefs

By Katie Zeck

Dizzy bather

A female resident of Wright Hall was reported to have passed out while in the shower at 11 a.m., on Saturday.
Upon arrival, Public Safety found the victim alert, though emotionally unstable. She confirmed that she did pass out while in the bathroom and Public Safety called for an ambulance.
Public safety officers calmed the girl down while waiting for assistance. The ambulance transported her to a nearby hospital for further evaluation and treatment.

Medical emergency

A female commuter student experienced a seizure outside of Fine Arts on Monday. At about 6:40 p.m., Public Safety was called to front of the Fine Arts building, at which time the Lawrence Police were providing the victim with medical attention. The student did not request further medical assistance and told Public Safety she would seek it on her own.

Skeptical visitors

Public Safety was called to the BLC patio on Saturday, on a report of detected suspicious individuals.
At 1:20 a.m., Public Safety officers received the call of suspicious activity outside of the Pub. They use surveillance cameras to observe the individuals but did not recognize them.
Supplemental patrol from Lawrence Township police also monitored the individuals, identified as two males, and caught up with them. One individual was made a persona non grata.


According to Public Safety, Jamar Square, the suspicious individual that was deemed a persona non grata on the Lawrenceville campus has not been located, but has also not been seen on campus since the incident. Campus security has sent him a certified letter alerting him of his current status as a persona non grata.
Square followed a female student and made suggestive remarks to her on Wednesday, Oct. 5.

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