Security Briefs

Black and blue

A female resident and male resident were seen fighting Saturday, Oct. 29, at 12:46 a.m., in front of Kroner Hall. Public Safety arrived on the scene on the report of a disturbance. They observed a couple arguing outside and then saw the male walking away.
Public Safety approached the student and asked him for his identification.
Another officer confronted the female who stated that she was the one who called in  the incident.
The female victim claimed that she was struck in the face by the male student. Public Safety noticed that her left eyebrow was swollen. The female also stated that she was slapped in the face and choked. The male suspect was handcuffed and charged with attempted actual physical abuse as well as nonverbal harassment, disorderly conduct by Lawrence Twp. police.

Backed up
Olson Hall found itself in some deep water at 11:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 26.
A toilet in a male restroom on the first floor of Olson overflowed and caused water damage to a student’s room and a common area.
Upon arrival, Public Safety met with the male student who claimed that both him and his roommate’s belongings had been damaged from the water. Public Safety noticed the water on the carpet in the hallway as well as in the nearby common room. Cleaners were immediately notified to soak up the water. The students reported three damaged books that need to be replaced.

Lights out

Westminster experienced a power outage caused by the unusually large amount of snow at 1:49 p.m. on Sunday. The outage was campus wide and lasted until 9:18 p.m. that evening. Public Safety contacted the Princeton Borough police, who found that the cause of the outages was multiple downed power lines. Administrators were notified and an email alert was sent out to the campus community.

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