Security briefs

Missing exit

Public Safety became aware of vandalism and a safety hazard while on patrol in Switlik Hall. On Feb. 27, at 2:44 a.m., officers noticed that the face plate sign of an emergency exit was missing.
The officers investigated the area, but were unable to determine a suspect. Facilities was notified to replace the sign.
Public Safety would like to stress that students should not tamper with safety devices such as the emergency exit signs as it poses a threat to other students’ safety.


While driving around campus, Public Safety officers came across a frightening sight on the entrance doors to Kroner Hall.
On Feb. 27, at 4:36 p.m., Public Safety observed graffiti on the main doors of Kroner Hall. The graffiti was a drawing of a ghost smoking a cigarette.
At this time there are no suspects. Facilities was notified to remove the graffiti.

Deceiving damsel

A female student in a bathroom of Kroner Hall was found under the influence and not under the weather on Feb. 25, at 12:35 a.m.
Public Safety officers were called to Kroner Hall on the report of an alcohol violation. Upon arrival, they found a female resident student locked in a bathroom stall. Public Safety talked to the student through the stall asking if she was OK, to which the student replied that she felt ill. Once she was out of the stall, Public Safety was able to determine through the smell of alcohol on her breath and difficulty in managing her balance that she was attempting to fake an illness while she was intoxicated. The student later admitted to consuming alcohol.
An ambulance was notified and emergency personnel decided that she did not need further medical attention. However, the student did make arrangements to go home that night.
The student has been charged with a tier 1 alcohol violation and the matter has been referred to the Office of Community Standards.

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