Security Briefs

Swiped Chain

A male resident student was a victim of theft over spring break. The Kroner resident claimed to have left a gold chain valued over $200 in his desk over break.
On Friday, March 9, his mother came back to campus and went into the victim’s room to retrieve an item the student left in the room over break. The mother said she remembered locking the door when she left.
When the student came back on March 21, the chain was missing. Anyone with additional information is encouraged to contact Public Safety at x5029.
Public Safety would like to remind students to be extra cautious and lock all doors in residence halls even if just leaving for a few minutes.

Abused Appliance

A microwave in Poyda Hall was found dismembered at 9:53 a.m. on Saturday, March 24. Public Safety arrived at Poyda and met with a male staff member who said that while he was taking out trash from the laundry room, he noticed that the microwave was in the trash. Upon further investigation, Public Safety noticed that someone had removed the front frame of the microwave and the glass, making it unusable.

Persistent Partier

On March 26, at 10:40 p.m., Public Safety became aware of an intoxicated student in the Bart Luedeke Center (BLC) following the Jeff Ross comedian show.
Once at the BLC, Public Safety noticed that the student had a bottle of open liquor and told him to discard the bottle. The suspect’s friend arrived shortly after to take him back to his residence hall and give the suspect a place to stay for the night.
At 11:34 p.m., Public Safety received a call from the suspect’s friend. The officers arrived and found the suspect stressing that he wanted to leave. Public Safety told him that he had to stay the night and the student agreed.  A half hour later, Public Safety received a call that the student was walking to his car. Officers then charged the student with disorderly conduct and an alcohol violation.

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