Security briefs

Missing garments

A student in Olson Hall might have to go shopping to replenish his wardrobe after his clothes went missing from the residence hall’s laundry room.
On Friday, Sept. 21, at about 5:30 p.m., Public Safety arrived at Olson to meet with a male resident student who said he was a victim of a theft. The student explained that at 4 p.m., on Thursday, Sept. 20, he put his clothes into one of the washing machines in the laundry room.  On Friday, he checked the washer at 5 a.m., to find that his clothes were missing.

Public Safety searched the area and was unable to locate the missing articles of clothing, which were valued at about $200. If anyone has additional information regarding this incident, please contact Public Safety at x5029.

Suspicious smell

On Friday, Sept. 21, at 2:42 a.m., Public Safety became aware of a smell that resembled marijuana while on patrol in the residential quad. The officers narrowed the smell down to Gee Hall and were able to pinpoint a room.

Meanwhile, an officer outside of Gee noticed a female vomiting out of the window of the suspected room. The officers inside knocked on the door of the room and asked the male student who opened the door what was wrong with the female. The student said that she wasn’t feeling well after drinking. The officers assessed the female visitor and deemed her coherent.

Public Safety officers then informed the students that they smelled what they believed to be marijuana coming from the room. Public Safety received permission to search the room and no suspected narcotics or drug paraphernalia were found.

We are never, ever, ever getting back together

The news of an ending relationship might be too much for one on-campus male resident to handle.

On Thursday, Sept. 20, at 3:50 p.m., Public Safety arrived at Poyda Hall after receiving a call about a potential harassment. The officers met with the female student victim who said the guy she had been dating for a year had been harassing her through phone calls and text messages after she tried to break up with him. She said she has tried to breakup with him many times, but this time he had been following her around campus earlier that day and even into her dorm room, refusing to leave after she asked him to multiple times. The victim said that when this argument escalated, a female Resident Advisor had to knock on the door and intervene.
When Public Safety arrived at Poyda, the male had left. The matter has been referred to the Office of Community Standards.

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