Security briefs

Suspicious smells

Public Safety was called to Kroner Hall on the report of a possible marijuana odor on Sept. 20 at 7 p.m. The female staff member who met with the officers said that she smelled what she thought was burning marijuana coming from one of the hallways. The officers said they detected a faint trace of the suspected pot, but the odor disappeared and they were unable to pinpoint a location. The next day, Public Safety was called to Lincoln Hall for a similar incident. A male staff member in Lincoln reported a suspected marijuana scent, but Public Safety was unable to confirm the location of the smell. Both areas will continue to be monitored by Public Safety.

Shoeless and stumbling

A female student was found exhibiting high levels of intoxication on the steps of the Bart Luedeke Center (BLC) on Sept. 21 at midnight. Public Safety went to the BLC when it received a call about a femalewho suffered a head injury after falling down the BLC stairs. When officers arrived at the scene, they were unable to locate anyone in need of medical attention until they came across two women leaving the lower level of the BLC. The officers approached them, and noticed that one of the young women had lost her shoe and was being held up by the other. Because of her apparent intoxication, the officers identified the female as underage and contacted an ambulance. The student was transported to a nearby hospital and charged with a university alcohol violation. She was treated and released from the hospital.

Unwanted graffiti

A class officer candidate was forced to remove some of her fliers after an unknown suspect vandalized the ones that she posted in Kroner Hall. The female student called Public Safety on Sept. 19 at 2 p.m. to alert them of the incident. She told the officers that someone had drawn insects and other graffiti on the fliers that she made encouraging studentsto vote for her as a class officer. Public Safety did not locate any other vandalized fliers in Kroner. Anyone with additional information regarding this incident can contact Public Safety at x5029.

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