Public Safety Update/Summary of Incidents/February 13-19, 2012
6 February; 5:37pm; late report: A campus police officer responded to a minor non-injury motor vehicle accident in the west parking lot. Parties involved exchanged insurance information.
13 February; 10:00am-1:15pm: A student reported the theft of a cellular phone from a locker in the men's locker room. The bottom latch on the locker was broken. The phone is valued at $100.00.
14 February; 3:55-4:20pm: A student reported the theft of a cellular phone from a locker in the men's locker room. Access to the locker was gained by lifting the floor of a locker above the one from which the theft occurred. Athletic staff was informed of the condition of the lockers.
15 February; 11:35am: A campus police officer responded to the B building on a report that a student was experiencing dizziness and difficult breathing. Paramedics responded and treated the student. The student was not transported to a medical facility.
15 February; 11:38am: Shortly after the above report, a student in the B building experienced numbness in his left arm and hand. The same paramedics in the above incident treated the student. He was not transported to a medical facility.
15 February; 2:30-5:00pm; reported 16 February: A student reported the theft of her bicycle from the bike rack located near the LC building. The bike had been secured by a cable and lock. The bicycle was valued at $175.00.
16 February; 8:30am: A campus police officer responded to the LC building on a report that a student was unresponsive. Paramedics responded and the student was transported to Saint Joseph's Hospital for further treatment.
15-16 February; 3:00pm-10:00am: A maintenance employee reported criminal damage to buildings A, B, C, E, and Dalby. Person(s) unknown had written graffiti in each of the buildings.
13 February; 9:50pm; reported 16 February: A campus police officer documented concerns made by a faculty member regarding some correspondence she had received from one of her students. The report was forwarded to the Dean of Students.
NOTE: Faculty members are encouraged to share the safety updates with their students.
End of update.