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Security Blotter: February 24 – March 2

Thursday, Feb 24

Early Morning Security responded to a report of a student stuck in an elevator. Security reset the elevator and the student regained their freedom.

Friday, Feb 25

Evening Security took a report of a medical incident.

Saturday, Feb 26

Early Morning Security responded to a medical. A student was transported to the hospital by ambulance.

Morning Security noticed some vandalism while on patrol. A report was written.

Sunday, Feb 27

Evening A student pushed the test button on a carbon monoxide detector, setting off the fire alarm system. No fire, no carbon monoxide, just a curious student. 

Evening Security responded to a medical. A student was transported to the hospital by ambulance. 

Tuesday, Mar 1

Evening Security was involved in a wellness check of a student. All ended well. 

Wednesday, Mar 2

Morning Security was involved in another wellness check on a student. All ended well.

Evening Security transported a student to the Northfield Hospital for treatment.

Thursday, Mar 3

Early Morning The use of a humidifier set off the smoke detector in a student’s room. No fire, just too high of a humidity level that the detector sensed as smoke. 

Jim Bushey

Security Services

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