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Security Blotter: October 16 – October 19

Sunday Oct 16

Early Morning Security responded to a medical.  A student was transported to the hospital for treatment. 

Early Morning Security responded to a medical. 

Late Evening Security responded to a residence hall for a fire alarm. Burnt popcorn was the source of the alarm.

Afternoon Someone driving on Hwy 19 called Security to let us know a door on the wind turbine was open. We responded and secured the door. 

Afternoon Security assisted a non-Carleton person with a medical. Ice and an ace bandage was applied to an injured ankle. 

Monday, Oct 17

Early Morning Security responded to a medical. Security transported an ill student to the Northfield Hospital          emergency room. 

Afternoon Security responded to the report of a washing machine that was smoking and had moved about 2 feet from its original location. Security unplugged the machine and cited it for smoking in the dorm. 

Tuesday, Oct 18

Afternoon Security responded to speak to an electrician about the fire system in a dorm. The electrician had been in the dorm when the panel indicated a smoke detector in trouble. Burnt popcorn was the issue. 

Afternoon Security responded to a medical. All ended well. 

Wednesday, Oct 19

Afternoon A student asked to talk to Security about a medical incident. 

Jim Bushey

Security Services

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