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Friday, November 11, 2011

Wednesday, Oct 26
8:30 am:  A custodian reported vandalism in one of the bathroom stalls in the Library.

Monday, Oct 31
12:10 pm:  A student came to the Security office to report the theft of their laptop.

11:35 pm:  Security responded to a fire alarm at Benton house. Burnt food was the reason for the alarm

Tuesday, Nov 1
6:55 pm:  Security responded to Memorial hall on the complaint of some students arguing. 

Wednesday, Nov 2
2:05 am:  Security responded to Goodhue hall for a noise complaint.     

Thursday, Nov 3
5:15 pm    Another student stopped by the Security office to report their laptop had been stolen.

Friday, Nov 4
12:30 pm:  Security responded to Faculty Club to assist someone that had cut their arm on some glass.

2:07 pm:  A student stopped by the Security office to report the theft of their bicycle.

Saturday, Nov 5

3:50 am:  Security transported an ill student to the Northfield emergency room.

9:00 am:  A ground employee reported he confiscated a couple of ladders belonging to the college. The ladders were found in the lower Arb near a tree fort.

5:05 pm:  A student reported the theft of some personal items. The theft occurred in Cowling while the student was working out.

8:05 pm:  Burnt popcorn in Musser caused the fire alarm to go off.

11:30 pm:  Security responded to Jewett house to break up a party that had generated a noise complaint.

11:55 pm:  Security was called to check on an intoxicated student.  The student was left in the care of friends.

Sunday, Nov 6

1:10 am:  Security responded to Myers to check on an intoxicated student. The student needed to be transported to the hospital by ambulance.

1:25 am:  Security responded to Goodhue to check on an intoxicated student. This student also needed to be transported to the hospital by ambulance.

5:15 am:  An ill student was transported to the hospital by ambulance.

11:00 am:  Security transported an ill student to the Northfield emergency room.

Monday, Nov 7

11:00 am:  A student reported the theft of their wallet and iPad touch from an off campus residence.

   

Jim Bushey, Security Services

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