Thursday, November 7
Early morning: An ill student was transported to the hospital by ambulance.
Morning: Security and the Northfield police responded to a college-owned house because of a reported break-in.
Friday, November 8
Evening: Burnt food set off a fire alarm. Security was able to silence and reset the system. No fire.
Saturday, November 9
Early morning: Security called for an ambulance to check on an intoxicated student. This person was cleared by paramedics to remain on campus.
Early morning: Security called for an ambulance to check on an intoxicated student. This student was left in the care of a friend for the remainder of the night.
Sunday, November 10
Early morning: Security and the Northfield police responded to a 911 hang-up inside of a residence hall. Everything was all right. Two words: butt dial.
Monday, November 11
Early morning: Security responded to the report of an indecent exposure incident.
Morning: Security responded to a wellness check on a student.
Morning: A faulty boiler caused the carbon monoxide detector to go into alarm in a campus house. Facilities responded and fixed the issue.
Tuesday, November 12
Early morning: Security transported an ill student to the hospital.
Evening: Security responded to the report of a malfunctioning smoke detector.
Evening: Security responded to a complaint of a marijuana smell in a residence hall.