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Friday, May 16, 2008

<ong>Thursday, May 8

-At 1:30 p.m., Security took a report that a digital camera had been stolen from a College owned house.

Friday, May 9

-At 1:30 p.m., Security and a Hall Director responded to an off Campus house because of a noise complaint. The Hall Director spoke to the students about the complaint and they said they would keep the noise down.

-At 9:10 p.m., Security stopped two younger males for jumping their skateboards off a loading dock. Security had asked these same two individuals one week earlier to not jump their skateboards off the loading dock. The police were called and the two individuals were issued Stay off Carleton College Property letters.

-At 11:31 p.m.,Someone called Security to report that a vehicle was parked in the new sod near Burton Hall. The driver was located and asked not to drive on the sidewalk or park in any grass/lawn area on Campus. The shop was notified of the damage.

Sunday, May 11

-At 5:40 p.m., Someone burning their dinner in the fourth lounge of Davis Hall caused the fire alarm to go off. Security responded and silenced and reset the alarm.

Monday, May 12

-At 2:35 p.m., Security took a theft report in Burton Hall. Someone had stolen a camcorder from a Catering employee.

-At 6:30 p.m., Security responded to a medical at Cowling gymnasium. A student had injured their foot. The person was transported to the Northfield Hospital.

Tuesday, May 13

-At 11:30 a.m., Security responded to Goodhue Hall for a fire alarm. Burned chicken in the third floor lounge was the cause of the alarm.

Tampering with fire alarm equipment is crime….but setting off the building fire alarm system because you burned your dinner is a shame… and a waste of good food. While it is important to get your work done for class, eating a well balanced diet is also important for keeping healthy…so you can get your work done. So if you’re cooking…please keep an eye on your dinner, so everyone in your dorm can get a good nights rest….which is also important….

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