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Friday, May 27, 2011

<ong>Wednesday, May 18
3:13 pm  An ill student was transported to the hospital by security.

Thursday, May 19
4:15 pm Security found several students on the roof of Severance Hall. The students were asked to come off the roof and informed there may be a fine for being on the roof’s of Campus buildings.

Friday, May 20
7:15 pm Security responded to a fire alarm at Parish house. A dirty oven caused a small fire which was put out with a fire extinguisher.

Saturday, May 21
12:20 am Security and a Hall Director broke up a large party at one of the townhouses.

5:15 pm Security responded to a residence hall to check on an intoxicated student. An ambulance was called and a student was transported to the hospital to be treated for alcohol poisoning.

5:21 pm Security spoke to some individuals who were driving suspiciously on campus. The behavior of one of the
individuals resulted in the police being called and a stay off Carleton College property letter issued to one of the individuals.

6:30 pm Security responded to the cement bridge by Lyman Lakes to check on an intoxicated student. The student
was left in the care of some friends.

Sunday, May 22
2:22 am Security did a wellness check on an individual. All ended well.

11:30 am Security transported an ill student to the hospital.

4:46 pm Security responded to Bell Field on the report of a bicycle accident. A young girl had fallen and her parents were going to take her to the doctor get checked out.

Tuesday, May 24
8:30 am A staff member called to report the theft of a College owned bicycle used by ITS.

11:40 am Security responded to the report of a loud party at a townhouse. The party was shut down.

Wednesday, May 25
1:00 am A student that had cut their hand was transported to the Northfield Hospital for stitches.

10:47 am A faulty heat detector caused the fire alarm to sound at Evans Hall. Security and an electrician responded Evans to silence the alarm and fix the problem.

8:25 pm A student with very keen observation skills and attention to detail noticed an individual in Sayles acting
strangely. Security responded to check on the individual and was met with lies and deception. The police were called for assistance and the individual was found with a small amount of
marijuana and the individual was quite intoxicated. The police took the individual to detox.

Jim Bushey, Security Services

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