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Public Safety Log: Nov. 18 – 23

November 18

SUSPICIOUS CORRESPONDENCE
LOCATION: Muller Faculty Center
SUMMARY: Caller reported unknown person sent unusual email. Investigation pending. Sergeant Ron Hart.

November 19 

ACCIDENTAL FIRE ALARM
LOCATION: Circle Apartments
SUMMARY: Simplex reported alarm activation caused by burnt popcorn. System was reset. Patrol Officer Bruce Thomas.                                   

November 20

SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE
LOCATION: Terraces
SUMMARY: Caller reported third-hand information that a person asked another to read sexual comments from a card. If the person didn’t, the person would push items off table. Investigation pending. Investigator Thomas Dunn.

EXPOSURE OF PERSON
LOCATION: Terraces
SUMMARY: Caller reported third-hand information that an unknown person entered room and urinated on a person. Investigation pending. Patrol Officer Steve Rounds.

November 21

HARASSMENT
LOCATION: Eastman Hall
SUMMARY: Caller reported third-hand information that person offered another marijuana and made unwanted sexual advances. Investigation pending. Sergeant Dirk Hightchew.

November 22

ARSON
LOCATION: Emerson Hall
SUMMARY: A caller reported an unknown person burnt sign in building. Investigation pending. Patrol Officer Bruce Thomas.

November 23

SEXUAL MISCONDUCT
LOCATION: Z-Lot
SUMMARY: Officer reported two people were found naked inside vehicle. Investigation determined consensual sexual contact between parties and one person was underage. Both people were restricted from the campus. No criminal charges filed. Patrol Officer Eric Willman.

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