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Public Safety Log

MARCH 22

Medical assist

LOCATION: Circle Apartments

SUMMARY: Caller reported a person with an elevated heart rate and difficulty breathing. Person transported to CMC by ambulance.

Criminal mischief

LOCATION: Terraces

SUMMARY: Caller reported an unknown person damaged the carpet and furniture. Investigation pending. Patrol Officer Brad Bates.

Making graffiti

LOCATION: Terraces

SUMMARY: Officer reported an unknown person wrote graffiti. Investigation pending. Sergeant Terry O’Pray.

Larceny

LOCATION: West Tower

SUMMARY: Caller reported a purse was stolen by an unknown person on March 20. Investigation pending. Master Patrol Officer Donald Lyke.

Conduct code violation

LOCATION: J-Lot

SUMMARY: Caller reported a vehicle with a fraudulent permit parked illegally. The vehicle was towed. One person judicially referred for altering a permit. Sergeant James Landon.

Medical assist

LOCATION: Rowland Hall

SUMMARY: Caller reported sustaining a head injury and damage to a laptop computer when a bookshelf fell. Incident occurred on March 20.

Medical assist

LOCATION: Lyceum Drive

SUMMARY: Caller reported a person with a neck injury. Person transported to CMC by ambulance. Sergeant James Landon.

March 23

Conduct code violation

LOCATION: Terraces

SUMMARY: Two people were judicially referred for drug policy violation. Master Patrol Officer Erik Merlin.

Medical assist

LOCATION: Towers Concourse

SUMMARY: Caller reported a person slipped on stairs and sustained an ankle injury. Person declined medical assistance with ambulance staff. Patrol Officer Andrew Schneider.

MARCH 24

Medical assist

LOCATION: Lower Quad

SUMMARY: Caller reported a person fell on ice and sustained a head injury. Person was transported by ambulance to CMC. Patrol Officer Mark Denicola.

Medical assist

LOCATION: Terraces

SUMMARY: Caller reported a person complaining of stomach pain. One person was transported by ambulance to CMC. Patrol Officer Andrew Schneider.

Suspicious circumstance

LOCATION: East Tower

SUMMARY: Caller reported a possibly stolen sign in the window of a residence. Investigation pending. Patrol Officer Mark Denicola.

Criminal mischief

LOCATION: Terraces

SUMMARY: Officer reported an unknown person damaged a card reader band. Investigation pending. Sergeant Terry O’Pray.

Reclassification of crime

LOCATION: Emerson Hall

SUMMARY: Officer reported the larceny reported on March 12 was reclassified as a burglary 2nd/unlawful entry with no force. Investigation pending. Investigator Tom Dunn.

Larceny

LOCATION: Campus Center

SUMMARY: Person reported was money stolen from a wallet. Master Patrol Officer Erik Merlin.

Larceny

LOCATION: Upper Campus

SUMMARY: Caller reported a person refused to provide change from payment for services. Upon officer’s arrival, change was returned. Master Patrol Officer Erik Merlin.

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