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Public Safety Logs Nov. 13–19

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Nov. 13

 

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF 3RD DEGREE

 

LOCATION: Circle Community Building / 30 College Circle Drive

 

SUMMARY: Patrol Officer Dana Malcolm reported an unknown person damaged a gas pipe. This is a pending investigation. 

 

FIRE SMOLDERING

 

LOCATION: G-lot / S of 134 Conservatory Drive 

 

SUMMARY: A caller reported smoke coming from a cigarette receptacle. Charlie Sherman, fire and building safety coordinator for Environmental Health and Safety, extinguished the fire with water and a report was taken

 

SGC DISRUPTIVE / EXCESSIVE NOISE

 

LOCATION: Friends Hall / 145 Textor Circle 

 

SUMMARY: A caller reported a person causing a disturbance by posting unauthorized flyers and moving furniture. Patrol Officer Steven Hutchinson responded and the person was referred to student conduct. 

 

SGC DISRUPTIVE / EXCESSIVE NOISE

 

Location: Friends Hall / 145 Textor Circle 

 

Summary: Patrol Officer Kevin McClain reported a person causing a disturbance by posting unauthorized flyers and moving furniture and the person was referred to student conduct 

 

PETIT LARCENY BETWEEN $50$199 

 

Location: Rowland Hall / 284 Lyceum Drive 

 

Summary: Caller reported an unknown person stole products from a vending machine. Patrol Officer Ivan Cruz responded. This is a pending investigation. 

 

Nov. 14

 

FIRE ALARM UNDETERMINED CAUSE FOR ALARM

 

Location: East Tower/ 143 Tower Skyline Drive 

 

Summary: Simplex reported a fire alarm. The cause for alarm activation was accidental. Patrol Officer Alex Hitchcock responded.

 

MEDICAL ASSISTANCE / ILLNESS RELATED

 

Location: Center for Health Sciences 

 

SUMMARY: A caller reported a person passed out. Assistance was provided and the person declined medical assistance. Patrol Officer Jordan Bartolis responded. 

 

Nov. 15

 

MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT / PROPERTY DAMAGE 

 

Location: S-lot / 300-400 Even Grant Egbert Blvd. 

 

Summary: A caller reported a two-car property damage motor vehicle accident. Patrol Officer Jordan Bartolis responded and a report was taken.

 

SCC COLLEGE REGULATIONS

 

Location: Friends Hall / 145 Textor Circle 

 

Summary: A caller reported an unknown person posted flyers on bulletin boards. Patrol Officer Matthew Patire responded. This is a pending investigation. 

 

FIRE ALARM ACCIDENTAL 

 

Location: Circle Apartments Building 111 / 111 College Circle

 

Summary: Simplex reported a fire alarm. The activation was caused by a person cooking. Patrol Officer Matthew Patire responded. This is a pending investigation 

 

MEDICAL ASSISTANCE / INJURY RELATED

 

Location: Higgins Stadium (Athletics and Events Center Turf Field) / E of 150 Lyceum Drive

 

Summary: A caller reported a person playing frisbee injured their back. The person was transported to the hospital by ambulance. Patrol Officer Bryan Verzosa responded and assistance was provided.

 

Nov. 16

 

FIRE ALARM ACCIDENTAL

 

Location: Circle Apartments Building 151 / 151 College Circle 

 

Summary: Simplex reported a fire alarm. George Whitmore, fire protection specialist, responded and determined the alarm was caused by burnt food. The alarm was accidental. 

 

HARASSMENT 2ND DEGREE 

 

Location: Terrace Dining Hall 

 

Summary: A caller reported a person repeatedly engaged in behavior that caused alarm. Patrol Officer Bryan Verzosa responded. This is a pending investigation. 

 

NOV. 17

 

SCC DISRUPTIVE / EXCESSIVE NOISE 

 

Location: Emerson Hall / 127 E. Grant Egbert Blvd. 

 

Summary: A caller reported loud music. Patrol Officer Ivan Cruz responded and issued the person a warning. The person responsible was warned for violation of law or conduct code.

 

FIRE ALARM UNDETERMINED CAUSE FOR ALARM 

 

Location: Whalen Center for Music / 146 Conservatory Drive 

 

Summary: Simplex reported a fire alarm. The cause for the activation is unknown. Patrol Officer Jordan Bartolis responded and determined the fire alarm was accidental. 

 

FIRE ACTUAL FIRE / FLAME / IGNITION 

 

Location: Recreation Trails / Natural Lands / 100 Block Flora Brown Drive 

 

Summary: A caller reported a downed tree on fire. The cause for the fire is unknown. Patrol Officer Connor McCoy responded. This is a pending investigation. 

 

Nov. 18

 

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF 4TH DEGREE 

 

Location: Textor Hall / 143 Textor Circle 

 

Summary: An officer reported an unknown person damaged a door. Patrol Officer Bryan Verzosa responded. This is a pending investigation. 

 

 

V&T LEAVING THE SCENE OF AN ACCIDENT 

 

Location: Circle Lot 3 / College Circle 

 

Summary: A caller reported an unknown vehicle damaged a parked vehicle and left the area. Patrol Officer Matthew Patire responded. This is a pending investigation 

 

Nov. 19

 

UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA

Location: Emerson Hall / 127 E. Grant Egbert Blvd.

Summary: Simplex reported a missing detector. Patrol Officer Bryan Verzosa responded. One person was referred to conduct

 

V&T LEAVING THE SCENE OF AN ACCIDENT

 

Location: J-Lot / S Of 143-151 Tower Skyline Drive


SUMMARY: A caller reported an unknown vehicle damaged a parked vehicle and left the area. Patrol Officer Steven Hutchinson responded. This is a pending investigation.

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