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September 26, 2017   |   Ithaca, NY

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Public Safety Log

JANUARY 25

Case status change

LOCATION: Friends Hall

SUMMARY: Officer reported books that had been reported stolen on Jan. 24 from Friends Hall were not stolen but were found by an unknown person and turned over to found property. Larceny unfounded. Patrol Officer Brad Bates.

Conduct code violation

LOCATION: Terraces

SUMMARY: Three people judicially referred for violation of college regulations. Patrol Officer Brad Bates.

Medical assist

LOCATION: Terraces

SUMMARY: Caller reported a person fell down stairs and struck their head. Person transported to CMC by ambulance. Patrol Officer Brad Bates.

JANUARY 26

Medical assist

LOCATION: Circle Apartments

SUMMARY: Caller reported an ambulance responding for a person who was ill. Person transported to CMC. Master Patrol Officer Erik Merlin.

Assist other college dept.

LOCATION: Roy H. Park School of Communications

SUMMARY: Caller reported a person attending classes after their registration for classes was denied. Investigation pending. Patrol Officer Christopher Teribury.

Unauthorized use of auto

LOCATION: Unknown location

SUMMARY: Caller reported a vehicle missing. Investigation pending. Master Patrol Officer Dirk Hightchew.

JANUARY 27

Found property

LOCATION: West Tower

SUMMARY: A key was found and turned over to public safety. Unknown owner.

Found property

LOCATION: West Tower

SUMMARY: Set of keys found and turned over to public safety. Unknown owner

Found property

LOCATION: Towers Concourse

SUMMARY: A jacket was found and turned over to public safety.

Case status change

LOCATION: All other

SUMMARY: Officer reported a vehicle that had been reported stolen on Jan. 26 was located. Unauthorized use unfounded. Master Patrol Officer Bruce Holmstock.

Unlawful poss. of marijuana

LOCATION: Terraces

SUMMARY: One person judicially referred for unlawful possession of marijuana. Patrol Officer Brad Bates.

Fire alarm

LOCATION: Terraces

SUMMARY: Fire alarm activation was possibly caused by steam. System reset. Master Patrol Officer Donald Lyke.

JANUARY 28

Medical assist

LOCATION: Emerson Hall

SUMMARY: Caller reported an ambulance responding for a person with chest pain. person was transported to CMC by ambulance. Patrol Officer Christopher Teribury.

Fire alarm

LOCATION: Circle Apartments

SUMMARY: Caller reported a possible fire in the oven.  Fire was out upon arrival and maintenance was requested to check the appliance. Fire Protection Specialist Enoch Perkins.

Underage poss. of alcohol

LOCATION: Terraces

SUMMARY: Three people judicially referred for underage possession of alcohol and violation of college regulations. Patrol Officer Brad Bates.

Irresponsible use of alcohol

LOCATION: Bogart Hall

SUMMARY: Caller reported a person feeling ill. Person was transported to CMC by ambulance and judicially referred for irresponsible use of alcohol. Fire Protection Specialist Enoch Perkins.

Underage poss. of alcohol

LOCATION: Terraces

SUMMARY: One person judicially referred for underage possession of alcohol. Patrol Officer brad bates.

Off-campus incident

LOCATION: All other

SUMMARY: Caller reported a person vomiting uncontrollably because an unknown person had placed an unknown substance in a beverage. Medical assistance was declined with ambulance staff. Patrol Officer Christopher Teribury.

Underage poss. of alcohol

LOCATION: Circle Lot 6

SUMMARY: One person judicially referred for underage possession of alcohol. Security Officer Kenneth Field.

Underage poss. of alcohol

LOCATION: Circle Lot 6

SUMMARY: Two persons judicially referred for underage possession of alcohol. Security Officer Jeremiah McMurray.

Underage poss. of alcohol

LOCATION: Circle Lot 2

SUMMARY: One person judicially referred for underage possession of alcohol. Security Officer Kenneth Field.

Underage poss. of alcohol

LOCATION: Circle Apartments

SUMMARY: Five people judicially referred for noise and underage possession of alcohol. Master Patrol Officer Donald Lyke.

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