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Public Safety Logs April 4–10

April 4

 

Medical Assist/ Illness

LOCATION: 284 Lyceum Drive

SUMMARY: Caller reported feeling nauseated and dizzy for several days. Officer reported that the person declined medical assistance. Patrol Officer Kevin McClain responded.

 

Off Campus Incident

LOCATION: All other/other

SUMMARY: Caller reported an unknown person caused damage to caller’s vehicle at an off-campus location. Officer reported that the caller filed a report with the Ithaca Police Department. Master Patrol Officer Bob Jones responded.

 

April 5

 

Medical Assist/ Illness

LOCATION: 131 Textor Circle

SUMMARY: Caller reported a person was feeling ill. The Office of Environmental Health and Safety reported that the person declined medical assistance and will go to urgent care with a friend. Patrol Officer Kevin McClain responded.

 

Medical Assist/ Illness

LOCATION: 147 Textor Circle

SUMMARY: Caller stated after taking prescribed medication they are suffering from numbness, blurred vision and nausea. Officer reported the person was transported to a hospital by ambulance. Patrol Officer Kevin McClain responded.

Harassment Second Degree

LOCATION: All other/ other

SUMMARY: Caller reported that known people were posting disparaging remarks about the caller on social media platforms. Patrol Officer Kevin McClain responded.

 

Criminal Trespass Third Degree

LOCATION: 106 Flora Brown Drive

SUMMARY: Caller reported a person was in their room without permission. Officer reported the caller did not wish to file charges. Person was escorted from the area. Sergeant Done Lyke responded.

 

April 6

 

Medical Assist/ Illness

LOCATION: 143 Tower Skyline Drive

SUMMARY: Caller reported having flu-like symptoms and difficulty breathing. Officer reported the person was transported to a hospital by ambulance. Patrol Officer Mayra Colon responded.

 

Medical Assist/ Illness

LOCATION: 131 Textor Circle

SUMMARY: Caller reported a person possibly passed out, having problems hearing and standing. The person did not pass out but did have flu-like symptoms and declined medical assistance from the Office of Public Safety staff. Patrol Officer Mayra Colon responded.

 

April 7

 

Larceny Fourth Degree Via Extortion

LOCATION: 334 Grant Egbert Blvd.

SUMMARY: Caller reported an unknown person demanded money from another person. Patrol Officer Bruce Hall responded.

 

April 8

 

Burglary No Force Third Degree

LOCATION: 113 Campus Center Way

SUMMARY: Caller reported a person entered an area without permission and attempted to steal property. The officer’s reported person was referred to the Office of Student Conduct. Master Patrol Officer Bob Jones responded.

 

Suspicious Circumstance

LOCATION: 30 College Circle Drive

SUMMARY: Caller reported an unknown person having a verbal argument over the phone that was causing concern. Officer reported being unable to locate the person. Sergeant Bryan Verzosa responded.

 

Welfare Check

LOCATION: 138 Grant Egbert Blvd.

SUMMARY: Caller requested a check on the welfare of a person that was ill and has not had contact with the caller for an extended period of time. Officer reported the person was located and advised to make contact with the caller. Sergeant Bryan Verzosa responded. 

 

Accidental Fire Alarm

LOCATION: 181 College Circle 

SUMMARY: Simplex reported a fire alarm. Officer reported the alarm activation was caused by burnt food. Sergeant Bryan Verzosa responded.

 

Petit Larceny Between $50–$199

LOCATION: 318 Grant Egbert Blvd.

SUMMARY: An officer observed multiple unknown people stealing property on recorded camera footage. Sergeant Bryan Verzosa responded.

 

Trespass No Degree

LOCATION: 100 Block Flora Brown Drive

SUMMARY: Caller reported there were people in the Natural Lands after hours. Officer reported being unable to locate them. Sergeant Bryan Verzosa responded.

 

April 9

 

Suspicious Circumstances

LOCATION: East of 127 Grant Egbert Blvd.

SUMMARY: Officer reported a large group of people in vehicles possibly drinking alcohol. Officer reported that the people were found to have permission to be in the area for a film shoot. Patrol Officer Bruce Hall responded.

 

Fire Alarm Malicious False Alarm

LOCATION: 326 Grant Egbert Blvd.

SUMMARY: Simplex reported fire alarm. Officer determined the alarm activation was caused by a malicious discharge of a fire extinguisher. Patrol Officer Bruce Hall responded.

 

Criminal Tampering Third Degree

LOCATION: 326 Grant Egbert Blvd.

SUMMARY: Officer reported fire extinguisher was maliciously discharged. Officer reported being unable to locate the person or people responsible. Patrol Officer Bruce Hall responded.

 

Medical Assist/ Illness

LOCATION: 406 Grant Egbert Blvd.

SUMMARY: Caller reported a person laying on the ground, semi responsive. Officer reported the person was having a seizure and was transported to the hospital by ambulance. Sergeant Jon Elmore responded.

 

Criminal Mischief Fourth Degree

LOCATION: 334 Grant Egbert Blvd.

SUMMARY: Caller reported an unknown person damaged lounge furniture, light fixture covers and signs. Patrol Officer Kevin McClain responded.

 

Change in the Case Status

LOCATION: 122 Farm Pond Road

SUMMARY: Officer reported one of the people responsible for petit larceny in Park Hall on April 8 was identified and referred to the Office of Student Conduct for petit larceny. Sergeant Bryan Verzosa responded.

 

Change in the Case Status

LOCATION: 280 Lyceum Drive

SUMMARY: Officer reported one of the people responsible for petit larceny in Park Hall on April 8 was identified and referred to the Office of Student Conduct for petit larceny. Sergeant Bryan Verzosa responded.

 

Change in the Case Status

LOCATION: 143 Tower Skyline Drive

SUMMARY: Officer reported one of the people responsible for petit larceny in Park Hall on April 8 was identified and referred to the Office of Student Conduct for petit larceny. Sergeant Bryan Verzosa responded.

 

Reclassification of Crime

LOCATION: 318 Grant Egbert Blvd.

SUMMARY: Officer reported the crime classification of petit larceny between $50-$199 that occurred in Park Hall on April 8 was reclassified as petit larceny under $50. Sergeant Bryan Verzosa responded.

 

Criminal Mischief Fourth Degree

LOCATION: 412 Grant Egbert Blvd.

SUMMARY: Caller reported that an unknown person damaged a toilet. Patrol Officer Bruce Hall responded.

 

April 10

 

Criminal Mischief Fourth Degree

LOCATION: 282 Lyceum Drive

SUMMARY: Officer reported that an unknown person damaged exit signs and ceiling tiles. Sergeant Jon Elmore responded.

 

Larceny Fourth Degree Over $1000 

LOCATION: 143 Tower Skyline Drive

SUMMARY: Caller reported that unknown person(s) stole clothes from an unattended dryer.  Sergeant Don Lyke responded.

 

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