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Public Safety Logs March 14–20

March 14

 

Petit Larceny Between $50 – $199

LOCATION: 143 Tower Skyline Drive

SUMMARY: Caller reported that an unknown person stole clothing March 11 from the laundry room. Patrol Officer Kevin McClain responded.

 

March 15

 

Suspicious Circumstances

LOCATION: General area Grant Egbert Blvd.

SUMMARY: Caller reported hearing a loud pop. Officer reported area was checked with negative results. Patrol Officer Sophia Dimkos responded.

 

March 16

 

Accidental Fire Alarm

LOCATION: 151 Tower Skyline Drive

SUMMARY: Simplex reported a fire alarm. Officer reported the alarm activation was caused by burnt food. Patrol Officer Bruce Hall responded.

 

March 17

 

Criminal Tampering Third Degree

LOCATION: 116 Flora Brown Drive

SUMMARY: The Ithaca College Environmental Health and Safety staff reported an unknown person had discharged a fire extinguisher. Patrol Officer Mayra Colon responded.

 

Accidental Fire Alarm

LOCATION: 110 College Circle

SUMMARY: Simplex reported a fire alarm. Officer determined that the activation was caused by burnt food. Master Patrol Officer Bob Jones responded. 

 

Suspicious Circumstances

LOCATION: North of 140 Textor Circle

SUMMARY: Caller reported an unknown person had walked toward them. Officer determined that the person was a staff member. Master Patrol Officer Bob Jones responded.

 

March 19

 

Off-campus Incident

LOCATION: Other

SUMMARY: Caller reported a person made threats to harm themselves. Officer reported local law enforcement made contact with the person and reported the person was not a threat to themselves or others. Sergeant Jon Elmore responded.

 

March 20

 

Injury Related Medical Assist

LOCATION: East of 132 Grant Egbert Blvd. 

SUMMARY:  Caller reported that a person fell and had injured their left knee. Officer reported medical assistance was offered but that the person declined. Patrol Officer Kevin McClain responded. 

 

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