Police Blotter from winter break
Published by the Statesman on Jan. 28, 2014
By Rebecca Anzel
On Thursday, Dec. 19, two male students were referred after staff at Schick College found a stop sign in their room. Staff members also found two sign poles in the second floor hallway of Schick College.
On Thursday, Dec. 19, a male student was transported to the University Hospital Emergency Department from the Melville Library for evaluation.
On Friday, Dec. 27, a male former student was arrested in the Harriman Hall SINC site after a call that he may have been intoxicated.
On Saturday, Dec. 28, Fire Marshals responded to a call at the Indoor Sports Complex. An unknown person set off the alarm by pulling on the Pull Activation Box. No damage was done to the building.
On Tuesday, Dec. 31, a female commuter student walked into University Police headquarters to report she was receiving harassing emails. UPD has since closed the case.
On Tuesday, Jan. 7, coils were stolen from a service building on campus. The case is still open.
On Thursday, Jan. 9, police responded to a call at the University Hospital of a patient being uncooperative with staff members. The patient was irate and using belligerent language.
On Sunday, Jan. 12, police responded to a call at South P Lot of a suspicious vehicle. A male commuter student and a female commuter student were referred for having an open container of alcohol.
While you were gone, there were…
Three bicycles, two cell phones and one set of car keys were stolen. Five people reported stolen money and one exit sign was damaged. There were four miscellaneous reports.
11 marijuana reports
12 people were referred and two reports were unfounded.
8 criminal mischief reports
Two exit signs were torn down, a tree at the Childs Mansion was damaged, there were two elevator-related incidents and three miscellaneous reports.
8 harassment reports
Harassment was reported at the Health Science Center, Melville Library, University Hospital, Chemistry building, Life Sciences building and a service building.
3 alcohol violations
Two violations were intoxicated women and one was a driver.
3 accident-leaving scenes
The scenes were Toll Drive, Health Science Center and University Hospital.
2 incidents of intoxicated driving
One was on North Country Road and the other was on Circle Road by the Administration Parking Lot.
The Statesman originally published this piece online here.