Police Log

2/12/15  Officers met with a Resident Adviser (R.A.) in reference to an arson complaint. The R.A. stated at approximately 0000 hours a group of males burned some decorations on his door. The R.A. further stated the males left the area prior to him exiting the room.

2/15/15  Officers met with a student in reference to a suspicious person. The student stated that her gaming group had a falling out with another student. The student stated no direct threats were heard, but was concerned over some statements that the angry student expressed about his past gaming group.

2/16/15  Officers were dispatched to Firestine Hall in reference to a theft complaint. Officers spoke with a student who stated he left his room at approximately 2100 hours to study, and when he returned at 2340 hours, he noticed several items missing. The items missing included an iMac Air, Windows computer, two pairs of shoes and some prescription medication. This incident is under investigation.

2/18/15  Officers were dispatched to Thomas Library in reference to a suspicious male. The male was described as disoriented and wearing a green baggy sweatshirt. The male left prior to the officers’ arrival.

2/20/15  Officers were dispatched to police headquarters in reference to a theft report. Officers spoke with a staff member in reference to a missing computer mouse. No suspects were listed.

2/20/15  Officers were dispatched to police headquarters in reference to a possible identity theft. Officers met with a student who stated he went to H&R Block to file his taxes and was advised someone had already used his social security number to file. No suspects were listed.

2/21/15  Officers were dispatched to a home in the 400 block of Woodlawn Ave. in reference to the front door being kicked in. The residents of the house were identified as students. Officers contacted the residents and advised them of the situation. The residents checked the property, and nothing appeared to be missing. Physical Plant was notified.

2/25/15  Officers were dispatched to Thomas Library in reference to some graffiti found in the third floor men’s restroom. The graffiti consisted of an extended trident and writing which stated, “This is a gnome symbol” and “Their pledges are called halflings.” No suspects were listed at the time of the report.

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