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Public Safety Briefs

By Jessica Lewis

Public Safety received a call on February 22 that there was a fire in the trash can in front of the Kushner School of Law. They responded and extinguished the fire without incident.

A female student reported to Public Safety that her ex-boyfriend, also a student, has been repeatedly harassing her via text messages. He was issued an appearance summons on February 22.

A student reported to Public Safety on February 23 that she lost her cell phone over winter break and a male student found it and returned it to her. The male student began to ask her for money. An investigation is being conducted and police assistance was declined.

Public Safety responded to a noise complaint on February 24 in Bill of Rights Residence Hall. When they arrived they found two students involved in an altercation about the noise, both students were issued an appearance summons.

Two students who failed to evacuate Bill of Rights Residence Hall during a fire alarm on February 25 were given appearance summonses.


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