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Public Safety Briefs

By Compiled By Rachel Lutz

While on rounds on February 15, a PSO assigned to Colonial Square discovered a spider cracked window in Providence House. The plant manager was notified.

A student reported to Public Safety on February 15 that her friend, another student, is being harassed and threatened by another student, her ex-boyfriend. The witness was complaining that her friend is afraid and concerned. A summons was issued to the ex-boyfriend.

A Hofstra administrator that parked in Field 6 on February 15 returned to the car and noticed the right rear light hanging off the car. Police assistance was declined.

A student from Suffolk Hall called Public Safety and verbally assaulted a PSO on February 15, stating that her locks had been changed. A PSO responded and keyed into the room. Later on, there was an anonymous call that there was screaming coming from the room. A PSO responded again, and the resident was issued a summons for failure to comply, verbal abuse, and assault.

A student reported to Public Safety that he lost his backpack on February 15, which contained a 17-inch Mac Book Pro and a calculus and French textbook. Police assistance was declined.

A student reported to Public Safety on February 16 that she had been harassed and threatened on numerous occasions. The non-student harasser has been banned from campus.

A PSO assigned to the Oak Street booth witnessed a student swipe another student's ID through the turnstile on February 16. The ID was confiscated. Upon picking up the ID, both students were issued summonses for failure to comply.

A PSO responded to a fire alarm on February 17 at Grad Residence Hall. Upon searching the building, the PSO found three students studying in a side room instead of leaving. Student became verbally abusive toward the PSO and would not leave. The PSO called for backup and the three students were issued summonses for failure to comply.

While on rounds on Feb. 17, the RA on duty in Nassau Hall heard loud music coming from a room and knocked without any response. The RA called Public Safety who responded and noted several plastic cups filled with alcohol. The resident of the room was issued a summons for alcohol violation.

 

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