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Public Safety Briefs, 4-25-2013

Compiled by Magdalene Michalik A student went to Hofstra Card Services on April 18 to have her lost ID card replaced. She was informed that money was charged to her card during the time it was not in her possession.

A Lackmann food manager reported to PS on April 18 that a student took two drinks without paying for them. PS responded and the student received a summons.

A student discovered that his locked bike left between Axinn Library and Hofstra Hall on April 18 was missing. A search was conducted for the bike but it was not found. NCPD assistance was declined.

A Chevy Malibu struck a student riding her bike going from the south to the north side of campus on Hempstead Turnpike on April 19. The car hit the rear wheel of her bike and the student received a small scratch from the pedal of the bike. The vehicle fled westbound on Hempstead Turnpike. The student declined medical assistance and did not want to file a report.

A law student reported on April 19 that a room in the law school was unlocked and several books were missing. PS searched for the books but they were not found. An investigation is being conducted.

In Nassau Hall on April 20, a student got into an argument with her boyfriend that turned into a physical altercation. PS responded and calmed the situation. Both students were escorted to the HIC where the NCPD was notified and responded. No action was taken by the NCPD but both students received summonses for harassment and fighting.

PS received a report that there was a strong odor of marijuana coming from a room in Enterprise Hall on April 20. PS keyed into the room that contained 3 students and 1 non-student. The students received summonses and the non-student was escorted to the HIC and was banned from campus. No substance was recovered.

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