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Public Safety Briefs, 10-14-2014

Compiled by Ehlayna Napolitano

On Oct. 3, a student reported that they chained their bike to the rack outside Constitution Hall. When the student returned to the bike, the chain had been cut and the bike was missing. Police assistance was declined.

A lacrosse staff member reported, on Oct. 3, that on Aug. 15, a MacBook had been taken from the lacrosse office in Margiotta Hall.

A student reported that they parked their car in the Enterprise lot at 11:00 a.m. on Oct. 3 and when they returned at 4:00 p.m. the same day, they discovered a large dent in the rear bumper. There were no witnesses and police assistance was declined.

A PSO on patrol on Oct. 5 observed a student placing a glass bong into the trunk of a car. The bong was recovered and the student was issued a summons.

A non-student reported that while in Axinn Library on Oct. 5, they left their computer on a desk on the eighth floor for several minutes while he used the restroom. When he returned, the laptop was missing. There were no witnesses and police assistance was declined.

On Oct. 5, a student reported that they left an iPhone in the common area of Hague House. After a short time, the student returned and found the phone missing. Police assistance was declined.

A student reported, on Oct. 7, that on Oct. 3 they had locked their bike to the railing by the Law Library. When they returned on Oct. 7, the bike was missing. Police assistance was declined.

A fire alarm was activated in the graduate hall on Oct. 7. During a search of the building, eight students were discovered remaining in the building. The students were issued summonses.

On Oct. 7, a student stated that he left a Hewlett-Packard laptop on the seventh floor of Constitution Hall, next to a trash receptacle by the elevator. The student was gone for about 20 to 30 minutes, and when the student returned, the laptop was missing. A search was conducted but the laptop was not located. Police assistance was declined.

A student reported on Oct. 9 that she left her backpack containing her wallet with $145 in an unsecured locker in the fitness center. When she returned, the money was missing. Police assistance was declined.

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