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Public Safety Briefs 4-10-2014

Compiled by Ehlayna NapolitanoNEWS EDITOR

A PSO on patrol on April 2 noticed a glass panel near the elevator in the East Unispan was shattered. A search was conducted, which yielded no results. The Plant Department was notified.

A fire alarm was activated in Bill of Rights Hall on April 2. A search of the building revealed that four students had failed to evacuate. Summonses were issued to all the students.

A Health and Safety inspection in Quincy House on April 3 revealed a wicker box containing a bong with marijuana residue in one of the rooms. It was confiscated and a summons was issued to the student.

On April 4, a Lackmann staff member observed two males in a white paneled truck stealing wooden pallets from the loading dock at the Student Center. A search was conducted but no one was located. An investigation is being conducted.

An RA on rounds in Constitution Hall on April 4 smelled marijuana coming from one of the rooms. PS responded and keyed into the room, where they found the resident. When questioned, the resident admitted to smoking in the room. No marijuana was recovered and a summons was issued.

A female student in Enterprise Hall reported to PS on April 4 that she got into a verbal confrontation with her non-student boyfriend. He threatened her and threw a picture frame at her. PS responded and apprehended him, before escorting him to the HIC where he was banned from campus.

An RSR in Nassau-Suffolk Halls reported two males in front of the building discharging a fire extinguisher on April 5. They were identified as students and issued summonses. The fire extinguisher was confiscated.

It was reported on April 5 that there were three students in Lawrence Herbert Hall who were not authorized to be there. PS responded and escorted the students out of the building. Summonses were issued to both students.

An RA reported to PS, that marijuana was smelled marijuana coming from a room in Bill of Rights Hall on April 6. PS responded and keyed into the room where they found the resident. When questioned, the student admitted to smoking. No marijuana was recovered and the student was issued a summons.

On April 5, PS received a report of a male in the Stuyvesant lot, keying the hoods of cars. PS responded and discovered three vehicles had been keyed. A search for the person responsible yielded no results. An investigation will be conducted.

An RA on rounds in Leiden House reported to PS on April 6 that he smelled marijuana coming from one of the rooms. PS responded, keyed into the room and found five students inside. When questioned, they admitted to smoking and also surrendered two open bottles of alcohol and a bong with marijuana residue. These items were confiscated and summonses were issued to all the students.

A Hofstra visitor reported to the HIC that they parked their vehicle on April 5 in the graduate lot and when they returned to their car on April 6, he discovered the GPS missing from the glove compartment. The car was unlocked at the time. Police assistance was declined.

On April 6, a student stated that she parked her vehicle near Liberty-Republic halls. Upon returning to her vehicle and beginning to drive, she heard the front left tire pop off of the car. Upon investigation, she discovered that someone had removed the lug nuts. Police assistance was declined and investigation will be conducted.

A student in C-Square reported that when she returned to her vehicle on April 6, she found that someone had broken in and taken a bottle of pain medicine and $3. The car was unlocked at the time. Police assistance was declined.

On April 6, a student stated that she parked her vehicle near Liberty-Republic halls. Upon returning to her vehicle and beginning to drive, she heard the front left tire pop off of the car. Upon investigation, she discovered that someone had removed the lug nuts. Police assistance was declined and investigation will be conducted.

On April 6, a student stated that she was being verbally abused by her former suitemate. The latter was issued a summons.

A fire alarm was activated in Estabrook Hall on April 8. Three students failed to evacuate and they were all issued summonses.

The smell of marijuana was reported by an RA in Tilberg House on April 9. PS keyed in and found four students inside. When questioned, they admitted to smoking marijuana and surrendered a piope with marijuana and two grinders. Summonses were issued to all students.

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