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Public Safety Briefs 12-9

Compiled by Gabriella Ciuffetelli. On Nov. 28 at 11:55 p.m., PS received a report that there was a male banging on the glass doors of the Au Bon Pan restaurant. PS responded and identified him as a Compass employee. His supervisor was notified and stated that this individual had no reason for being at that location. The employee was banned from campus and terminated.

On Nov. 30 5:35 p.m., a PS officer assigned to the Netherlands residence hall observed a student in the Rotterdam House lounge in possession of nunchucks. These were confiscated and the student was issued a summons.

On Dec. 2, a Hofstra administrator reported that an iPhone charger was stolen from the outlet near the lifeguard station in the Swim Center. Police assistance was declined.

On Dec. 2, PS received an anonymous report that the odor of marijuana was emanating from a room in Hague House. PS responded and discovered two residents inside, as well as towels blocking the bottom of the door. No marijuana was recovered but both students received summonses.

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