Police Blotter

Friday, April 16

A fire alarm was reported in the Media Production Center. Physical Plant investigated the matter and found that during construction work, dust from a drill had set off the smoke alarm.

Theft was reported from the Sports Center. A female student reported $45 and a credit card stolen from one of the cubbyholes.

A vehicle accident was reported near the Sports Center. A driver from Reston Limousine and a male student were involved. The Reston driver took a turn too wide and clipped the male student's vehicle. No injuries were reported.

Saturday, April 17

Two residents of McDowell Hall were engaged in a dispute in Hughes Hall. A female student reported that a male student harassed her and yelled obscene and vulgar words at her while making inappropriate gestures.

Damage to a vehicle was reported in the Nebraska Parking Lot. The vehicle sustained damage to the left rear bumper and taillight.

Medical attention was refused in McDowell Hall. A male student, who sustained a knee injury, was conscious but unresponsive.

Sunday, April 18

An unconscious male individual was found in Letts Hall. Public Safety came and asked the male for identification and found that he was a guest of an AU student. He refused medical attention. There is no indication as to the cause of the illness.

Medical attention was refused near the Public Safety building. A male student leaning over the bridge near the Public Safety building claimed to feel dizzy and suffer abdominal pains, but when offered medical transport he refused. He signed a medical refusal form and was released.

A hospital transport was reported in the Sports Center. While using a treadmill in the Sports Center, a female student sustained a knee injury. She was taken to Sibley Hospital.

An injury was reported in Leonard Hall. A male took an elbow to the face. Public Safety checked on him and he signed a medical refusal form.

After a steam pipe broke, the fire alarm went off in the Asbury building, a false fire alarm went off. Physical Plant had to do repair work but there was no need for evacuation.

Theft was reported in McDowell Hall. A male resident reported that a shirt and sunglasses had been stolen from his room. There were no signs of forced entry.

Monday, April 19

Vandalism was reported in Nebraska Hall. While opening a conference room for a Judicial Affairs and Mediation session, Public Safety found a vandalized room. The previous user of the room had left molten candle wax, talcum powder and confetti everywhere.

A false fire alarm was reported in Federal Hall. No evacuation was required and Physical Plant arrived and reset the panel.

Theft was reported in Letts Hall. A male student reported that three DVDs had been stolen from his room while he and his girlfriend were sleeping. There were no signs of forced entry.

Medical attention was refused in the Sports Center. A female student injured her leg and was given ice but refused further aid.

An elevator became stuck in McDowell Hall. A female was trapped inside for 20 minutes. She was released by Physical Plant.

A fire alarm occurred on the third floor of Anderson Hall. The fire department said that a lamp that was too close to a mattress was the reason for the fire.

Tuesday, April 20

A hospital transport was needed from Centennial Hall. A female student had an allergic reaction to medication and was taken to Sibley Hospital.

Theft was reported in the Ward Circle building. A female student had forgotten her purse while in the building. She went back to retrieve it and found it was missing. The bag contained cash and an ID card.

A hospital transport was needed from Butler Pavilion. A female student-employee in the bookstore was sitting in a chair and was unresponsive. She was taken to Sibley Hospital.

A recreational soccer game resulted in a brawl in Bender Arena involving four male students. No injuries were reported and no charges were pressed.

Theft was reported in Centennial Hall. A female student reported cash missing from her room. Upon investigation there were no signs of forced entry.

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