Police Blotter

Tuesday, June 8

Fraud was reported in the Sports Center as a man's credit cards were stolen out of his wallet, which was in an unsecured locker in the men's locker room. The credit cards were used fraudulently off campus.

Wednesday, June 9 to Thursday, June 10 No incidents were reported.

Friday, June 11

A false fire alarm sounded in the lobby of the Sports Center at 1:04 a.m. after the fire monitoring system recorded a sprinkler flow in the area. Public Safety found the problem on the seventh floor where a valve had been loosened, causing a slow leak.

Saturday, June 12

No incidents were reported.

Sunday, June 13

Theft of services was reported near the amphitheater when three people exited a taxi without paying and entered another car, which immediately left the area. One of the people has been identified as a recent graduate. A female student reported harassment by phone at 8:50 p.m. in Congressional Hall on Tenley Campus. A male staff member harassed the student when he called her Sunday night. The staff member has called her previously and had been directed to avoid contact. Human Resources is reviewing the incident.

Monday, June 14

Fire was reported outside Congressional Hall on Tenley Campus at 10:15 a.m. when a Physical Plant employee found a trashcan on fire. He got an extinguisher from the hall and put out the fire, but was unable to determine the cause.

Burglary was reported as a locker in the men's locker room was forced open and credit cards and cash were stolen from the wallet inside. The credit cards were used fraudulently off campus.

Tuesday, June 15

Theft was reported after a van with construction tools was broken into at 1:05 p.m. in the Nebraska Hall Parking lot. A contractor was doing work on the roof of Nebraska Hall while someone entered the van and stole some of the tools.

A female student reported her cell phone missing. She last had the phone in the Tavern on the first floor of the Mary Graydon Center.

Wednesday, June 16

An Eagle's Nest employee called Public Service after a customer was belligerent with her. Public Safety took an informational report in the Butler Pavilion Tunnel. The man allegedly yelled at the woman using a racial slur after being told that the store did not have what he was looking for. The man left the store immediately after the incident. No charges will be filed if the man is found, as it is considered a minor offense. A male student reported theft of student property as his wallet was taken at 5:53 p.m. at Bender Library. He had left the wallet unattended and unsecured on a desk for about an hour. The student was able to cancel his credit cards before any major fraudulent charges could be made.

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