September 7th

A student is referred to Psychological Services after saying strange things about Italians trying to “get him.” The student then proceeded to walk back and forth in the cafeteria while yelling at other people.

September 7th

A man got argumentative and loud with two lab technicians for not wanting to follow lab rules about logging in and producing an ID card.

September 7th

David Van Pelt from Facilities Services reported that a custodial cart driven by Gary McNelly was damaged after it was driven under a low tree.

September 8th

A facilities worker was transported to Huntington Memorial Hospital after injuring a knee. The worker needed three stitches for the laceration.

September 10th

Staff reported a transient destroying the garden on the south side of the L building. An officer responded to the incident, but he was unable to locate the transient.

September 11th

A student reported that a man was following her at Shatford Library for three days. Officers responded to the incident and captured the man as he fled from the north side of the library. After the person was transported to the police station, he admitted that he followed the woman for three days because he thought she was cute. The man was admonished of the consequences of the repeated behavior and was then released.

September 11th

Students reported a man, not affiliated with the campus, in the quad holding a sign with writing that was offensive to women, various ethnic groups, and those with opposing religious or moral beliefs. When officers responded to the incident they found that the man was debating with students who had gathered around him. Officers and cadets remained near the person until he left an hour later.

September 12th

A woman was asked to empty her bag after she was suspected of stealing a book from the library. The front cover was torn off but the magnetic strip activated the alarm. The library staff did not press charges.

September 12th

The Student Affairs Office reported a man throwing items into the bike rack near the garden. After an officer responded to the incident, the man was found to be a transient. Additionally, he was the same person who continuously returned to the area throughout the summer. The transient was later counseled regarding his behavior and escorted off campus.

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