Lights and Sirens (March 28, 2011)

    Sunday, March 13
    9:51 p.m.: Unknown trouble
    ? A female screamed five times “somewhere outside” of Geisel Library. Unable to locate.

    Monday, March 14
    3:47 a.m.: Information
    ? The sprinklers by Jacobs Hall flooded the north side of Engineering Building Unit 3A. Referred to other agency.

    Tuesday, March 15
    8:28 a.m.: Report of petty theft
    ? The reporter noticed “over time” that his camera, iPod, external hard drive, flash drive and two Swiss army knives were stolen. Report taken.
    9:27 a.m.: Hazard situation
    ? A red Volkswagen rolled out of its spot and hit another vehicle at Lot 502. Report taken.

    Wednesday, March 16
    1:14 a.m.: Suspicious person
    ? A group of people were throwing eggs from the roof of the third floor of Harlan Hall. Unable to locate.
    10:38 a.m.: Citizen contact
    ? A male wanted to speak to an officer about a $5 bill that had a symbol on it. Information only.

    Thursday, March 17
    4:47 p.m.: Citizen contact
    ? The reporter’s daughter has social anxiety disorder. She plays music all the time, cannot study, is losing sleep and is now seeing a psychologist. Referred to other agency.

    Friday, March 18
    2:40 a.m.: Vandalism
    ? The reporter received notice from someone inside the Guardian office at Old Student Center A that  someone broke a window. Report taken.
    11:46 a.m.: Animal call
    ? A crow was stuck in a tree near Hopkins Parking Structure. Referred to other agency.
    5:01 p.m.: Suspicious person
    ? A short male in his fifties was seen walking strangely and talking to himself while carrying paper bags at Lot 408. Unable to locate.

    Saturday, March 19
    1:19 a.m.: Disturbance, general
    ? A male was throwing things and “being aggressive” at the Village. Arrest misdemeanor.
    5:25 p.m.: Welfare check
    ? A male wearing blue boxers was walking up a hill with his eyes closed near Peterson Hall. Unable to locate.

    Sunday, March 20
    2:58 p.m.: Information
    ? The American flag blew off its pole at Spanos Athletic Training Facility. Information only.

    Monday, March 21
    12:59 p.m.: Injury
    ? A person, who “might be male,” had a broken ankle but was conscious and breathing. Referred to other agency.
    2:00 p.m.: Hazard situation
    ? There was a gas spill that made researchers feel dizzy at Hubbs Hall on Biological Grade. Referred to other agency.
    5:40 p.m.: Suspicious person
    ? A male without a shirt was “chewing on [a] towel,” but no weapons were seen. Information only.

    Tuesday, March 22
    8:28 p.m.: Non-injury accident
    ? A shuttle bus backed up into a pole at the off-campus Shuttle Trailer. Report taken.

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