Bike and Bike Part Theft
Jan. 27: A bicycle was reported stolen from the Bannan Labs bike rack.
Jan 27: A bicycle tire was reported stolen from a parked bicycle, at the Bannan Labs bike rack. Found Property
Jan. 29: An umbrella was found and turned in to the CSS office.
Jan. 29: A longboard was found in Benson Center and turned in to CSS office.
Jan. 29: A skateboard was found in the Learning Commons and turned in to the CSS office. Information Report
Jan. 25: A staff member reported she may have accidentally hit another parked vehicle, while attempting to park on the second floor of the Main Parking Structure. CSS documented the incident.
Jan. 25: An unauthorized banner was found displayed near the St. Joseph Hall main entrance. It was taken down.
Jan. 26: A campus resident was seen carrying a “STOP” sign and walking toward the Swig Residence Hall entrance. He claimed to have obtained the sign from a friend at an off-campus location when asked by a CSS Officer.
Jan. 26: The University Villas pedestrian gate was found damaged. A review of video revealed a student kicked the crash bar of the gate.
Jan. 29: Students were reported sleeping in various rooms in Mayer Theatre. The students had left the building upon CSS arrival.
Jan. 26: A campus resident suffered a concussion when he fell off a horse while riding at an off-campus location. He was evaluated by SCU EMS on campus and transported to O’Connor Hospital by a private vehicle.
Jan. 29: A student injured his knee while playing frisbee at Bellomy Field. He was evaluated by SCU EMS and transported to O’Connor Hospital by paramedics.
Jan. 30: A campus resident reported having an earache. She was evaluated by SCU EMS. Non-Injury Traffic Accident
Jan. 25: A vehicle was observed backing into another parked vehicle, on the third floor of the Main Parking Structure, while attempting to park. The driver then left without leaving a note on the damaged vehicle. CSS placed a note on both vehicles.
Jan. 26: Female students reported being approached by a suspicious non-affiliate male, who made inappropriate comments toward them, making them uncomfortable. He was admonished for trespassing and escorted off campus by a CSS officer.
Jan. 27: A suspicious unknown male was reported making obscene gestures toward a female student at the corner of Loyola Hall. CSS was able to locate him for questioning. He refused to identify himself when asked and left campus without further incident.
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