May 2: A case with Airpods was reported missing from
the Alumni Science lounge area.
May 6: Five skateboards from Benson Memorial
Center were turned in to Campus Safety.
May 6: Two bicycles with missing parts were
impounded from the Nobili Residence Hall bike racks.
May 6: A wallet containing a fraudulent driver’s
license belonging to a student was found at Benson
Memorial Center. The student was notified and the fake
driver’s license was confiscated and discarded.
May 2: A toilet was found in the center of the Benson
Memorial Center fountain. Facilities responded to
remove the toilet.
May 6: Campus Safety and SCFD responded to a fire
alarm activation in Graham Residence Hall lounge area.
The lounge area was filled with smoke and the building
was evacuated. A resident was baking when the fumes
emitted from the back of the burner.
May 7: A garbage bag full of marijuana leaves was
found in the landscape area by the North parking garage.
The marijuana leaves were destroyed.
May 7: A staff member reported receiving unwanted
phone messages from an ex-employee.
May 2: A student was reported having a medical
episode during a class session in Kenna Hall. SCFD
was contacted and responded. He was transported to
O’Connor Hospital by paramedics.
May 2: A student injured herself while performing a
ballet move in the dance studio. She was transported to
O’Connor Hospital by a private vehicle.
May 3: A campus resident was feeling light-headed
and had a fever. Campus Safety, SCU EMS and SCFD
responded. He was transported to O’Connor Hospital
May 5: A campus resident reported having severe
abdominal pains and was vomiting. He was evaluated
by SCU EMS, who requested SCFD’s response. He was
transported to O’Connor Hospital by paramedics.
May 5: Campus residents were found in possession
of alcoholic beverages, a beer bong, a vape pen and two
fake driver’s licenses in their room. The found items were
confiscated and discarded.
May 6: A suspicious male, later identified as a nonaffiliate male with previous trespass warnings was
observed looking around the University Villas complex
early in the morning. SCPD was contacted and responded.
He was given a formal trespass warning to stay off campus
May 7: A suspicious non-affiliate male was observed
entering a Learning Commons mens’ restroom carrying a
metal water bottle and then proceeding to the basement.
He was approached by a Campus Safety officer and was
uncooperative when questioned. He handed the bottle
to the officer and left the building.
From Campus Safety reports.