THE SANTA CLARA
February 16, 2017
Drunk in Public
Feb. 8: A non-affiliate male was intoxicated in Swig Residence Hall and causing a disturbance. Campus Safety and SCPD responded. He was taken into custody for being drunk in public and resisting arrest.
Feb. 10: An unknown vehicle struck the disabled parking sign pole in the “B” area of the Benson Memorial Center parking lot. A work order was submitted to have it repaired.
Feb. 13: A calculator was found in Vari Hall. The item is being held at Campus Safety Services for safekeeping.
Feb. 11: SCPD dispersed a keg party in progress at a neighborhood unit located at 590 Lafayette St. The next-door neighbor reported that the students at 590 Lafayette St. were urinating through the fence onto his vehicle. The students washed the neighbor’s driveway.
Feb. 12: An offensive sticker was found posted on the back of a city street sign on Market Street. The sticker was removed and documented.
Feb. 13: A student reported that her vehicle’s left fender was damaged by another vehicle while it was parked in the Main Parking Structure. The other vehicle left the area without leaving a note. Campus Safety responded to document the incident.
Feb. 11: Staff reported that an unknown male entered the mailroom at the Facilities Building. Surveillance video showed a male in a yellow traffic vest and baseball cap borrow a mail cart and return it. Facilities was notified of the incident.
Feb. 8: A campus resident injured her thumb. SCU EMS evaluated and released her.
Feb. 9: A campus staff member injured his hand while cooking in Nobili Hall. SCU EMS evaluated and released him. Campus Safety gave him a courtesy ride to the hospital.
Feb. 10: A bicycle was stolen from the south bicycle rack of the Edward M. Dowd Art and Art History Building. SCPD arrested the suspect at a later time.
Feb. 12: A non-affiliate reported that someone took his iPad from his unattended bag in O’Connor Hall room 209 while he was away at lunch.
Feb. 12: A student reported that someone took his iPhone 5, SCU ACCESS card and keys from his unattended desk in O’Connor Hall room 209 while he was away at lunch.
Feb. 11: Campus Safety and SCPD responded to Park Avenue to check on non-affiliates trying to gain entry through the gate. SCPD gave a non-affiliate male a trespass warning.
From Campus Safety reports. Email email@example.com.