Alcohol-Related Medical Emergency
April 19: A campus resident was intoxicated after returning from an off-campus party. SCFD was contacted and responded. The student was well enough to remain in his room.
April 21: A campus resident was reported intoxicated in his room. SCU EMS responded, but the resident was uncooperative and left his room upon EMS arrival.
April 19: Cymbals were found and turned in to the CSS office.
April 19: A white powdery substance was reportedly found on a campus resident’s desk in his room. The substance was identified as a prescription medication.
April 21: CSS responded to investigate a report of a fire extinguisher found in a campus resident’s room. The fire extinguisher was not Santa Clara property.
April 29: A swarm of bees was found around a tree at the Benson Center. Caution tape was placed around the tree to block off the area.
April 19: A campus resident hit her nose on a wall while sleeping. She was given medical assistance at the Cowell Health Center.
April 23: A student fell down the west stairwell of Sanfilippo Residence Hall, injuring his ankle. He was evaluated and given medical assistance by EMS. He declined transportation to a hospital and was given crutches.
April 20: Unidentified males were reported throwing water bottles off the third floor balcony of Lucas Hall. CSS questioned a student in the area who admitted throwing water bottles as a prank.
April 21: Four students were found swimming in the Sullivan Aquatic Center pool after closing hours. They were documented and admonished to leave.
April 23: Campus residents were reported having a physical and verbal altercation in their apartment and one of them locked himself in a bedroom. They were both questioned by a CSS officer. Alcoholic beverages were found in the room and were disposed of.
April 21: A non-affiliate male was sleeping in the bushes by the Benson Center. He was admonished for trespassing and asked to leave campus property.
April 21: A student reported his vehicle was stolen while parked on the second floor of the North Campus Parking Garage. SCPD was contacted and responded. Another stolen vehicle was located on the third floor of the same garage, with a backpack containing a collection of mail from different mailboxes.
From Campus Safety reports.