THE SANTA CLARA
November 3, 2016
Alcohol Related Medical Emergency
Oct. 27: A student was found intoxicated and sleeping in the back of a Facilities truck in the Facilities yard. Vicodin medication and a fake ID were found amongst his belongings. SCU EMS evaluated and escorted him back to his room at a campus residence hall.
Oct. 26: A fire sprinkler in a resident’s room was broken when the resident attempted to write on a chalkboard hanging on the sprinkler. Water flooded the room and the dorm hallway. Campus Safety, SCFD and Facilities staff responded. The water was shut off temporarily.
Oct. 26: Miscellaneous furniture belonging to a non-affiliate was reportedly being dumped behind the Louis B. Mayer Theatre. Several papers with the owner’s name were found inside of a piece of the furniture. SCPD conducted a follow-up.
Oct. 28: A campus resident reported finding a small bag of marijuana and miscellaneous notes in her dorm room desk. Campus Safety responded and disposed of the items.
Oct. 30: A small amount of dried blood was found in the stairwell of Swig Residence Hall between the first and second floors. Custodial Services was contacted to clean it up.
Oct. 26: A visitor was reported having a possible stroke on the east stairs of the De Saisset Museum. SCFD was contacted and responded. Paramedics transported her to O’Connor Hospital.
Oct. 29: Two students were found sitting on the Bronco Statue while others were taking pictures. When asked, they were reluctant to provide their student ID cards. Another unknown intoxicated male attempted to remove the ID cards from a Campus Safety officer’s hand before fleeing the area. They were admonished and documented.
Oct. 30: A campus resident reportedly climbed up the ladder to the roof of Campisi Residence Hall. Campus Safety responded and assisted her down.
Oct. 29: Campus Safety responded to a report of a male inside a women’s restroom in the basement of Benson Memorial Center. Upon investigation, several non-affiliate males were found with alcoholic beverages inside of the KSCU radio station office. One of the males admitted to having entered the women’s restroom. They were admonished to leave campus and dispose of the alcohol.
Oct. 31: A non-affiliate male was observed hiding in the bushes by the Graham Residence Hall courtyard. A Campus Safety officer questioned him and he admitted to be playing a Halloween prank on students. SCPD was contacted and responded. He was admonished for trespassing and asked to leave campus.
From Campus Safety reports. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.