Crime Blotter

By Frank Lipp | February 7, 2022


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January 29 - The University Police responded to a reported student needing medical attention at Irving Hall of State Quad. Upon arrival, the subject was found incapacitated. It was determined there was a need to transport to the hospital for evaluation and treatment. 5 Quad provided transport.


January 29 - During a traffic stop at University Dr. West, a non-student subject was found to be operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. Arrested for the same.


January 29 - The University Police responded to a report of a disturbance at the Bus Stop - Collins Circle and took a report of property stolen by subjects. The investigation is still ongoing.


Nov. 10 - The University Police responded to take a report of stolen property in the IQ Cafeteria of Indigenous Quad. An affidavit of ownership was completed. The investigation is still ongoing.


January 30 - The University Police responded to a reported medical incident at Mohawk Tower at Indigenous Quad. Patient was transported for medical treatment.


February 1 - The University Police responded to assist Res Life with a welfare check at the SQ office at State Quad. The individual was found to be OK. Property taken from the incident was logged into property management software.




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