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ISSUE 115 VOL 14 PUBLISHED 3/8/2002

Campus Security Report

By Anonymous
Contributing Writer


Friday, March 8, 2002

2/25/02 – A car fire was reported in Lot A. The driver, who sustained third degree burns, was pulled from the vehicle by a student. Another student helped to move the vehicle to a safe place away from other vehicles. -– A student reported an unwanted visitor in Thorson Hall. –- A backpack was reported stolen from either the Commons or the Science Center. It was recovered two days later and all items were accounted for.

2/26/02 – A box of paper and a toner cartridge were reported stolen from a computer lab in Ytterboe. –- A hit & run accident was reported outside Hill/Kitt. The suspect vehicle was later identified and information was exchanged. –- Graffiti was found on the exterior of Ytterboe Hall.

2/27/02 – Public Safety addressed a disorderly conduct incident near Steensland. –- Vandalism was reported at the pump house.

2/28/02 – Public Safety observed and addressed suspicious activity in Lot J.

3/1/02 – Public Safety stopped a student for driving on the sidewalks. -– Public Safety addressed an alcohol possession incident near Larson.

3/2/02 –- Public Safety issued a trespass order to a delivery driver who violated numerous traffic laws. –- A student was arrested by NPD for DUI outside Ytterboe Hall. – A student was found in possession of drug paraphernalia in Ellingson. –- Public Safety addressed a party at an honor house involving alcohol.

3/3/02 – An alcohol incident was addressed in Thorson Hall. –- Public Safety responded to a fire alarm at the library. It appears the system malfunctioned. –- Larceny from a vehicle was discovered in the Skoglund Lot. A window was broken and the CD player stolen.





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