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ISSUE 115 VOL 16 PUBLISHED 3/22/2002

Campus Security Report: March 11 - March 17, 2002

By Anonymous
Contributing Writer

Friday, March 22, 2002

3/11/02 – A vehicle was accidentally damaged in Lot A.

3/12/02 – A medical was reported at Ytterboe Hall. The student was not transported.

3/14/02 – Public Safety responded to suspicious activity in Holland Hall. A student was asked to leave a restricted area. – Papers were found burned in Ytterboe Hall. – A small piece of paper was found burned in the Commons. – A fire alarm was reported in the library. A faulty smoke detector activated the alarm.

3/15/02 – Stereo equipment was reported stolen from a vehicle in the Skoglund Lot.

3/16/02 – Public Safety responded to a medical in Kittelsby Hall. The student was transported for observation. - A student reported he was verbally harassed near Manitou Fieldhouse.

3/17/02 – Public Safety responded to a medical at Skoglund. A wrestler was injured and transported to the ER by ambulance. - Public Safety responded to a medical at Hilleboe. A student had fallen down the stairs and was transported to the ER by Public Safety. - Public Safety responded to a medical at the Pause. The visitor was transported to the ER by ambulance for observation.


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