Police reports: Mountains and misdemeanors

On Sept. 30, an individual reported reported their bike stolen. While taking the report, an officer learned that a friend was playing a prank on the individual. According to the report, “the friend was told not to do that.”

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On Oct. 1, Renne Library reported that someone had knocked over a cart. Police are investigating the incident.

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On Oct. 1, four bikes were reported stolen from various locations around campus.

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At 3 p.m. on Oct. 4, an officer stopped five individuals at the Wally Byam Park on 11th Avenue and College Street. Two of them were immediately charged with possession of dangerous drugs for marijuana. The individuals did not consent to the search of a backpack with them. The backpack was seized by MSU police, who acquired a search warrant for the bag the next day. Upon inspection of the contents of the bag, the five individuals were found to have been in possession of marijuana, amphetamines and LSD.

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On Oct. 4 around 9 p.m., a caller reported seeing strange green lights emanating from Bobcat Stadium. Investigating officers found an architecture group using a green laser. They were advised to not point the laser at anyone.

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Student security reported observing about 15 people smoking marijuana in the fields north of Lincoln Street late on the evening of Oct. 4. When officers responded, many of the individuals fled. One individual had a jar of marijuana in his pocket but had a valid green card. Two other individuals were cited for obstructing a police officer.

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An officer on patrol in Family and Graduate Housing on Oct. 5 found a container of pills on the sidewalk. The pills tested positive as Adderall. The owner of the pills is unknown, but police are working furiously around the clock to locate him or her.

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On Oct. 6, a student flagged down an officer to inform police that he or she had seen a post on the anonymous social media platform Yik Yak that someone was intending to damage vehicles in the Roskie Lot. Officers observed the lot for a number of hours. No damage occurred.

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In the afternoon of Oct. 7, it was reported that “an individual wanted to harm bicyclists.” An officer speaking to the individual learned that it was a joke and warned the probable longboarder for disorderly conduct.

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An individual in the Dobbie Lambert Fields reported that their phone, wallet and shoes had been stolen. After finally locating the Dobbie Lambert Fields on an ancient map of MSU, the phone, wallet and both shoes were quickly located.

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A call from Paisley Court shortly before 1 a.m. on Oct. 10 complained that wind chimes were making noise. The owners of the wind chimes were warned for noise. Officers who attempted to cite the wind were unable to do so.