On Jan. 11, the AJM Johnson Hall fire alarm was activated. A fire could not be found and the building still stands, unfortunately.
On Jan. 12, an officer located an individual in possession of drug paraphernalia. The nature of the paraphernalia was very blunt.
On Jan. 14, an officer located two individuals on a fire escape. The individuals were promptly fired.
On Jan. 15, an officer located an individual operating a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. A DUI was issued.
On Jan. 18, an individual reported items being stolen from an unlocked locker. Police are baffled about how such a thing could happen.
On Jan. 20, it was reported that two individuals were having a verbal argument. Officers responded and cited one individual for disorderly conduct.
On Jan. 21, it was reported that two individuals were fighting. One individual was cited for disorderly conduct.
On Jan. 21, an individual reported a suspicious individual. Officers were not able to locate the individual. This case has been given the award “Most Vague Case” for the month of January.
On Jan. 22, an officer located two individuals having a verbal altercation. Apparently these two individuals were quite upset with each other.
On Feb 1, an individual reported an item stolen from the SUB. An officer responded and took a report.
On Feb 2, it was reported that an individual was being disorderly in the SUB. Officers responded “trespassed the individual from campus,” whatever that means.
On Feb 3, an individual reported unauthorized charges were made to their card. Officers responded and took a report. The individual was advised to not give out any personal information. However, it is a good thing they called Campus Police, as they are well equipped to handle credit card fraud.
On Feb 3, an individual reported their locked bike stolen from the SUB. An officer responded and took a report.
On Feb 4, an individual reported their vehicle had been hit in Deer Lot and no information was left. Eyewitnesses reportedly said “oh deer!” at the time of the incident. The case is currently stagnant.
On Feb 4, it was reported an individual was assaulted. Officers confirmed that the individual was high in sodium.
On Feb 5, an individual reported their vehicle was hit at the Antelope House and no information was left. Officers found the offender. She was an aunt trying to elope.
On Feb 6, an officer located an individual driving a vehicle while under the age of 21 and under the influence of alcohol. At the end of the individual’s DUI citing, the “Price is Right” fail horn was played.
On Feb 9, it was reported an individual stole an item from Miller Dining Hall. The individual’s name: Aladdin.
On Feb 10, it was reported an individual was flashing a light into a residence. Oh the humanity.
On Feb 20, an individual reported someone had thrown eggs at their vehicle. The person responsible sure had egg on his face.