Published: Tuesday, April 24, 2012
Updated: Tuesday, April 24, 2012 00:04
April 17—A party in Ziv complained of having an illness and that his antibiotics were not working. The party was transported via police cruiser to the Newton-Wellesley Hospital for further care.
April 17—A reporting party stated that an 18-year-old female was having an allergic reaction in the Sherman Dining Hall. BEMCo treated the party on-scene with a signed refusal for further care.
April 19—A student in Usen called University Police, complaining of feeling dizzy and nauseated. University Police requested that the BEMCo supervisor and the community development coordinator on call come to the student’s room, and BEMCo cleared the student. No further action was taken by the University Police.
April 19—University Police received a call from a student reporting an eye infection. BEMCo responded and assisted the party with a signed refusal for further care.
April 20—University Police received a call that a female student had had too much alcohol to drink. BEMCO treated the party on scene with a signed refusal for further care.
April 21—A female in the Charles River Apartments complained of wrist and shoulder pain; BEMCo and University Police responded, and the party was treated and transported via police cruiser to the Newton-Wellesley Hospital for further care.
April 16—University Police compiled a report on attempted fraud scam via the Internet from a charity firm. No victims fell for the scam as a result of this report being composed. University Library and Technology Services has blocked the scam site from the University website.
April 20—University Police received a report of two items stolen from a locked motor vehicle in Tower Lot. There was no signed of forced entry; University Police compiled a report.
April 21—A party in the Usdan Student Center reported that someone stole her laptop when it was left unattended in a common area. University Police compiled a report on the theft.
April 17—A party from the Mailman House reported that there was a male party in the lobby who refused to give his name and requested to speak with someone. The staff was nervous. University Police arrived to check on the unknown party, assessed the situation and requested an ambulance to transport the party to the hospital for a psychological evaluation. The party was transported without incident.
April 18—University Police compiled a report on a student in Ridgewood who claimed she was being harassed by another student. An investigation will follow.
April 20—A student in East Quad called University Police as a result of hearing a loud bang behind the building. University Police checked the area and found no problems.
April 22—University Police observed a suspicious vehicle in the Theater Lot. The three parties inside were found with marijuana, and the registered owner of the vehicle was not present. University Police will file University Judicial charges.
April 22—University Police discovered two parties involved in a consensual relationship in a motor vehicle on Loop Road. The parties were identified and warrant checks were performed with negative results. The parties were requested to vacate the area.
April 21—University Police received a complaint of a loud party in Ridgewood. The registered party was dispersed without incident.
—compiled by Marielle Temkin