Published: Monday, May 21, 2012
Updated: Monday, May 21, 2012 14:05
May 1—A caller in Ziv reported experiencing rapid heart palpitations and chest pains. The party was transported to the Newton-Wellesley Hospital via ambulance.
May 4—A female party in Deroy fainted and fell to the floor—she consequently started bleeding from her nose. An ambulance transported the student to the Newton-Wellesley Hospital. Community Living was notified.
May 9—A party in the Usen Castle reported that his 20-year-old friend was experiencing pain on his left side and difficulty breathing. BEMCo treated the party on-scene, and an ambulance then transported the party to the Newton-Wellesley Hospital.
May 10—A party in the Shapiro Science Complex stated that his girlfriend was having a panic attack. BEMCo responded and treated the party on-scene with a signed refusal for further care.
May 7—The Waltham Police Department requested assistance with an off-campus car accident involving two cars. The parties exchanged paperwork; there were no injuries and very minor damage.
May 7—A Library and Technology Services employee struck a parked motor vehicle in I Lot.
May 9—A BranVan coordinator reported an accident at the main entrance gate. The University Police on scene reported that there were no injuries. A report was compiled.
May 11—University Police received a complaint of loud music coming from the Foster Mods. The group inside was dispersed, and one student will be charged through the judicial board.
May 2—A party approached the University Police on patrol and reported that his or her wallet had been stolen from Sherman Dining Hall. University Police compiled a report on the incident.
May 11—A student arrived at Public Safety to report that his laptop had been stolen from Deroy. University Police compiled a report on the theft.
May 12—A student claimed that his laptop was stolen from Hassenfeld Residence Hall. University Police compiled a report.
May 4—University Police received a call that two males attempted to steal bikes from outside the Shapiro Campus Center. The police checked the area but were unable to locate the parties. A report on the incident was compiled.
May 5—Unknown parties were seen with an open fire behind the Foster Mods. University Police discovered a small campfire attended by several seniors. The fire was extinguished with one glass of water.
May 7—A student came into Public Safety requesting a no-contact (restraining) order.
May 7—University Police found Brandeis students walking around on the roof of Stoneman and advised the students that they will face University judicial charges. No damage was observed in the area where they were walking. A report was compiled.
May 10—University staff reported two male parties starting a fire in the Theater Lot. University Police identified the parties involved, and the fire was extinguished. Judicial charges will be filed—there was no permanent damage to any university property.
May 11—A community development coordinator in Ziv 127 found drug paraphernalia. University Police confiscated the item and compiled a report.
—compiled by Marielle Temkin