Police Log 12-04-18
Nov. 26—University Police responded to a party at Shapiro Hall after a party reported that their friend was having a bad reaction to marijuana the party had smoked. BEMCo responded to the scene and requested Cataldo Ambulance Ser. Cataldo and Waltham Fire Department staff responded, and the ill party was transported to Newton-Wellesley Hospital for further treatment. The Area Coordinator on call was notified.
Nov. 26—A concerned parent called to report that their child was having a possible seizure in Cable Hall. On arrival, BEMCo requested Cataldo Ambulance assistance. The party was transported to Newton-Wellesley Hospital for further care. The Area Coordinator on call was notified.
Nov. 27—A party in Pearlman Hall fell down a stairway but was conscious and alert. The party refused medical aid and was given a ride to the International Business School.
Nov. 27—University Police received a report of a party in Shapiro Hall who was suffering from a nosebleed and feeling faint. Cataldo Ambulance staff responded, and the party refused medical treatment.
Nov. 28—University Police received a request to transport a party from Scheffres Hall to Newton-Wellesley Hospital. Cataldo Ambulance staff was notified.
Nov. 28—Brandeis Counseling Center staff requested a Cataldo Ambulance for an ill party. The area coordinator on call was informed.
Nov. 29—University Police responded to a party with a sprained ankle at the Charles River Road bus stop. BEMCo evaluated the party, who declined to go to the hospital, instead opting to be transported to Newton-Wellesley Hospital Urgent Care for further treatment.
Dec. 1—A caller reported an injured party in the Gosman Sports and Convocation Center with a possible dislocated shoulder. BEMCo staff requested an ambulance for transport, and Cataldo Ambulance staff transported the party to Newton-Wellesley Hospital. The area coordinator on call was notified.
Dec. 1—While at the scene of the previous injury at the Gosman Sports and Convocation Center, University Police received a report of a second injured party, a non-Brandeis student who had suffered what appeared to be a neck injury. Cataldo Ambulance staff transported the party to Newton-Wellesley Hospital.
Dec. 1—University Police received a report of a non-student minor who was suffering from dehydration in the Olin-Sang American Civilization Center. University Police transported the party to Newton-Wellesley Hospital, where the party would meet with their parents.
Dec. 2—University Police received a call for a party who was unwell and vomiting in Massell Quad. Cataldo Ambulance staff transported the party to Newton-Wellesley Hospital. The Area Coordinator on call was notified.
Dec. 2—A caller reported that a party in their Ziv Quad room was crying and needed help. A University Police officer stated that the party was intoxicated and unconscious. Cataldo Ambulance staff transported the party to Newton-Wellesley Hospital.
Dec. 2—University Police responded to a party with a possible leg injury in the Gosman Sports and Convocation Center. The Weston Fire Department transported the party to Newton-Wellesley Hospital for further care.
Nov. 21—A party in the Gosman Sports and Convocation Center reported that their North Face jacket was taken from an unsecured locker in the men’s locker room. University Police compiled a report on the incident.
Dec. 3—A party in the Sachar International Center reported that their wallet had been stolen from their jacket.
Nov. 21—University Police received a complaint of people being loud on a loading dock near East Quad. University Police checked the area and found it clear upon arrival.
Dec. 1—University Police received a report of an argument or possible fight outside the Shapiro Admissions Center. Upon arrival, University Police observed a group of people running near the Carl J. and Ruth Shapiro Campus Center. Units searched the area but were unable to locate the parties.
Dec. 1—A party reported that there was a loud group of people outside the Charles River Apartments.
Dec. 1—The Stein manager reported that two employees were creating a disturbance. The two employees left after University Police showed up and asked them to leave.
Nov. 30—Mailroom staff reported a suspicious package with hazmat markings. University Police confiscated the packaged and investigated the student to whom it was sent.
Dec. 2—A party in Ridgewood Quad reported receiving multiple calls from a man who stated that he was on campus looking for the reporting party. University Police issued a report to be on the lookout for the man. Officers checked around campus and could not locate him. He was driving a beige sedan, according to the police, and was described as a male with a heavyset build, approximately 25 years old. The reporting party, who said they had some prior dealings with the man, reported that his first name was Joshua.
Dec. 3—On Nov. 1, University Police received a report of a swastika applied to a staffer’s car with a magic marker. After an investigation, University Police was unable to determine where the incident occurred.
Nov. 27—A Facilities employee driving a University vehicle backed into a parked car in the Bernstein-Marcus Lot.
Nov. 27—Waltham Police requested assistance in looking for a missing six year old. University Police units responded to the area of South Street and Charles River Road to assist. Waltham Police later called back and stated that the child had been located.
Dec. 3—University Police received a report of an off-campus accident between a car and a motorcycle. The Waltham Police and Fire Departments reported to the scene of the accident, and University Police cleared the scene.