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Saturday, August 8, 2020

Incident Report

11-25 – Injury – A female student was sent to the Health Office after she tripped and fell hitting her face on the pavement by the pool.

 

11-25 – Traffic accident –  A two-vehicle traffic collision occurred in Lot 7. Both of the drivers exchanged information.

 

11-25 – Verbal disturbance – A student was having an argument with a staff member at the Health Center.

 

11-25 – Attempted vehicle burglary – An unknown suspect broke into a vehicle in Lot 7 by breaking the drivers side door handle.

 

11-26 – Suspicious person – A barefooted transient was making a scene in the North Gym and was told to leave campus.

 

11-27 – Burglary – A staff member reported a computer was stolen from his office in the Horticulture building.

 

11-27 – Ill student –  A student was reported ill in class in the Anthropology building.

 

11-30 – Verbal disturbance – An argument occurred during a basketball game in the South Gym.

Genna Gold
Staff Reporter - Fall 2013 News Editor - Fall 2013 Managing Editor - Spring 2013 Editor-in-Chief of The Bull Magazine - Fall 2014

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