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Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Incident report, week of Nov. 30

12/1—No Incidents

There were no incidents reported to the Pierce College Sheriff’s for the last week of November, according to Angie Moore, senior office assistant at the Sheriff’s Office.

Incidents have declined because the number of people on campus in November has dropped significantly since the semester’s start in September, Sheriff’s Deputy Al Guerrero said.

Since the final withdrawal date on Nov. 23, the students that are left on campus are focused on schoolwork, and not causing incidents, Guerrero said.

“It’s a good time of year for us,” Guerrero said. “And we’re just here to make sure they can finish their studies.”

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