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ARCHIVE: January 2004

MISCHIEF UNDER $5000:

Jan 31, 1:25 pm: Victoria Hall - The ERC received a report of a number of students on the 5th floor of the Residence causing a disturbance.  Security attended the scene to find it virtually empty although they did discover some trash thrown around and a broken chair in the 5D common room.

Jan 25, 12:50 am: McNeill House - An AMS Walkhome team contacted the ERC to report glass in the Residence's main door had been smashed.  The nearest desk clerk was informed of the damage and they contacted staff to attend for clean up and repair. 

Jan 24, 1:25 pm: Ellis Hall - A staff member contacted the ERC to report an office window had been smashed. The Security Supervisor attended and found a round hole in the window, possibly caused by a thrown snowball.  The window was temporarily repaired and a note sent to have the window replaced during the next business day.

Jan 16, 2:55 am: Leonard Hall - While patrolling campus, the Security Supervisor observed a broken window in the set of doors leading into the building.  The main Residence desk was informed and contacted their maintenance staff who attended to the damage.

Jan 16, 2:10 am: Leonard Hall - The ERC received a report of someone setting off a fire extinguisher outside the Residence and informed Security to investigate.  The Security Supervisor attended and confirmed the report but the extinguisher was not located and the perpetrator had already fled the scene.

Jan 14, 1:00 pm: McArthur Hall - Staff reported two young males were seen in the building vandalizing some room dividers inside the main lobby then flee the building. Another caller reported a locker had been broken into but was empty so no property got stolen.

Jan 13, 2:50 am: Victoria Hall - An active fire alarm was indicated for the Residence and both Security & KFD were informed to attend. Upon arrival it was soon determined a pull station was maliciously.

Campus Security dealt with 110 "Mischief Under $5000" incidents in 2002. There were 104 such incidents in 2001, 118 in 2000, 82 in 1999, and 98 in 1998.


BREAK & ENTER / ATTEMPTED B&E / THEFT (QUEEN'S PROPERTY):

Jan 31, 12:45 pm: Campus - A staff member contacted Security to report someone may have forced entry into a building.  The Security Supervisor attended and confirmed signs of forced entry at an exterior door. A complete walk through of the building revealed all interior doors were still secure and alarmed areas were armed. No subsequent reports of thefts were received by the department.

Jan 26, 8:30 am: Campus - A staff member reported arriving at his office for the day to discover his door unlocked and open and his personal computer missing from inside. Other property in the room appeared to have been moved around and dumped, and a checkered, embroidered tablecloth was also gone - possibly used to wrap up the stolen items.  Also missing was a 50 cent piece, a late 19th Century Presbyterian communion coin, and a chalk holder.  The stolen computer was a Queen's Computer Store "Platinum system" with a 15" flat screen monitor. 

Jan 16, 9:25 pm: Campus - An alarm was indicated for audio/visual equipment room on campus and Security was dispatched to the scene.  The Supervisor arrived immediately to discover an attempted theft had occurred. An unplugged cable was reconnected and the alarm system reset - the perpetrator had already fled the scene by the time Security arrived and was not located.

Jan 15, 8:40 am: Campus - Staff contacted the ERC to report a room had been broken into sometime during the previous night.  The Security Supervisor attended and observed signs of forced entry to the room - staff confirmed a Toshiba S1 laptop computer (serial # 930147775) had been stolen from inside.  Kingston City Police were informed and officers attended to investigate the scene.

Jan 14, 00:52 am Campus - The Emergency Report Centre received an intrusion alarm for an area containing audio/video equipment and informed Security to attend. Security staff were nearby and attended immediately, discovering loosened wires on the room's digital projector but no one in sight.  A staff member in the building earlier reported seeing two suspicious males about 30 minutes earlier but it is uncertain if they were involved in the attempted theft.  Kingston City Police also attended to take a report and their IDENT unit arrived soon afterwards to collect evidence.

The suspects in this incident were both described as being Middle Eastern/European and in their early 20s.  One was about 6' tall and 200+ lbs with dark hair and wearing a beige jacket.  The second male was about 5'10" tall with a smaller build than the first suspect.

There were 33 theft and 22 Break & Enter incidents involving Queen's property in 2002.  There were 64 theft and 27 B&Es in 2001, 45 theft and 44 B&Es in 2000, and 104 theft & 34 B&Es in 1999. See our Stats link for more statistical information.
Note: City Police have recovered some items in the past but had no way of identifying them as Queen's property.  See "Protect Yourself Against Equipment Theft" in Safety Tips & Products.
 


MEDICAL ASSISTANCE:

Jan 30, 1:35 am: Jean Royce Hall - The ERC received a report that an intoxicated student had fallen down some stairs earlier in the night and was now unresponsive. Regional ambulance was contacted to attend at the caller's request and the Security Supervisor also attended the scene.  There they Supervisor was informed the student had fallen down some stairs about three hours earlier, cutting his head in the fall, at which point his friends put him to bed and headed out to a local bar.  When a Residence Don was later informed of the incident, he checked on the student and found him unconscious and unresponsive.  The Kingston Fire Department was first on scene and already tending to the individual when Security and paramedics arrived. He was conscious at that point and eventually agreed to be transported to KGH for assessment.

Security dealt with five other medical assistance incidents involving alcohol during the same weekend, some requiring an ambulance to hospital.

Jan 7, 8:25 pm: Campus - The ERC received a call that an individual had a seizure and may require medical assistance at the corner of University & Union Street.  Regional Ambulance, Queen's First Aid and the Security Supervisor were informed with Security arriving to find the female laying in the street being attended to by a student and an off duty firefighter.  Other individuals at the scene had placed jackets over the person to keep her warm. QFA were on scene soon afterwards and treated the individual until paramedics arrived a few minutes later.  After a brief assessment she was transported to hospital by ambulance at about 8:37 pm.

Campus Security responded to 225 Medical Assistance (Injury/Ambulance Request) calls in 2002.  There were 151 such incidents in 2001, 116 such incidents in 2000, 134 in 1999, and 69 in 1998. Please see our Stats link for additional statistical information.


VEHICLES DAMAGED:

Jan 30, 10:31 pm: Campus - A staff member contacted the ERC to report the rear windshield wiper was torn off his vehicle while it was parked on Arch Street outside the Biosciences Complex.

Jan 30, 4:25 pm: Richardson Stadium - A student reported the driver's side window of her vehicle had been smashed while it was parked in the West Campus parking lot.  It did not immediately appear that anything was missing from inside the vehicle. The caller was advised to also file a report with Kingston City Police.

Jan 30, 12:35 pm: West Campus - The ERC received a report of a vehicle with broken windows parked in the West Campus parking lot near the tennis courts.  The Security Supervisor attended to confirm the report and discovered a second vehicle had also been vandalized or broken into.  Both the Queen's Parking department and City Police were informed of the situation and the owners located.

Jan 30, 4:55 am: Campus - While on mobile patrol of campus, the Security Supervisor spotted an unoccupied car - with a U of Toronto parking permit inside - parked far out from the curb on Stuart Street. Upon closer inspection, some skid marks revealed the vehicle had likely failed to make a stop at the south end of University Avenue, continued across Stuart Street, jumped the curb and struck a snow bank. At that point the driver moved the car back to the road but was unable to drive away because one of the front tires had a broken axle.  Kingston City Police were informed and arrived to take a report and have the car towed from the scene.
UPDATE: the student (owner) was eventually identified after Kingston City Police contacted his parent(s) after the vehicle was towed.

Jan 22, 7:20 pm: McLaughlin Hall - A KGH staff member contacted the ERC to report their vehicle had been bumped into in the McLaughlin Hall parking lot.  Security Supervisors attended and confirmed three vehicles appeared damaged in the lot, likely by another vehicle that did not remain at the scene.  One of the other owners called Security and reported parking his car at 6:30 pm and someone noticed it had been hit 10 minutes later, so all three vehicles were likely struck between 6:30 and 6:40 pm that evening.

Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact Kingston City Police at 549-4660.

Vehicles damaged outside Stirling HallJan 20, 11:55 am: Campus - A staff member contacted the ERC to report a courier truck just struck two parked vehicles outside Stirling Hall on Queen's Crescent.  The Security Supervisor attended and met with the courier truck driver who reported he'd parked the vehicle to make a delivery, heard a crash, and looked back to see it had slipped out of 'Park' and rolled into the parked cars. The two owners of the damaged vehicles were located and notified and Kingston City Police attended to take a report.
Pictures (~50 kb) of vehicles damaged outside Stirling Hall / S
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THEFT UNDER $5000:

Jan 30, 2:05 pm: Stauffer Library - A visitor to Queen's reported his green bag - containing books, a wallet, and a tape recorder - was stolen while left unattended briefly.  The person called back later in the afternoon stating he'd found the bag in a library washroom. Everything was still inside except for the tape recorder.

Jan 19, 4:10 pm: Campus - A staff member reported a camera was stolen from her office sometime within the previous 24 hours. It was likely stolen between 9:30 am and 10:00 am the day of the report (Jan 19th) while her office was left unlocked and unattended.

Jan 12, 9:25 pm: Stauffer Library - A student reported her purse was stolen from a 4th floor study carol while left unattended for a few minutes.  It is a small black purse with a thin shoulder strap and contained ID a credit card and small amount of cash.  The student was transferred to KPD to file a report and advised to cancel all credit and bank cards.

Jan 6, 4:30 pm: Campus - A caller reported two car keys had been stolen off a key ring kept inside a jacket pocket while the coat was left unattended.  The Security Supervisor monitored the vehicle to ensure it wasn't taken until the owner could return with an extra set of keys.

Please do not leave personal items unattended and/or unsecured, even for a brief time. There were 150 reported incidents of thefts under $5000 (not involving Queen's property) in 2002.  There were 149 such incidents reported in 2001, 109 in 2000, 276 in 1999, and 206 in 1998.


MISCELLANEOUS:

Jan 30, 2:25 am: Stuart Street Residence - The ERC received a call that an intoxicated male was passed out in the Residence's lobby and the caller requested Queen's First Aid attend to assess the individual.  The Security & QFA arrived to find the male laying on a bench in the north hallway. He appeared to be intoxicated and that someone had drawn on his face with markers.  After managing to wake him up he claimed to be a guest at the University staying with friends. He provided the friends' names and the ERC contacted Residence staff who located one who soon arrived to escort the male to his room for the night.

Jan 25, 2:40 pm: Ontario Hall - A caller reported just walking by an injured pigeon outside Ontario Hall that was "lying on its side, flapping its wings.". The Security Supervisor attended and brought the bird back to the office to warm up while the ERC  contacted the Kingston Humane Society.  One of their staff arrived on campus at 3:30 pm and took possession of the bird at that time.

Jan 22, 9:25 pm: McArthur Hall - While patrolling the building, Security Supervisors observed a vending machine had been broken into.  Remaining products were moved to a secure area for safe keeping and the machine's owners were informed to attend and make repairs.

Jan 19, 11:20 pm: An Clachan Complex - While on foot patrol of the complex, a student patrol officer reported a strong smell of gasoline in one of the buildings.  The Security Supervisor attended and met with an Apartment & Housing contact. Together they determined a snow blower had leaked some gasoline in a storage area. The spill was immediately cleaned up by staff.

Jan 12, 4:20 pm: Mackintosh Corry Hall - The Food Services office reported discovering a counterfeit 20 dollar bill had been passed sometime during the day in the MacCorry cafeteria. The counterfeit - with the serial number DED5680611 - was picked up by Security and delivered to Kingston City Police for investigation.

Jan 9, 9:50 pm: JDUC - The ERC received a call reporting there was an unknown individual inside a men's washroom, initially heard crying then vomiting and then not making any sound at all.  The Security Supervisor and a Patrol attended the washroom and reported back soon afterwards that no problems were found in the area.

Learn how to detect a counterfeit or genuine bill by knowing the various security features found on Canadian bank notes. (from the Bank of Canada website)


FIRE (ALARM) RELATED:

Jan 30, 2:10 am: Victoria Hall - An active fire alarm was indicated for the Residence and both Security & KFD were informed to attend. Upon arrival they discovered a pull station had been activated maliciously on the 5th floor of D wing. The system was restored by Security at 2:21 am.

Jan 25, 1:30 am: Leonard Hall - An active fire alarm was indicated for the Residence and both Security & KFD attended. Upon arrival it was determined a pull station was activated for no reason in the building's main lobby.  Security reset the system and KFD cleared the scene at 1:46 am.

Jan 24, 1:50 am: Jean Royce Hall - A fire alarm was indicated for the Residence and the ERC informed Security & KFD to attend.  No cause could be located for the alarm and it was soon determined there was a problem with the fire alarm system itself. A fire watch was put in place until electricians were able to attend and put the system back in order.

Jan 18, 1:40 am: JDUC - An active fire alarm was indicated for the building and both Security & KFD were informed to attend.  Soon after arrival it was determined a pull station had been activated for no apparent reason. KFD cleared the scene and Security reset the fire alarm system.

Jan 10, 8:35 pm: Gordon Brockington House - An active fire alarm was indicated for the Residence and both KFD & Security were informed to attend.  Upon arrival they were informed a student had left a stove element on and unattended, burning a nearby piece of plastic that set off a detector.  KFD ventilated the area with fans and Security reset the fire alarm system at about 8:55 pm.

Jan 10, 6:30 am: Victoria Hall - An fire alarm was indicated for the Residence and both KFD & Security were informed to attend.  Soon after arrival they determined a detector activated for no apparent reason and the system was reset by Security at 6:45 am.

Jan 1, 12:43 pm: Chown Hall - An active fire alarm was indicated for the Residence and both Security & KFD were informed to attend. Upon arrival students reported a visitor had tried to cook a bagel in a frying pan and turned on the wrong stove element by mistake, cooking the bottom of an electric kettle. The fire system was reset by Security and KFD cleared the scene by 2:58 pm.

There were 32 fire alarm activations categorized as "malicious" in 2002. There were 28 such incidents in 2001, 27 in 2000, 19 in 1999 and 26 in 1998. Please see our Stats link for additional statistical information.


ALARMED AREAS FOUND UNARMED:

Jan 29, 4:40 am: Campus - A Security Patrol, while doing an interior building check, found an alarmed area with an unarmed system. The Security Supervisor was informed, attended, ensured the area was secure, and armed the alarm system.

Jan 22, 4:45 am: Campus - similar incident details as above.

Jan 14 2:50 am: Campus - similar incident details as above.

Jan 6, 9:55 pm: Campus - similar incident details as above.

When leaving a room at the end of the day please ensure that the doors and windows are locked and secured and that all alarms are armed. 


THEFT FROM VEHICLE:

Jan 27, 10:45 am: Campus  - The ERC received a report that a car was broken into while parked overnight on Collingwood Street outside Gordon Brockington Residence. A hockey bag, hockey stick and a snowboard were stolen from inside. The owner did not find any signs of forced entry but believes the rear hatch on the car may not have been secured properly.

There were 28 incidents recorded as "Theft from Vehicle" in 2002 and 16 such incidents in 2001. If you have to leave valuables inside your vehicle, be sure to lock them in the trunk - never leave them where they can be seen from outside the vehicle.


SUSPICIOUS PERSONS / ACTIVITY:

Jan 22, 2:50 am: Campus - Kingston City Police contacted the Emergency Report Center to advise Security some of their officers had encountered a suspicious male driving in and around Queen's property with his headlights off.  The officers ID'd the individual and instructed him to leave the area but are unsure if he will remain away for the night.  

The individual was driving a green 1995 Chevy pick up truck.  If you spot this or any other vehicle being driven suspiciously around campus (i.e. with the headlights off) please contact the ERC immediately @ 533-6111. 
Pictures (~50 kb) showing two possible types of the truck involved /
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Jan 19, 4:25: Campus - A student contacted Security to report a suspicious man who followed her onto campus at about 6:20 am that day.  The caller said she was walking towards campus and was near the corner of Albert & Earl Street when she noticed a male sitting in a car with its lights on.  As she walked closer to the vehicle, parked on the opposite side of the street, the driver turned off the headlights and stared at her for a bit and then started to wave.  The student ignored his actions and continued walking, but saw the unknown male exit his car, cross the road and begin following her on foot.  At that point she quickened her pace and then ran to campus and into Douglas Library.  The man did not pursue her and did not appear to be in the area when she looked.

The student did not get a good look at the suspect, but described him as being a slender Caucasian male in his 20s. He was in an older model (possibly 1980s), small dark colored car - might be black or dark blue.

Please read our "blue light" Emergency Phone section that includes a printable pdf map showing E-phone locations.

Jan 12, 9:05 pm: Student Housing Area - A student reported encountering an unknown male at the entrance to her basement apartment about 10 minutes earlier.  The suspect was initially seen looking at her and a housemate's shoes left outside their door and claimed to be looking for someone.  He left the house when asked but was seen checking out nearby houses on Division Street as he walked away.  The caller was advised to also inform Kingston City Police and Security did a check of the area but was unable to locate the man.

He was described as being in his mid 40s, between 5'8" and 5'9" tall with a thin build, dirty blond hair and a mustache. At the time of this incident he was wearing all black including a black toque.

Jan 11, 2:20 am: Student Housing Area - A student contacted the ERC to report a couple of unknown males had been at a student home aggressively trying to convince the female occupants to let them inside. The males seemed to have left by the time of the call but it was unclear if they were still nearby or might attempt to gain entry later in the night.  The Security Supervisor and KPD were informed and attended the scene.  Police managed to locate the two males - both students - who apologized and claimed they'd only been trying to get some cigarettes..

Jan 11, 2:10 am: Student Housing Area - The ERC received a report of an intoxicated male who entered the lobby of a Queen's owned house, urinated on the floor and then attempted to enter some apartments.  The Security Supervisor attended and found the suspect laying on the floor where he'd urinated and vomited. Kingston City Police were requested to attend and officers were on scene within a few minutes, arresting him for public intoxication and taking him downtown for the night. Apartment & Housing staff were also informed of the situation and asked to have someone attend to clean the area.

Jan 6, 1:35 pm: Jean Royce Hall - A caller reported a suspicious woman wearing slippers was hanging around the Residence's main entrance, requesting money from people walking by.  The woman had been there for about a half hour before the call was placed and left the scene by the time the Security Supervisor arrived.  He met with the desk clerk and asked she call the ERC if the woman returned.

Jan 6, 3:00 am Off Campus - KGH Security contacted the ERC to report responding to an alarm at one of their properties on Barrie Street. No suspects or signs of B&E were found when they attended, but a window was discovered pushed open. Security Supervisors were informed of the incident and extra checks were made of University properties in the area.

Jan 9, 1:05 am: Campus - While on walking on Union Street, a Security Patrol was approached by an intoxicated student on Union Street.  The male jumped in front of the Patrol, trying to engage them in an incoherent conversation and acting belligerent towards the two until they managed to disengage themselves from him. They contacted the Security Supervisor who met up within a few seconds to see the student in question running from the area. They followed the individual as he ran down Queen's Crescent and into a backyard of a Stuart Street house where he jumped a fence and disappeared.  The student was described as being about 5'6" tall, between 140-160 lbs, had very short dark hair with long groomed sideburns. At the time of the incident he was wearing a purple Engineering jacket, dark blue jeans and spat when he talked.

Jan 7, 8:50 pm: PhysEd Centre - A student contacted the ERC to report just spotting a suspicious male in the building who he identified as having attempted to steal his jacket a couple months earlier. At the time of the call, the suspect was loitering in the men's locker room and had been seen going through the faculty change area as well.

The Security Supervisor attended to meet the caller and together approached the suspect as he attempted to exit the building. During the conversation the individual not only admitted to the earlier attempt to steal the student's jacket but also possessing a forged student card used on previous occasions to enter the PhysEd Centre.  Due to his activities on campus, and the fact he had no legitimate reasons for being on campus, he was served a Notice of Prohibition banning him from University property. The suspect confirmed understanding he would be charged with Trespassing if he returned and his forged student card was subsequently recovered by Security.

Campus Security dealt with 207 incidents classified as "Suspicious Persons" in 2002. There were 165 such incidents in 2001, 210 in 2000, 248 in 1999, and 201 in 1998 . Please contact Campus Security (533-6111) immediately in these situations.  


INDECENT ACT:

Jan 18, Student Housing Area - Campus Security received an emailed report of an indecent act that took place near campus at about 9:20 pm the previous evening.  The student stated she was walking north on Barrie Street (near William Street) and noticed a man walking towards her. He did not say anything as the passed, but she observed that he was exposing himself as he walked by.  The suspect was wearing a plaid shirt, light pants, a black opened jacket and a black toque.


FLOODING / PIPE BURSTS:

Water damage at Etherington HallJan 17, 8:50 am: Etherington Hall - A staff person contacted the ERC to report water flooding into the lobby. Security attended and observed water coming down through the ceiling tiles and traced the leak to a room on the above floor. There it appeared someone had pushed a desk up against a radiator, preventing it from venting properly and causing a large water leak.  A number of tradesmen and custodians attended to the problem and temporary repairs were made until it could be looked at on the next business day.
Pictures (~50 kb) of flooding in Etherington Hall / S
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Jan 15, 2:30 am: Leonard Hall - An fire alarm activation was indicated for the Residence and both KFD & Security were informed to attend. Upon arrival it was soon determined there was a problem with part of the sprinkler system and some flooding was discovered outside the cafeteria. Custodial staff were called in to deal with the water and technicians attended to repair the sprinkler system while Residence staff performed a 'fire watch' until the damage was fixed.

Jan 11, 4:50 pm: Leonard Hall - A fire alarm activation was indicated for the Residence and both Security & KFD were informed to attend. They arrived to discover a burst pipe in the sprinkler system and about two inches of water on the lower level.  The water was turned off and the fire alarm system reset and repaired.

Jan 11, 12:05 pm: Nicol Hall - A staff member contacted the ERC, reporting there was a water leak somewhere inside the building. The Security Supervisor attended to find a burst pipe inside a very cold room on the fourth floor. A plumber and custodial staff were requested to attend for repairs and cleanup - fortunately there was minimal water damage as most of the water remained in the hallways and in the elevator shaft.

Water damage at Etherington HallJan 11, 10:35 am: Etherington Hall - KGH Security contacted the ERC to report flooding in the building's basement.  The Security Supervisor attended the ground floor to find about two inches of water in the hallway and most of the rooms, including a lab where most of the ceiling had fallen down.  The water leak was found in one of the rooms and in an adjacent room - where the pipe runs through - a window was found open allowing the room to become very cold and likely freeze the water in the pipe.  A plumber and a number of custodian were called in to effect repairs and clean up, with further repairs to be made the next business day.
Pictures (~105 kb) of flooding & water damage in Etherington Hall / S
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Jan 8, 4:00 pm: Stirling Hall - A custodian reported a water leaking on the fourth floor of the building. The Security Supervisor attended and discovered a radiator had burst in one of the rooms because a window had been left open and froze the pipes inside.  A plumbing contractor was called in by the ERC to repair the damage while custodial cleaned up the water.

When leaving your office, lab or room - be sure all windows are tightly closed to prevent radiator damage and flooding.


BREAK & ENTER / ATTEMPTED B&E - HOUSE / RESIDENCE ROOM:

Jan 15, 5:00 pm: Student Housing Area - A student living on University Ave. contacted the ERC to report his house was broken into and some property stolen. Missing items included a DVD player, DVDs, a Game Cube and video games. A report was also filed with Kingston City Police.

Jan 6, 3:00 pm: Student Housing Area - Kingston City Police report a house on Frontenac Street was broken into between December 22 and 31.  No property was stolen in the break in although there was some vandalism. KPD requested anyone with information about this incident should call 549-4660 ext 6227.

Jan 4, 7:20 Jean Royce Hall - A Don reported a student returned from their holidays to discover their Toshiba Satellite 320 series laptop computer was stolen from their room. Security attended and determined the laptop had been left on a desk by a window which the perpetrator managed to reach through from outside. Other students in the area also reported rooms accessed during the holiday & both Residence staff and Kingston City Police were informed of the incidents.

Jan 4, 1:30 pm: Jean Royce Hall - A student reported his Sony Viao laptop computer and a telephone were stolen from his room while he was away for the holidays.  Security & KPD were informed of the theft and attended to take a report and investigate the scene.

Please ensure that your doors and windows are locked at all times and that your curtains are drawn. Report any suspicious activity around your home or Residence immediately to the Emergency Report Center (533-6111) and to Kingston City Police (549-2111).


DISORDERLY BEHAVIOUR:

Jan 6, 2:10 am: Stuart Street Residence - The ERC received a report that a group of students were kicking trash cans around the Residence's lobby. The students had already left the building by the time of the call but the caller was concerned they would continue acting disorderly elsewhere on campus.  The Security Supervisors and a Patrol attended the area, retrieving a garbage can taken from the Residence, but were unable to locate the individuals involved.


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