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ARCHIVE: December 2006

THEFT FROM VEHICLE:

December 27, 11:07 pm: Miller Hall - Campus Security was informed a vehicle had been broken into while parked on Union Street outside Miller Hall.  The Security Supervisor met with the owner who stated he and a friend had been inside the building to use a printer and exited the building to see an unknown man standing at their car with the door open. He quickly rode off on a red bicycle when they yelled at him and disappeared.

The suspect was a Caucasian in his late 20s with average height and build. At the time of this incident he was wearing khaki pants and a blue & white striped shirt.

A black backpack was stolen from inside the vehicle. On January 2nd, the owner was contacted by Military Police who reported finding his backpack - however all contents aside from his ID were missing.

December 17, 6:20 pm: Campus - A vehicle was broken into while parked on Collingwood Street near Gordon Brockington House.  The passenger window was smashed and a wallet stolen from inside.


BREAK-IN / THEFT (QUEEN'S PROPERTY):

December 22, Campus - A number of computer CPUs were stolen from a lab on main campus. Department contacts and Kingston City Police were contacted and are investigating the incident.

Following are the model & serial numbers for the stolen computers:

DCCY C4NCX91 DCCY C6NCX91 DCCY C1NCX91 DCCY 84NCX91 DCCY 63NCX91
DCCY 66NCX91 DCCY C8NCX91 DCCY 68NCX91 DCCY 9VMCX91 DCCY G3NCX91
DCCY B2NCX91 DCCY 56NCX91 DCCY F2NCX91 DCCY 4WMCX91 DCCY GXMCX91
DCCY H2NCX91 DCCY H6NCX91 DCCY 78NCX91 DCCY 81NCX91 DCCY G1NCX91
DCCY 85NCX91 DCCY 24NCX91 DCCY G4NCX91 DCCY 1YMCX91 DCCY 97NCX91
DCCY 5XMCX91 DCCY 32NCX91 DCCY 23NCX91 DCCY CVMCX91 DCCY 2VMCX91
DCCY C3NCX91 DCCY 77NCX91 DCCY 5WMCX91 DCCY 9YMCX91 DCCY 3YMCX91
DCCY F4NCX91 DCCY G5NCX91 DCCY 96NCX91 DCCY 5ZMCX91 DCCY 9XMCX91
DCCY D7NCX91 DCCY J2NCX91 DCCY JZMCX91 DCCY 58NCX91 DCCY 2WMCX91
DCCY 43NCX91 DCCY 16NCX91 DCCY B4NCX91 DCCY 9ZMCX91 DCCY DYMCX91
DCCY D5NCX91 DCCY 83NCX91 DCCY 76NCX91 DCCY 1XMCX91 DCCY 50NCX91
DCCY CWMCX91 DCCY GYMCX91 DCCY HTMCX91 DCCY FXMCX91 DCCY 8TMCX91
DCCY 21NCX91 DCCY 18NCX91

Note: City Police have recovered some items in the past but had no way of identifying them as Queen's property.  See "Protect Yourself from Computer and Other Property Theft on our Safety Tips & Products page.


MEDICAL ASSISTANCE:

December 15, 6:10 pm: Residences - An ambulance was requested for a student who kicked his foot through a glass door while wearing flip flops.  Ambulance dispatch was contacted and Security staff applied first aid treatment to his injured foot until paramedics arrived and transported him to KGH.


BREAK-IN / THEFT (PERSONAL PROPERTY):

December 13, 6:50 pm: Macintosh Corry - A student reported her pink iPod may have been stolen from inside the MacCorry cafeteria within the previous two hours.


BICYCLE / BIKE PARTS THEFT:

December 12, 9:30 am: McArthur Hall - A student reported a bicycle was stolen from West Campus sometime during the previous night while secured to the racks with a lock. It is a pink & teal "Murray USA" brand bicycle - serial#  4-9777X92-031694 .

December 7, 12:00 pm: Biosciences Complex - Campus Security was informed parts were stolen from his bicycle while it was secured to the building's bike racks over the past week.  The forks, front brakes, and a light on the handle bars were stolen from a Gary Fisher "Mullett".

December 3, 4:50 pm: Waldron Tower - A bicycle was stolen from inside the Residence during the previous evening by two females. It is a small "Hauffman" BMX stunt bike, dark gray w/ black forks & handlebars and a deflated back tire. 


FIRE (ALARM) RELATED:

December 7, 5:04 pm: Jean Royce Hall - The fire alarm activated due to burnt food from a 3rd floor kitchen.

December 6, 9:25 pm; Jean Royce Hall - The fire alarm system was activated when the ERC received a report of smoke from an electrical panel. Two areas were found in a similar state and the building was emptied until 11:03 pm.

December 4, 1:45 am: Victoria Hall - A fire alarm activated in the Residence after two fire extinguishers were discharged in the bathroom and B wing stairwell.  After the air in that area completely cleared at around 4:40 am, an attempt was made to reset the fire system which reactivated. It was soon determined that activation was caused by a smoke detector on the 6th floor of E wing. The system was reset again and a Fire Watch set up until Physical Plant Services could permanently restore the alarm system later that morning.


MISCHIEF UNDER $5000:

December 4, 3:45 pm: Campus - Campus Security was informed a vehicle had its rear window smashed out while parked in a lot on main campus.  Kingston City Police were also informed of the incident.

December 2, Mackintosh Corry Hall - Two vehicles were vandalized with red spray paint while parked in the MacCorry Parking lot during the weekend. 

Anyone who witnessed suspicious activity or persons in campus lots during these periods is asked to call the Emergency Report Center at 613-533-6111.


SUSPICIOUS PERSONS / ACTIVITY:

December 4, 1:11 am: Off Campus - A student reported on separate occasions he and a friend were followed and yelled at by occupants of a vehicle encountered near the waterfront south of main campus.  The occupants in one of those incidents were described as being four males, two with long hair, all in their late 20s or early 30s. The vehicle was a blue, circa 1999 or 2000 sedan - perhaps a Malibu (in a similar previous incident, the vehicle was Intrepid).


UNAUTHORIZED ACTIVITY:

December 3, 5:08 am: Stauffer Library - The building's Commissionaire informed Campus Security four male individuals had just disrobed in a washroom and then streaked through the library before fleeing the scene.


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