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ARCHIVE: June 2009


June 28, 9:05 pm: Grant Hall - The Emergency Report Centre was contacted by an individual who reported he was walking by Grant Hall when an older model white sedan drove by and a youth in the back seat threw a hamburger at the caller. The 3 or 4 occupants of the vehicle then swore at him and drove away.  Later that day, the caller was walking home when the same vehicle drove by and the occupants again swore at him.

The Security Supervisor was informed of the incident and patrolled main campus in search of the vehicle but it was not located.


June 26, 11:05 am: An Clachan Complex - A tenant reported their bicycle was stolen from outside where it had been secured with a U-lock for about a week.  It was an older model blue 'Rally' bike.


June 26, 00:05 am: Stuart Street Underground Garage - A caller reported their vehicle was broken into while parked for approximately 12 hours in the garage.  Security attended and was informed the door may have been pried open and a small amount of change stolen from inside. A report was also filed with Kingston City Police.

June 25, 7:00 am, Stuart Street Underground Garage - A KGH staff member reported a window was smashed out of their vehicle while it was parked overnight in the garage. No property was immediately noticed stolen from inside.


June 25: Campus, 4:14 pm - Staff reported an Acer computer and its 20" monitor went missing sometime within the previous 24 hours. The computer had a piece of masking tape on the bottom which was labeled "Queen's MiniU".


June 24, Campus - Campus Security was informed a purse had been stolen from under a desk while left briefly unattended in an unlocked, interior department office.


June 3, 8:07 am: Student Housing Area - A staff member reported seeing signs a Queen's owned house near main campus had been broken into. Both Security and Community House staff attended and noted an exterior window had been smashed and its screen cut to allow access. Inside the unoccupied house were signs of vandalism that included kicked-in doors and smashed lights.  Kingston City Police were called to file a report and are investigating the incident.

June 3, 3:40 am: Student Housing Area - While on patrol of the student housing area near main campus, Security staff observed a small group of male individuals smashing bottles on the street. The individuals the entered a nearby Queen's owned house but would not answer the door when Security knocked.  Kingston City Police were contacted and arrived just after the actual tenants of the house came on scene. The students reported the other males were visiting friends and they agreed to clean up the broken glass. KPD also spoke with the students and a later drive-by revealed the glass had been cleaned up.

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