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ARCHIVE: October 2009

BICYCLE / BIKE PARTS THEFT:

October 31, 3:45 am: Harkness Hall - A caller reported hearing noise coming from the location of a bicycle rack and then saw that the rack had been pushed over. The witness also saw two individuals quickly leaving the scene on bicycles.

Campus Security staff attended and soon located two males riding bikes with flat tires not far from that area. Kingston City Police were contacted and attended to ID the individuals and also took possession of the bicycles.

October 9, 4:50 pm: Residences - A student reported his blue "Fly" bicycle was stolen from the bike racks outside.


ASSAULT:

October 25, 12:50 am: Student Housing Area - A student reported he was crossing the intersection of Albert & Earl Streets when a car pulled up next to him and a passenger struck him in the head with a wooden broomstick.

The student was later assessed by Queen's First Aid but did not require medical treatment. A report was also filed with Kingston City Police.

The vehicle was described as:

  • red
  • two door
  • looked to be a mid-late 90's model
  • possibly a Honda Civic
  • three-four people in the car

October 18, 4:12 am: Residences - A student reported he an a friend had been assaulted by two unknown males on the front steps of Victoria Hall. One of the assailants was wearing a jacket and bright green shorts, the other was approximately 5'11" tall with a square jaw, tight curly hair, and wearing a "Tigger" costume. A set of keys on a key ring was also stolen in the altercation.

October 2, 10:59 pm: Residences - Queen's First Aid, while on a call at a main campus Residence, contacted the ERC to report a fight in progress nearby.  Security staff attended and were informed the incident had ended and one of the parties already left the scene.  The remaining individual was treated for injuries by QFA and later paramedics, and Kingston City Police also attended to take a report for possible assault charges.


MISCHIEF / VANDALISM (QUEEN'S PROPERTY):

October 25, 11:55 pm: Clark Hall - The ERC was informed some individuals were vandalizing Engineering crests outside Clark Hall.  Campus Security staff attended and found observed the crest was turned over and one of its tiles had broken into four pieces.

The suspects were described by a witness as being a group of males wearing Engineering jackets and small mini skirts..

October 9: 4:35 pm: West Campus - Staff reported seeing a male spray paint graffiti near an exterior door. A University owned vehicle was also spray painted while parked nearby.

A witness described the suspect as 14-18 years old, with blond hair in a mushroom cut.


THEFT (PERSONAL PROPERTY):

October 18, 2:30 pm: Residences - A student reported her black purse w. brown handles and its contents were stolen while left unattended.

October 2, 1:00 pm: Campus - A staff member reported a credit card and drivers license were stolen from her purse earlier this week (and noticed the next day) when the purse was left unattended for a short period of time.

October 1, 7:23 pm: Stauffer Library - A student reported her black & red backpack containing text books and notes was stolen while left unattended in the library.

October 1, 7:15 pm: Stauffer Library - A student reported his black Compaq Presario V3000 series laptop computer was stolen while left unattended.


ATTEMPTED BREAK-IN:

October 11 / 12: JDUC - Security responded to two attempted break-ins that occurred during the same night. Both attempts were prevented by the presence of an intrusion system in the areas.


THEFT FROM VEHICLE / BREAK-IN:

October 5, 2:40 pm: Underground Garage - Parking Department staff requested Security attend for a vehicle discovered with damages consistent with a break-in.  The Security Supervisor attended and was subsequently informed some change had been stolen from the center console of the car.

October 3, 4:45 am: Underground Garage - A caller reported his vehicle was broken into while parked in the garage, and a backpack containing text books stolen from inside.


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