/ BIKE PARTS THEFT:
November 26 - 2:20
pm: Dupuis Hall - A student reported his bicycle was stolen sometime the
previous day while secured to the bike racks outside. It is a blue Nocera
bicycle w. carbon fiber forks.
November 25, 11:09
pm: Dupuis Hall - A student reported his silver/grey Nakamura Grinder
bicycle was stolen from where it had been locked to the bike racks at 4:30 pm
November 25, 9:30
pm: Beamish Monroe - A student reported her bluish grey bicycle was stolen
from where it had been secured to the bike racks outside sometime since that
November 22, 7:37 pm:
Stauffer Library - A student reported his grey Gary Fisher crossover
bike was stolen from where it had been secured to the rack outside sometime
November 20, 2:24 pm:
JDUC - A student reported their yellow bicycle was stolen while secured to
the bike racks for the previous few days.
November 17, 3:15
pm: Student Housing Area - A student reported her red '09 Norco Scrambler'
bicycle ( serial# SA80736003 ) was stolen from where it had been locked up near
the corner of Princess & Barrie Streets, some time between 2am and 11:20 am
this morning. A report was also filed with Kingston City Police.
November 14, 2:25
pm: Beamish Monroe Hall - A student reported their blue & red mountain
bike was stolen earlier in the week.
November 11, 12:00
pm: Student Housing Area - A student reported his bicycle was stolen while
left unlocked from behind his house near main campus. A report was filed with Kingston
November 3, 11:59
pm: Stauffer Library - A student reported his grey specialized Hard Rock
Sport mountain bike was stolen while secured with a chain lock between 9:00 and
November 2, 11:54
pm: Stauffer Library - A student reported his dark blue Miele bicycle (w.
lights and fenders on front & back) was stolen sometime between 10:15 pm and
11:30 pm while cable locked to the bike racks.
November 2, 5:09
pm: Walter Light Hall - A student reported his black & white Norco
Kokanee bicycle (with a computer holder on the handles) was stolen from where it
had been cable locked to the bike racks between 2:00 and 3:30 pm that day. A
report was also filed with Kingston City Police.
November 1, 3:15 am:
Mackintosh Corry Hall - A student reported the tires were stolen off
his bicycle while it was secured outside the building.
November 22, 4:45 pm;
Mackintosh Corry Hall - A custodian contacted the ERC to report a
patch of grass was smoking at the south end of the building. The Security
Supervisor attended and lifted that area of grass to discover it had been laid
over a steam grate.. Physical Plant Services were informed for follow up.
THEFT (PERSONAL PROPERTY):
November 29, 1:30 am:
Residences - A student reported her room was entered while left unlocked and
unoccupied and a 13" Macbook laptop computer was stolen from inside.
November 27, 2:00 pm:
Stauffer Library - A student reported her purse was stolen while left
Residences - Staff report a silver NEC model NP60 data projector (serial#
7700323WH) along with its cables and black carrying bag was stolen earlier this
November 20, 2:30 am;
Residences - A student reported a laptop computer was stolen from her
room while it was left unlocked and unoccupied for about 90 minutes. It is
a silver Macbook with a purple case.
November 19, 11:40
am: Harrison LeCaine Hall - A student reported she and a friend left
their backpacks unattended for about 15 minutes while they left the building,
and returned to discover one of the backpacks had been stolen. It was a
black w. grey Queen's University knapsack that contained books, a wallet, cell
phone, and a Dell laptop computer.
November 10, 7:30 pm:
PhysEd Centre - A student reported his white Dell Inspiron laptop computer
was stolen while left unattended for a two hour period.
November 4, 4:20 pm:
Campus - A student reported he left his laptop computer unattended inside a
room for about 15 minutes and returned to find it had been stolen. The computer
is a black EuroCom laptop with a silver base.
November 3, 11:10
pm: Campus - A student reported his yellow (w grey) Eddie Bauer backpack was
stolen at approximately 10 pm. It contained a black fleece & windbreaker as
well as a wallet and keys on a green lanyard.
November 2, 11:05
pm: Macintosh Corry Hall - Campus Security was informed an office was
entered sometime between 6:00 pm & 9:00 pm and two laptop computers stolen
from inside. A report was also filed with Kingston City Police.
One was described as
being a black ASUS computer and the other a Toshiba 300 laptop computer (Item #
10108349 | Serial # UPC 623506019163).
November 1, 3:30 am:
Residences - A student reported leaving his room unlocked and unattended
for about an hour and returned to discover two laptop computers (a Macbook and a
dark blue Dell) had been stolen.
November 19, 1:07 am:
Alfie's Pub - Campus Security was called to attend the line up to
Alfie's Pub where six males reportedly harassed a female student in line, and
then assaulted both the female (by pulling her hair) and her friend. The
six males fled the scene before Security arrived.
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