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Crime Blotter 10/9 -10/16

Published: Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Updated: Tuesday, October 18, 2011 12:10


Grand Larceny

10/5/2011

Colonial Quad - Livingston Tower

Walk in report of stolen/lost SUNY card. Female student reported that her account was used by unknown person leaving a zero balance.

Making graffiti

10/9/2011

Podium - Arts & Sciences

Report of graffiti on alumni pictures. Customer service contacted and secured cabi­nets.

Criminal possession of a controlled substance

10/10/2011

Alumni Quad - Waterbury Hall

Odor of marijuana and cologne emanating from room. Male student found to be in possession of prescrip­tion medication without a pre­scription and in possession of marijuana. Student arrested for criminal possession of a controlled substance. Subject judicially referred.

Mental Health Law

10/10/2011

Alumni Quad - Pierce Hall

Report of loud screaming females. Visiting female non-student transported to AlbanyMental Center for evaluation. PNGletter issued to subject.

Unlawfulbpossession of

marijuana

10/10/2011

Roadways - University Drive West

Vehicle stop for vehicle trav­elling at high rate of speed. Odor of marijuana emanat­ing from vehicle and driver. Male student found to be in possession of marijuana and arrested for same.

Criminal mischief

10/10/2011

Roadways - Podium West Lot

Male employee reported dam­age to his parked vehicle. His vehicle was keyed/scratched from front left quarter panel to driver side door handle byunknown person.

Assist Res Life

10/10/2011

Dutch Quad - Bleeker Hall

Assist Residential Life with uncooperative students. Residential Life to handle judicial alcohol referrals.

Suspicious Person/Vehicle

10/10/2011

Alumni Quad - Courtyard

Report of three males using camera in courtyard. Identified students stated theywere taking video shots and did not intend any harm or mischief. All advised and sent on their way.

911/Blue Light Phone

10/10/2011

State Quad - Eastman Tower

Report of elevator #1 out of service from prior incident of person trapped in elevator. Elevator technician on scene to check elevator and phone.

Suspicious Person/Vehicle

10/10/2011

Colonial Quad - Paine Hall

Officer observed male slam quad door, he appeared to be angry. Identified male said he was upset with his sister and returned to check door. No damage to door found. Student to be judiciallyreferred to non-compliance.

Criminal possession of

stolen property

10/11/2011

Empire Commons - Other

Report of two suspicious indi­viduals. One male subject in possession of speed limit sign. Both subjects admitted to knocking over traffic barrel. Male subject to be judiciallyreferred.

Unlawfu lpossession of marijuana

10/11/2011

Roadways - Carillon Dr. West

Odor of marijuana emanating from male subject. Male stu­dent found to be in possession of marijuana and arrested for same.

Falsely reporting anincident

10/11/2011

State Quad - Eastman Tower

Fire alarm was pulled by unknown person when no fire/smoke was present.

Criminal mischief

10/11/2011

Dutch Quad - Stuyvesant Tower

Walk in report from vending machine employee reporting damage to vending machine and product stolen byunknown person.

Assist Res Life

10/11/2011

Colonial Quad - Paine Hall

Residential Life assist with resident student being unco­operative. Officer advised student of rules and regula­tions of university. No fur­ther cause for action.

Fire Alarm

10/11/2011

Indian Quad - Mohawk Tower

Fire alarm activated byhair dryer being used in suite. No fire/No smoke.

Medical Incident

10/11/2011

Podium - Campus Center

Medical transport to St. Peter's Hospital requested for male student experiencing chest pain.

Crisis Intervention

10/11/2011

State Quad - Eastman Tower

Mobile Crisis requested on scene for student. Student was evaluated and it was determined that she was not a threat to herself and not a threat to others. Individual voluntarily agreed to seek counseling from counseling center.

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