Saturday, June 19, 2021

Campus Blotter: Crime logs for Aug. 21 – Sept. 4

 

  • Aug. 21

 

University Police assisted the Plattsburgh City Police Department with an investigation into a violation of the NYS Pause Act, where a large group of students were gathering at Sailor Beach. 

 

  • Aug. 22

 

A call was placed to University Police about a fraternity party at the Pi Kappa Phi house on South Catherine Street, which violates the NYS Pause Act. 

 

  • Aug. 24

 

Resident Life staff in Adirondack Hall reported the odor of marijuana. University Police investigated, found a student in possession of a small amount of marijuana and referred them to Student Conduct. 

 

  • Aug. 25

 

The fire alarm went off in MacDonough Hall. A student was found in possession of a small amount of marijuana and referred them to Student Conduct. 

An on-campus student called University Police reporting a stolen bike from the storage room of Adirondack Hall. 

 

  • Aug. 29

 

In Moffitt Hall, a student was reported for harassment. Noah Kowalewsky was arrested and charged with third-degree menacing and a class B misdemeanor. Kowalewsky was arraigned in Plattsburgh City court and released. 

A student called University Police to report a dumpster fire burning in front of Moffitt Hall.

 

  • Sept. 3

 

A student reported their debit card missing in the Angell College 

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