Tuesday, March 2, 2021

Campus Blotter: Crime logs for Oct. 15-16

  • Oct. 15

An on-campus student came into the University Police station asking to speak to an officer about an Instagram scammer who was requesting money. The investigation is pending.

 

Director of Facilities William Circelli reported an illegal mural painted in a stairwell in Myers Fine Arts Building. A student was identified, and Student Conduct charges were filed. 

  • Oct. 16

Students came into the UP station to report statements of harassment left on a decorative pumpkin. The investigation is pending.

 

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