Compiled by Moa Golster
The Pioneer provides the Crime Blotter as a public service for the campus community. All incidents reported are, by law, a matter of public record available for inspection at the Office of Public Safety.
On Oct. 13, a student stated his laptop was missing from his vehicle, which was parked in the Post Hall parking lot, near the Pratt walkway. The car had been parked for five days before the student noticed the missing laptop, and he could not remember whether he had locked his vehicle or not.
On the morning of Oct. 13, Aramark staff discovered that someone had dumped trash in the loading dock of the Winnick Center.
A student found his vehicle damaged in the Post Hall parking lot on Oct. 14. After parking the vehicle for approximately an hour, he returned and found that the right front bumper and fender were damaged.
Defacement of Property
On Oct. 30, the Campus Leadership Committee reported graffiti on numerous floors and walls of the first floor in Riggs Hall. The graffiti said “SD.” A custodial worker was advised to clean the area.
On Nov. 2, graffiti was reported on a Republic of California flag, hung on a light pole on the west side of Riggs Hall. Again, the graffiti said “SD.”
On Nov. 2, a custodian found damage to the urinal partition and soap dispenser in the second floor men’s room in Brookville Hall.