By Angela Alfano
All incidents that take place on the Post campus are, by law, a matter of public record and can be found at Public Safety. The Crime Blotter is provided by the Pioneer as a public service for the campus community.
On Tuesday, Feb. 2, at 10:49 p.m., the fire alarm in Post Hall sounded. The alarm was reset in about 10 minutes. Less than 10 minutes later, the trouble alarm sounded and lasted 7 minutes. At the scene, there were open circuits and the system was still in trouble. Workers were sent out to find the trouble. Three horn strobes were found misplaced on the second floor of Post Hall and are currently being replaced.
On Tuesday, Feb. 2, a student sat alone on the library with her laptop. She claims she moved to the computer area to print and does not know if she put her laptop in her bag with the rest of her belongings. The next day, she went to look for her laptop and noticed it was missing. Public Safety is currently reviewing security cameras.
On Feb. 4, a student reported that he parked his Lexus behind the Kings Hall loading dock in late December. When he checked up on the car almost a month later, he noticed damage to the driver’s side front bumper. The student claims he does not know who caused the damage or when it was done.