Friday, March 30
- A hit-and-run driver struck and damaged a student’s parked car on Noble Street.
- A town resident reported unreasonable noise from students walking on Bowker Street late at night.
Saturday, March 31
- A student operating a College van in Massachusetts reported being involved in a minor collision.
- A group of juveniles on bicycles tampered with a blue light emergency phone at Whittier Field, resulting in false emergency call.
Sunday, April 1
- A car that was parked in the Admissions parking lot was wrapped in cellophane; an apparent April Fool’s Day prank.
- Excessive noise was reported on the second floor of Stowe Inn.
- After receiving complaints of loud music and singing, a security officer dispersed a topless dance party in Coles Tower.
- Two minor students were cited by security for carrying open containers on Harpswell Road.
- An officer checked on the well-being of a minor student who had consumed alcohol and was ill in Thorne Hall.
- A student reported witnessing a bike theft at Harpswell Apartments. The male suspect fled with the bike down Harpswell Road. The bike is a women’s blue-gray Bianchi.
- A female student reported being followed and then approached by a man driving a white box truck at 10:45 p.m. while she was walking alone from campus to an off-campus location. The man asked the student if she needed “a ride somewhere.” A security officer located the truck and notified Brunswick police. The truck was stopped and the man was identified and issued a criminal trespass warning barring him from all campus property. Investigation determined that the truck had been scoping the campus for over an hour. A security alert was sent to the Bowdoin community. All Maine colleges, universities, and police agencies were alerted to this incident.
Monday, April 2
- Loud noise was reported on the seventh floor of Coles Tower.
Wednesday, April 4
- Two students with medical ailments were escorted to Mid Coast Hospital.
Thursday, April 5
- A student with abdominal pain was escorted to Mid Coast Hospital.