Thursday, September 17
- Several students on campus reported being approached by a man offering to sell illicit drugs. Security identified a possible suspect who was later identified as an 18-year-old Brunswick resident. The Brunswick police located the suspect and issued a criminal trespass order barring him from all College properties.
- Security officers assisted a student with an issue of unwanted contact stemming from a previous relationship.
Friday, September 18
- A student reported excessive late-night noise coming from the Main Quad. An officer spoke with two noisy students.
- An officer checked on the well-being of a student had not been heard from for a couple of days. The student was fine.
- Security assisted Brunswick police with a report from a local business that a student had used false identification to purchase alcohol. When approached by officers, the student took responsibility for the violation and turned over his fake ID card and the purchased alcohol. A second involved student voluntarily surrendered their fake ID. Due to the students’ full cooperation and truthfulness, the police chose to only issue warnings and refer the matter to security.
- After receiving a noise complaint, officers dispersed an unauthorized gathering in unassigned apartment in Coles Tower.
- A minor student was found in possession of an alcoholic beverage on the Coe Quad.
Saturday, September 19
- A minor student took responsibility for possessing a quantity of beer in Appleton Hall.
- A gathering of more than ten students was dispersed in a suite in Chamberlain Hall.
Monday, September 21
- A man who had been loitering around campus was ordered to leave after he falsely activated a blue light emergency phone near Park Row Apartments.
Tuesday, September 22
- An employee reporting having an odd interaction with an unknown man in a vehicle near Howell House.
- A student reported inadvertently providing sensitive information to a scammer over the telephone. Several other students and employees reported similar fraudulent calls claiming to be from a social security representative. A security advisory was sent alerting the campus community to this scam.
Wednesday, September 23
- A student enjoying a steamy shower caused a smoke alarm and a fire department visit to Brunswick Apartments.
- A student’s green Santa Cruz Stigmata touring bike was stolen from outside of Osher Hall at 12:38 a.m. A male suspect wearing a white mask was last seen riding toward Pine Street. The bike had been left unlocked and was not registered with security.
- An officer checked on the wellbeing of a student at Brunswick Apartments.