Published: Thursday, April 19, 2012
Updated: Wednesday, April 18, 2012 22:04
On a nightly patrol, an officer spotted three students on the main green near construction equipment. When the officer went over to speak with the students, the students were found to be in possession of three beers and a used marijuana pipe. The alcohol and pipe were taken from the students, and they were reported to Center for Student Ethics and Standards.
A student reported that credit cards and a camera were taken from the student’s unlocked dorm room in Tupper Hall. No one has yet been identified as the person who took the items.
There was a report of vandalism to the sign in front of the Catholic Center. It was thought that the damage occurred as a result of someone throwing rocks at the sign. There were also rails missing from a fence near the center as well.
A person operating a business scam outside of the Royal Tyler Theater was reported to police services. The reports stated that the person was asking people for money and for credit card information. The person was gone before police arrived.
A male student contacted police services in regard to an incident that occurred in downtown Burlington on Saint Patrick’s Day. The male student reported that he was mad at another male student for spending time with his girlfriend during the holiday festivities. No crime was reported.
April 11-April 12
1:25 a.m. and 12:54 a.m.
A person who is not a student was heard yelling and singing outside University Heights and the Living/Learning Center. Upon an officer’s arrival, the man said he was outside singing because he had met a female student in the library and had fallen madly in love with her.
This same man was seen a day later sleeping in Stafford Hall. This was the third time he had been seen there in four days, and was charged with criminal trespass.