Friday, September 20th
7:47 p.m. Motor Vehicle Theft Hannum Drive
A resident of Ardmore Ave. who parked her vehicle on Hannum Dr. reported her vehicle was no longer there when she returned. She thinks it may have been stolen. She was informed to contact HTPD.
**The vehicle was parked in a construction area and possibly towed.
Saturday, September 21st
6:10 p.m. Check on Well Being Drinker
A concerned party requested Campus Safety check the well-being of a Bryn Mawr student who was acting strange at Drinker House. The Bryn Mawr student had taken the blue bus back to Bryn Mawr. Bryn Mawr Campus Safety was notified and will make contact with student.
11:05 p.m. Alcohol Related Illness 50 Hannum Drive
A report was received of an intoxicated student at HCA 50. Medic cleared the student to remain on campus. The Graduate Assistant was notified.
11:20 p.m. Alcohol Related Illness Stokes Hall
An intoxicated Bryn Mawr student at Stokes Hall was transported by ambulance to Bryn Mawr Hospital. Bryn Mawr Campus Safety notified.
11:38 p.m. Suspicious Activity 23 Hannum Drive
A report was received of a student being destructive at the HCA gardens. Officers requested CAPS be notified. CAPS made contact with the student. The Graduate Assistant was notified.
11:57 p.m. Alcohol Related Illness Stokes Hall
An intoxicated Bryn Mawr student at Stokes Hall was transported by ambulance to Bryn Mawr Hospital. Bryn Mawr Campus Safety notified. An intoxicated student at Kim hall became very irate and combative with Campus Safety and Haverford Township Police. The student was transported to Bryn Mawr Hospital. The Graduate Assistant was notified.
Sunday, September 22nd
12:11 a.m. Alcohol Related Illness Campus Center
An intoxicated student at the Campus Center was transported by ambulance to Lankenau Hospital. The Graduate Assistant was notified.
12:51 a.m. Alcohol Related Illness Drinker
An intoxicated Bryn Mawr student was evaluated by the EMT and was cleared to stay on campus. Bryn Mawr Campus Safety was notified.
1:05 a.m. Check on Well Being Tritton Hall
Officers responded to Tritton Hall to check the well-being of a student. The student was very emotional and CAPS was notified. and made contact with the student. The Graduate Assistant was notified.
2:40 a.m. Alcohol Related Illness Lunt Hall
A report was received of an intoxicated student at Lunt Hall. Ambulance was requested and student refused treatment. After consultation with the Emergency Room doctor, the student remained on campus. The Graduate Assistant was notified.
Monday, September 23rd
7:00 a.m. Disturbance Lancaster Ave
Late reported disturbance for 09/22/19 at 1830 hours, Main Entrance to College. A mutual fight took place between two males. Lower Merion Police are investigating.
9:39 p.m. Property Damage Founders Hall
A student claimed he accidentally knocked in a window at Founders Hall, breaking four panes of glass. Cones and caution signs placed in the area.
Tuesday, September 24th
9:55 a.m. Property Damage Woodside Cottage
An employee reported minor property damage discovered to her vehicle while it was parked outside of Woodside Cottage.
6:30 p.m. Vandalism Jones Hall
A student reported someone had entered the SAGA lounge at Jones Hall, sometime over the last two weeks and moved furniture around, as well as a large area rug which was damaged. Officer found that the door handle had been unlocked and is now secure.
7:37 p.m. Animal Complaint Roberts Hall
A student reported a snake at the south side basement stairway of Roberts Hall. Officers checked the area, no snake was found.
Wednesday, September 25th
10:35 a.m. Disturbance 26 Hannum Drive
Disturbance reported in area of 26 HCA. Determined to be a non-student who was with a care taker. He was experiencing an emotional episode. Both parties went on their way.
Thursday, September 26th
2:40 p.m. Open Lewdness Nature Trail
A report was received of a male subject masturbating on the Nature Trail, north end of campus. A check of the area was made by both Campus safety and local police, but the subject was not located. A Safety Alert was issued.