Security Summary 11/8-11/14

Friday, November 8th

12:27 p.m. Theft from Building INSC (Hilles)

A student reported his book missing from the physics lounge in Hilles. No police report filed.

2:24 p.m. Suspicious Person Carter Road

A report was received of a male, believed to be a non-student, vomiting in the area of the Blue Bus stop in front of Stokes Hall. Officers checked the area, including the interior and exterior of Stokes Hall, but the male could not be located.

Saturday, November 9th

4:40 p.m. Unauthorized Use Swan Field

Several non-students were drinking beer while in the stands at Swan Field during a soccer game. The group left the area upon the arrival of Campus Safety.

Sunday, November 10th

12:52 a.m. Alcohol Illness Kim Hall

A report was received of a student who was experiencing an alcohol related illness at Kim Hall. The student was transported to Bryn Mawr Hospital by ambulance. The Nurse on Call and Graduate Assistant were notified.

1:21 a.m. Alcohol Illness Carter Road

A report was received of a Bryn Mawr College student who was experiencing an alcohol related illness on the Blue Bus, which was at Stokes Hall. The student was transported to Bryn Mawr Hospital by ambulance. Bryn Mawr College Campus Safety was notified.

Wednesday, November 13th

8:42 a.m. Vehicle Towed Hannum Drive

An unregistered vehicle with several outstanding parking violations was towed from Hannum Drive. The owner of the vehicle later contacted Campus Safety and was identified as a student.

Thursday, November 14th

8:06 a.m. Vehicle Towed Hannum Drive

An unregistered vehicle with several outstanding parking violations was towed from Hannum Drive. The owner of the vehicle later came to the Campus Safety Office and was identified as a student.

7:45 p.m. Animal Matter Ira Reid House

A student reported that there was an injured or ill raccoon in front of Ira Reed House. Haverford Township Police would not be able to respond until the following morning. Campus Safety Officers were able to guide the animal back into a wooded area.

 

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