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The Campus Incident Report- 4/9

By Katrina Robinson
On April 18, 2014

  • Corey Walker, dean of COAS
Tuesday April 1
False Police Report
At 10:25 a.m., campus police received a call from a student's mother. The mother told police that her daughter texted her and said her classroom was on lockdown because there was a shooter on campus. After officers
were dispatched they received instructions to halt the search; it was an April Fool's joke. The case was sent to Judicial Affairs.
Wednesday April 2
Suspicious Person
At 1:30 a.m. a female student was lying in her bed in Wilson Hall when she heard someone enter the room. She said she heard the intruder opening other doors before he came to open hers. The student then barricaded the door and told the intruder that she was naked. The male intruder told her that he was married and he was looking
for another girl. When police arrived, the intruder fled. The case is pending.
Thursday April 3
Communicating Threats
At 10:23 a.m. a female staff member in Hall Patterson called campus police and said that she was followed into a classroom and threatened. Before the officer arrived, he  was met by another female staff member who notified the officer that she was the one who communicated the threat. She informed him that she and her co-worker had
not been getting along for a while. The dispute began after the two began arguing over an issue dealing with a time card, which they ripped in half. The staff member who communicated the threat was restrained by a professor and told police that's when she threatened to beat her up. The case is closed.
Sunday April 6
Dating Violence
At 4:15 a.m., campus police were called to escort a male student from Rams Commons to his room in Gleason. When police arrived, he noticed that the male had scratches on his face and blood on his shirt. The male, who was intoxicated, said that he and his on-and-off-again boyfriend got into a physical dispute. The male told his boyfriend
not to hang out with a group of friends of whom he did not approve. When his boyfriend tried to leave, the male blocked his path and bit him on the face. The male was arrested for assault and battery and held on
a $1,000 bond. His court date is on April 25. The case is closed.

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