DEC. 2

Sixty dollars was stolen from a student’s unattended wallet in a Goergen Athletic Center locker room.

A student was warned after being found in the Rush Rhees stacks during an intrusion alarm.

DEC. 4

An injured student was taken for medical treatment from UHS.

DEC. 5

Public Safety and MERT assisted two injured students. Both students declined medical treatment.

DEC. 6

A student’s cell phone and headphones were stolen from a study spot in Rush Rhees library when they were left unattended.

A student was taken to URMC for an ankle x-ray after an injury.

DEC. 8

An individual responsible for a string of laptop thefts in Rush Rhees library was identified. Additional details were unavailable.

A visitor who fainted at the Miller Center declined medical treatment after evaluation by EMS.

 

Information provided by the Department of Public Safety.

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