Spring Street Blues – Week of Nov. 20, 2013

Thursday 11-14-13

10 a.m., Mears: Campus Safety and Security received a call about a suspicious male seen wearing a white button down shirt running around the parking lot at Mears. The suspicious man was identified by Security, but it remained unclear why he was running around the parking lot.

8:10 p.m., Morgan: Security received a call from the Williamstown Police Department (WPD) asking for an officer to meet them at Morgan to do a wellness check.

Friday 11-15-13

12:40 a.m., Brooks: Security received a complaint about loud music coming from a room in Brooks. The resident was advised of the complaint and agreed to turn the music down.

Sunday 11-17-13

1:10 a.m., Hopkins: Security received a report of a male student who pushed a female student. The male student was identified and asked to leave the event. The incident will soon be investigated.

2:55 a.m., Perry: Officers responded to Perry for a fight in progress and found a group of students standing

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outside of Perry with their shirts off loudly arguing. Several of the students had swollen facial features.

3:36 a.m., Greylock Quad: Officers in the area of Perry heard a loud pop from the Greylock Quad and could see a small fire. WPD and the Williamstown Fire Department responded to the scene for what appeared to be a Molotov cocktail that was thrown from the fourth floor of Mark Hopkins.

11:10 a.m., Mark Hopkins: Security received a complaint about vomit in Mark Hopkins outside the door. A wet floor sign was placed over the vomit to draw students’ attention to it.

9:43 p.m., Bryant: A report was filed about a suspicious older male passed out and sleeping outside Bryant. Security and WPD responded and found an intoxicated homeless man. He was identified and removed from College property.




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