Spring Street Blues – January 15-19, 2014

Wednesday 1-15-14

2:15 p.m., Lansing Chapman Rink: A student slipped on the ice and was injured, and was transported from the hockey rink to the Health Center.

6:12 p.m., 19 Walden St.: A report of flooding in the basement. An officer responded and it was determined that the problem could wait until Thursday morning. A work order for mechanical trades was filled out.

Thursday 1-16-14

5:03 p.m., Mission Park Drive: A bus from Jiminy Peak dropped off a student, who was injured snowboarding, at Mission Park Drive. Security transported the student to the Health Center.

11:45 p.m., Mills: Noise complaint through the tip line. Officers found about 10 students talking loudly and listening to loud music. They were informed them of the noise complaint and they turned the music down.

11:54 p.m., Williams F: Noise complaint. Officers found 15 to 20 students in the basement common room listening to loud music and playing Beirut. The students were cooperative and cleaned up the common room area.

Friday 1-17-14


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a.m.,Hopkins Hall: Custodians reported that the hanging electric wall clock in room 400 was missing.

6:27 p.m., Mission Park: Fire alarm. A detector was activated in Pratt, cause unknown. The system was silenced and reset.

Saturday 1-18-14

2:19 a.m., Paresky: An officer’s attention was directed to a student standing in line with an injury. officers offered assistance. Though not an emergency, officers advised the student of the need for attention and transported the student from Paresky to NARH.

11:29 a.m., Prospect: WPD reported they had 911 activated to Prospect for a student who had passed out. The student was sitting up and conscious upon the arrival of the officers and EMTs. Student was transported to NARH to be checked.

4:00 p.m., Carter House: Fire alarm. There was an activated detector in the third floor common room. The odor of burnt matches was found at the indicated location, but no source was present. Nobody in the area knew anything about it.

11:02 p.m., ’62 Center for Theatre and Dance: fire alarm. The fire panel read 2nd floor dance studio. Officers were unable to reset the alarm due to the smoke detector being on a 30-foot high ceiling.

Sunday 1-19-14

3:30 a.m., Garfield: Officers dispatched for a student who had been vomiting. 911 was activated for an EMT to evaluate the student. The Village Ambulance transported the student to NARH.