Public Security Newspapers September 12-18

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September 12

Fourth Degree Criminal Mischief

LOCATION: Dillingham Center 117 Alumni Circle

SUMMARY: The Facilities Office has reported wires and light fixtures hanging from the ceiling. The officer reported that maintenance is ongoing on the light and there was no damage to the area. Sergeant Jon Elmore responded.

Petty larceny under $50

LOCATION: Circle Lot 11 College Circle

SUMMARY: The caller reported that an unknown person had stolen his vehicle’s license plate. Patrol Constable Kevin McClain responded.

Medical Assistance / Illness Related

LOCATION: Farm pond path

SUMMARY: The caller reported a person feeling weak. The officer reported that the person refused to receive medical attention. Sergeant Bryan Verzosa responded.

Medical Assistance / Illness Related

LOCATION: Public Safety Office 122 Farm Pond Road

SUMMARY: Person reported feeling weak. The officer reported that the person refused to receive medical attention. Sergeant Bryan Verzosa responded.

Accidental fire alarm

LOCATION: 185 College Circle

SUMMARY: Simplex has reported a fire alarm. The officer reported that the alarm activation was caused by burnt food. Sergeant Bryan Verzosa responded.

Medical Assistance / Illness Related

LOCATION: Quadruple of the center of the campus

SUMMARY: Caller reported someone with high fever and body aches. The officer reported that the person was taken to hospital by ambulance. Sergeant Bryan Verzosa responded.

September 13

Medical Assistance / Injury

LOCATION: Center of campus

SUMMARY: The caller reported that a person slipped on a wet floor, fell and injured his head. Before an officer arrived, the person went to Hammond Health Center for medical assistance. Sergeant Don Lyke answered.

Medical/psychological assistance

LOCATION: Hood Hall 282 Lyceum Drive

SUMMARY: The caller reported that a person was having suicidal thoughts. The person was taken into custody under the New York State Mental Hygiene Act and was transported to the hospital by ambulance. Patrol Constable Kevin McClain responded.

Wellness check

LOCATION: Terrace 7 106 Flora Brown Drive

SUMMARY: The caller reported that someone has not been in contact with him for several days. The officer determined that the person did not require assistance and would contact the caller. Sergeant Bryan Verzosa responded.

September 14

Medical Assistance / Injury

LOCATION: Academic Quadruple/ Circle of 100-300 block textor

SUMMARY: The Appellant reported that while walking he stepped on a crack in the sidewalk and injured his ankle on September 13th. The person sought medical help on their own. Patrol Constable Kevin McClain responded.

Medical assistance / Illness

LOCATION: 150 Textor Circle

SUMMARY: The caller reported one person passed out and another person performed CPR. The person was taken to hospital by ambulance. Patrol Constable Kevin McClain responded.

Motor vehicle accident/property damage

LOCATION: 123 Farm Pond Road

SUMMARY: The caller reported a motor vehicle accident involving two cars. Patrol Constable Kevin McClain responded.

Intrusion without diploma

LOCATION: Apartment with garden 29

SUMMARY: The caller reported people on a roof. The officer gave a warning to four people to be on the roof. Patrol Constable Kevin McClain responded.

Intrusion without diploma

LOCATION: Recreational trails

SUMMARY: Officer reported people in closed area. The officer warned seven people to be in the area after hours. Sergeant Bryan Verzosa responded.

Medical assistance / Illness

LOCATION: Hilliard Hall/ 280 Lyceum Drive

SUMMARY: The caller reported a person with severe pain in the lower abdomen with pain radiating to the lower back. The person was reportedly transported to hospital by a private vehicle. Sergeant Jon Elmore responded.

September 15

Medical assistance / Illness

LOCATION: Whalen Music Center

SUMMARY: The caller reported a person vomiting. The person refused medical assistance. Charlie Sherman, fire and building safety coordinator within the Environmental Health and Safety Department, replied

Fourth Degree Criminal Mischief

LOCATION: Terrace dining room

SUMMARY: The caller reported that an unknown person damaged the glass in the door. Senior Patrol Officer Sophia Dimkos responded.

Burglary without force second degree

LOCATION: Bogart Hall/ 334 Grant Egbert Blvd.

SUMMARY: The caller reports that a stranger entered his room and stole clothing and jewelry. Sergeant Bryan Verzosa responded.

Petty larceny under $50

LOCATION: Emerson Hall/ 127 Grant Egbert Blvd.

SUMMARY: The caller reported that an unknown person stole his doorknob. Senior Patrol Officer Sophia Dimkos responded.

Intrusion without diploma

LOCATION: Center of campus

SUMMARY: Caller reported people on roof. The agent could not locate the people. Sergeant Bryan Verzosa responded.

Intrusion without diploma

LOCATION: Phillips Hall

SUMMARY: Caller reported people on roof. The agent could not locate the people. Sergeant Jon Elmore responded.

September 16

Petty larceny under $50

LOCATION: East Tower 143 Skyline Drive

SUMMARY: The environment, health and safety department reported that an unknown person stole the front of an exit sign. Sergeant Don Lyke answered.

V&T Aggravated License-Free Operation

LOCATION: Conservatory Drive

SUMMARY: The officer conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle that did not stop at a stop sign. The officer reported that the driver received an aggravated second-degree unlicensed operation ticket. Patrol officer Abdullah Hassan responded.

Medical Assistance / Injury

LOCATION: Lot D

SUMMARY: The caller reported that a person fell off a skateboard and possibly broke their wrist. The officer reported that the person refused medical assistance. George Whitmore, fire protection specialist at the Department of Environmental Health and Safety replied.

September 17

CSC irresponsible use of alcohol and drugs

LOCATION: 171 College Circle

SUMMARY: The caller reported someone intoxicated. The officer reported that the person refused medical assistance and was referred to the Office of Student Conduct for irresponsible drinking. Security officer RJ Petrella answered.

CSC irresponsible use of alcohol and drugs

LOCATION: Hilliard Hall/ 280 Lyceum Drive

SUMMARY: The caller reported someone intoxicated. The officer reported that the person was arrested under New York State Mental Hygiene Law and transported to the hospital by ambulance. The officer referred the person to the Office of Student Conduct for irresponsible drinking. Patrol officer Abdullah Hassan responded.

Off-campus incident

LOCATION: All others / others

SUMMARY: The appellant reported a blow to the head at an off-campus event. The officer reported that the person was taken to hospital by ambulance. Sergeant Don Lyke answered.

September 18

Medical / psychological assistance

LOCATION: Tallcott Hall/ 286 Lyceum Drive

SUMMARY: The caller reported an intoxicated person making alarming claims of self-harm. The officer reported that the person was arrested under New York State Mental Hygiene Law and transported to the hospital by ambulance. Sergeant Don Lyke answered.

Off-campus incident

LOCATION: All others / others

SUMMARY: The caller reported that a known person touched the private parts of the caller without his consent on September 16th. Senior Patrol Officer Sophia Dimkos responded.

Accidental fire alarm

LOCATION: 171 College Circle

SUMMARY: Simplex has reported a fire alarm. The officer reported that the alarm activation was caused by burnt food. Senior Patrol Officer Sophia Dimkos responded.

Help the Tompkins County Sheriff’s Office

LOCATION: State Route 96B/Danby Road

SUMMARY: Tompkins County dispatcher has asked an officer to check out a large object reported on the roadway. The officer reported that a large plastic tarp found on the roadway had been removed. Senior Patrol Officer Sophia Dimkos responded.

SCC liability of guests

LOCATION: Holmes Hall/ 288 Lyceum Drive

SUMMARY: The caller reported someone intoxicated. The officer reported that an unaffiliated person was taken to hospital by ambulance and another person was referred to the Office of Student Conduct for guest responsibility. Senior Patrol Officer Sophia Dimkos responded.

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