Police briefs

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Theft from vehicle

A woman contacted campus police regarding a theft on March 19. The victim stated that she parked her car on the northeast side of the Nerman Museum; when she returned her purse was missing from the vehicle. The victim then stated someone found the purse at 106th and Quivira Road with most of the contents inside.

Student attempts to flee scene of smoking violation

On March 19, a campus police officer tried to make contact with a male student smoking on campus before the student tried to flee the scene on foot. The officer followed the student to their vehicle and asked to see a student I.D. The student yelled at the officer and attempted to run away before police caught up with him again. The student finally provided the officer with identification. He was then advised of the smoking policy and allowed to leave.

Criminal damage of property in parking garage

A student’s car was vandalized on March 21 in the Carlsen Center upper east parking garage. The victim stated that he returned to his car to find the driver’s side windshield wiper broken off. The victim then found a note under the passenger side windshield wiper that read “Learn how to drive” along with other explicit messages.

Man caught viewing pornography on school computer

Campus police were dispatched to the Billington Library on March 27 at 8:15 p.m. A staff member stated that they were walking past a computer on the second floor when they observed
a subject viewing pornography. After police arrived, they found that the subject was not a student or faculty of the college. The subject said that since the site was not blocked he thought it was acceptable. The subject was escorted off campus.

Compiled by Erica Aldridge

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