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December 11, 2003
 Crime Watch

 


Crime Watch

This monthly report is compiled from information made available by the Campus Enforcement and Patrol unit. CEP is located in the Services Building on Memorial's St. John's campus, telephone 737-4100. At Sir Wilfred Grenfell College, the security office is Room AS-280, Arts and Science Building, telephone 637-6210. At the Marine Institute, Ridge Road, telephone 778-0456 to reach the security office.

The figures given below are based on the number of reports made to CEP during October and November 2003. Incidents reported do not necessarily result in criminal charges being laid; this depends on the outcome of an investigation.

Type of incident
October
November
Physical assault
0
1
Sexual assault
0
0
Harassment
0
0
Fire alarms
9
6
Vandalism
2
5
Larceny/theft
8
6
Disturbances
3
2
Drugs/alcohol
3
1
Fraud
0
0
Break and Entry
0
1

October
None of the fire alarms in October involved fire. On Oct. 1, a person was reported looking in windows at Burke House. On Oct. 2, there was a theft of items from a locker in the Phys Ed Building. On Oct. 5, two young men were reported checking doors in the Chemistry Building. On Oct. 6, an exhibitor at the University Centre reported a missing display case. On Oct. 9, there was a report of a purse missing from a locked cabinet in an office in the Science Building. On Oct. 13, a classroom was vandalized with broken glass left on the floor and a blackboard and chair damaged. On Oct. 15, two men were discovered smoking marijuana in the Science Building tunnel. On Oct. 15, two men were stopped for marijuana possession in the University Centre. On Oct. 15, a purse was reported missing and later recovered; however, there was an amount of cash inside that was missing. On Oct. 17, an impaired driver was stopped on Arctic Avenue. On Oct. 17 there was a report of a man trying to break in to Doyle House. On Oct. 20, a classroom in the Education Building was vandalized. On Oct. 21, there was equipment stolen from a truck at Facilities Management. On Oct. 23, a vehicle was stolen from the Aquarena parking lot; another stolen vehicle was recovered there. On Oct. 28, a handbag was stolen from a room in Blackall. On Oct. 30, a purse was stolen from the QE II Library. On Oct. 30, a number of items were stolen from the math learning centre.

November
None of the fire alarms in November involved fire. On Nov. 1 two men were reported throwing rocks at a window at Guy Court. On Nov. 2, an attempted break and entry of a vehicle in Lot 11 was reported. On Nov. 2, suspicious activity was reported in parking lot 13. On Nov. 5, a calculator was reported stolen from the Henrietta Harvey Building. On Nov. 6, a purse was stolen from Queen’s College. On Nov. 7, an impaired driver was apprehended. On Nov. 8, skateboarders were reported causing damage to the Chemistry Building. On Nov. 14, a calculator was reported stolen from the Henrietta Harvey Building. On Nov. 14, a jacket was stolen from the Science Building. On Nov. 17, a vehicle parked next to Burke House was vandalized. On Nov. 21, a staff member at the Breezeway was assaulted. On Nov. 21, a plant was stolen from the lobby of the Music Building. On Nov. 21, a mirror on the wall of a bathroom on the Arts and Administration Building was torn down. On Nov. 28, a glass door in the Arts and Administration Building was broken. On Nov. 28, several rooms in the University Centre were vandalized. On Nov. 29, a cell phone left at a computer terminal in the QE II Library was stolen. On Nov. 30, a man reportedly broke a glass entranceway in the University Centre.

 


 


 
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