Between 11pm on 24 March and 8pm on 26 March, unknown person(s) gained access to a student’s vehicle that was parked on the first floor of Windsor Car Park. There was no evidence of forced entry. Several CDs and personal documents within the vehicle were stolen.
Over the past month several vehicles have been broken into in the Windsor Parkade. However, most of these vehicles showed no signs of forced entry. Campus Security urges anyone who parks in the lot to not leave valuables in their vehicles.
Red light racer
At 1:30am on 26 March, officers on patrol saw a speeding car run two red lights without slowing down. They found the driver didn’t have a valid licence and the vehicle was not registered. The car was towed and the driver was issued several hundred dollars in fines.
Break in case of drunkenness
At 1am on 27 March, Campus 5-0 was called to Lister after a drunk student punched a glass fire extinguisher case. He had shards of glass stuck in his hand and was driven to the hospital for treatment. An hour later he was back, untreated and unhappy with having to wait. He was again taken to the hospital, this time with a friend to keep him there. Code of Student Behaviour charges are pending.
Loaded on the loading dock
At 5pm on 28 March, officers responded to a report of a man who was passed out on the University Terrace loading dock. He was familiar to CSS, as he had been booted off campus no less than six times previously. An ambulance was called because the man was seen to be severely intoxicated, and he was given a trespassing ticket for him to fully appreciate once he sobers up.
Friends don’t let friends ...
At 1:30am on 28 March, Campus Security and an ambulance were called to Lister to deal with a report about a girl with alcohol poisoning. She was found in her room and no one was sure how much she had had to drink. She was taken to the hospital for treatment.
At midnight on 28 March, Lister staff reported that a resident’s room had been ransacked. One occupant had left for the evening with his roommate still inside, and upon returning found hand lotion squirted all over the room, his bed flipped over, and food strewn about the room. Nothing was stolen, and Residence Services will be pursuing charges.
Don’t be mad because they lost
At 10pm on 29 March, Safewalk called Campus 5-0 about a group of Oilers fans fighting on the LRT station platform. Officers arrived on scene just as two male suspects were fleeing the area. The suspects were not found.
ECV PC thievery
At noon on 29 March, residents of East Campus Village reported a break and enter into their suite during the night. Two laptops were stolen, but there were no signs of forced entry. Campus Security is investigating.