Thursday, October 14th
12:36 a.m. An officer on patrol in Hales Gym observed a lock and all hardware removed from a door that leads to the old pool area. A check of the building was made and all other doors were found secure.
5:10 p.m. Staff requested an office at a Village House residence to pick up a hookah located in plain view during a Life Safety Inspection. The hookah was removed by an unknown person prior to the officers’ arrival.
5:23 p.m. An officer was requested to assist an ill student in Price Hall. The student was transported by ambulance to Mercy Allen Hospital for treatment.
4:24 p.m. A female student reported that while in the gender neutral bathroom on the second floor of Wilder Hall, she observed a mirror pointed up at her from the next stall. A male subject fled the area upon being confronted. A search of the area was made by officers with negative results locating the subject.
10:27 p.m. Staff reported an odor of burnt marijuana outside a first floor window at Barrows Hall. Three students and a non-student were located and denied smoking marijuana. A small multi-colored glass pipe, containing a small amount of a green leafy substance consistent with marijuana, was located in the bushes and one student claimed ownership of the pipe. The pipe was confiscated and turned over to the Oberlin Police Department. The non-student was placed on trespass notice.
11:59 p.m. An officer on patrol located a bb gun in an art studio on the north side of the Allen Art 37 edition. The bb gun was transported to the Security Office and placed in property.
Friday, October 15th
1:39 a.m. An officer was requested to assist with an intoxicated student at Harkness. The student, who became ill from the alcohol consumption, was transported to Mercy Allen Hospital for treatment.
2:13 a.m. Officers responded to Saunders after receiving an alarm indicating a smoke detector head missing in a room on the second floor. It appeared the detector was removed because the occupant was using a curling iron.
10:24 a.m. An officer met with trades personnel who report the theft of keys from his work truck while parked in Wilder Lot. The keys were left unattended in the ignition for approximately 10 minutes.
2:10 p.m. An officer found a cloth money belt, containing cash, on the seat of a security vehicle. The owner of the money belt was located and the item returned.
Saturday, October 16th
12:10 a.m. Staff at Wilder Hall reported a student had fallen in the Disco and hit her head. Upon officer’s arrival at Wilder, they were advised the student left with a friend. The student was located on the west side of the Science Center. The student, who appeared intoxicated, refused medical treatment and advised she just wanted to go back to her room. A transport was provided.
Sunday, October 17th
3:38 p.m. An officer on routine patrol found the glass in the southwest wing entrance door to South Hall broken. A work order was filed for repair.
4:53 p.m. A resident of Johnson House reported a suspicious male outside of Johnson House asking about people who lived in the building. The individual gave several names, none of whom lived in Johnson House. As a result, the male individual was taken into custody by Oberlin Police Department and charged with Criminal Trespass.
4:54 p.m. A resident of Keep reported the theft of her laptop computer and purse from the lounge area in Keep. The laptop is a MacBook Pro, silver in color with red case, valued at approximately $1000.00. The purse is a small round leather purse, black in color and contained an iPod Touch, homework and wallet. A report was also filed with the Oberlin Police.
7:45 p.m. A student reported the theft of his bicycle from the east side of the Allen Art Department. The bicycle is a men’s Fuji, 12 speed, black and tan in color, rear rack and 700c wheels. The bicycle was locked to itself at the time of theft.
Monday, October 18th
9:39 a.m. Officers were requested at the Conservatory to assist with a student having difficulty breathing. The student was transported to Mercy Allen Medical Center for treatment.
10:13 a.m. Staff reported vandalism at the bandstand in Tappan Square. A post was broken from the railing. A work order was filed for repair.
2:25 p.m. Staff reported a minor motor vehicle accident in the east lot of the Service Building. A vehicle backing from a parking space struck a truck parked in the fire lane. No injuries; minor damage. Oberlin Police Department also responded for a report.
Tuesday, October 19th
9:59 a.m. Staff reported vandalism in the faculty lounge at Rice Hall. Items were emptied from the first aid kit and found on a counter, the accordion partition was pushed off track and a section of leaves were pulled from an artificial plant and placed on the head of a statue.
9:21 a.m. An officer was advised by custodial staff of vandalism/graffiti in Prall wing of South Hall. Ceiling tiles were removed and/or destroyed, and “signatures” were written in wide black permanent marker on walls and on a bathroom mirror. Work orders were filed for clean up/repairs.
Wednesday, October 20th
5:52 a.m. Officers and Oberlin Fire Department responded to a fire alarm at Stevenson Hall. The cause of the alarm was steam from hot water running in the custodial closet. Doors were propped open to dissipate the steam. Alarm was reset.