Bag o’ Crime: Feb. 1, 2012
Reported: Jan. 30 at 12:20 a.m.
SCS and a Residence Life staff member attended to the student residence in response to a complaint of suspected drug usage. A small quantity of marijuana and some drug paraphernalia was seized for destruction. Two female students will be dealt with by Residence Life for the narcotics violation.
Reported: Jan. 30 at 1:03 a.m.
SCS officers, and EMS attended to the student residence in response to a call for medical assistance. A 19-year-old female student was treated for a laceration to her forehead. She had sustained a head injury as a result of a fall inside the residence. Alcohol was a factor. She refused any further medical treatment and left the building accompanied by a male companion.
Location: 232 King St. N.
Reported: Jan. 30 at 2:36 a.m.
A 26-year-old male (non-student) Kitchener resident was issued a Provincial Offence Notice pursuant to a local Waterloo Bylaw. He had been observed urinating against the side of the building housing the SCS offices. He was then sent on his way.
Unknown Call Requiring Police Assistance
Location: Various on Campus Locations
Reported: Jan. 30 at 9:55 a.m.
SCS received a complaint from WLUSU’s Assistant Chief Returning Officer concerning a number of posters from candidates running for the Presidential Office in the upcoming student election having been removed from various locations on campus where they had been posted. There are no suspects.
Reported: Jan. 30 at 11:05 p.m.
A SCS officer and a Resident Life staff member attended to a student’s room in response to a complaint of suspected drug usage. A small quantity of marijuana and drug paraphernalia was seized for destruction. An 18-year-old male student will be dealt with by Residence Life for the narcotics violation.
Location: Athletic Complex
Reported: Jan. 30 at 10:36 p.m.
SCS members attended to the gymnasium in response to a call for medical assistance. A 22-year-old male student had suffered a minor injury to his pinky finger. He required no medical attention.
Reported: Jan. 31 at 9:52 a.m.
Special Constables attended a residence after receiving a report of a male sleeping in the entrance way. On arrival, a male was found lying on the floor covered in blankets just inside the main door entrance but not beyond the secure door leading to the lobby. A black Labrador retriever was lying on the floor next to him. The male was roused and identified himself verbally stating that he had no fixed address. He was informed that he could not sleep in the building and was verbally trespassed from WLU controlled property. He left without incident when requested. No further action was necessary.
Location: Parking Lot #3
Reported: Feb. 1 at 10:02 a.m.
SCS officers were asked to attend parking lot #3A Laurier-controlled property. A male Laurier student became very unruly after receiving a parking ticket for parking illegally on campus. Parking Services requested we speak to the student and explain to him that his actions were unacceptable and that if he was to continue these actions his parking privileges could be taken away.
Reported: Feb. 1 at 11:44 p.m.
Special Constables attended to a residence regarding a marijuana smoking complaint. A small amount of marijuana and paraphernalia was seized for destruction. The matter is being dealt with by residence staff.
Reported: Feb. 3 at 12:16 a.m.
Special Constables attended to a residence in response to a report that a male resident would not leave one of the apartments when directed to do so by Residence staff. Residence staff had been called to the apartment regarding a noise complaint. On arrival he had already left the apartment and could not be located. He is known to staff and they will deal with him through the Residence Life disciplinary process.
Reported: Feb. 3 at 5:07 a.m.
SCS officers attended to the student residence at the request of Residence Life staff in regard to an assault. Through investigation it was determined that a female student had physically assaulted another female student by punching her in the upper body. The victim did not sustain any visible injuries. The dispute revolved around SCS attendance to the residence earlier in the morning involving possible drug usage by the perpetrator of the assault. SCS officers arrested an 18-year-old female student for Assault Level 1. She was transported to WRPS North Division and later released on a Promise To Appear and an Officer in Charge Undertaking with applicable conditions.
MVC Hit & Run
Location: Lot #14
Reported: Feb. 3 at 10:07 a.m.
A student reported that her vehicle had been struck by another car while it was parked and then left the scene. WRPS attended to investigate the accident.
Break & Enter
Reported: Feb. 3 at 2:23 p.m.
SCS is investigating the theft of a pair of boots from inside an apartment unit at the student residence. Person(s) unknown entered the unlocked unit in the early morning hours on Feb. 3 between 1:30 a.m. – 8:00 a.m. and stole a pair of pink women’s ‘Ugg’ boots. The residents had heard someone enter their unit but no one had bothered to get up to check or call SCS. WRPS was notified and has taken over the investigation. SCS is advising all students in residence to keep their doors locked at all times for their own safety
Reported: Feb. 4 at 1:26 a.m.
Person(s) unknown broke a window in the stairwell on the second floor of the residence. There had been a party earlier in room 117 across the hall but the party goers had all gone. Residence Life staff will deal with the party host. There are no suspects at this time. Physical Resources was notified for repairs.
Location: Fred Nichols Campus Centre
Reported: Feb. 5 at 2:40 a.m.
A Turret Staff member reported that he found two male students in Wilf’s bar (after hours). The males had gained entrance through an unlocked door. The males were requested to leave and were escorted out of the area. Shortly thereafter SCS officers attended to a minor disturbance outside of MacDonald House involving the two responsible male parties. The matter will be sent before the JAC for review.