March 16, 2011
Reported: Mar. 8, 2011 @ 6:54 p.m.
A complaint was received about a suspicious male in the Library on the fifth floor. He was described as a strange older man, brown skinned (no age given) sitting near girls and staring at them and then moving on to another group once they became aware of his presence. SCS officers attended but were unable to locate anyone throughout the whole Library. CCTV camera footage was reviewed with negative results.
University regulations violation
Location: Frank C Peters Building
Reported: Mar. 7, 2011 @ 8:30 p.m.
SCS officers assisted two T.A.’s (teaching assistants) for a first-year business program in locating a missing business midterm exam. An 18-year-old male student had reviewed his midterm papers and failed to turn it back in. The papers were located and returned to the T.A.’s.
Report: Mar. 10, 2011 @ 8:37 p.m.
The East Meets West group set off the glass break alarm at the Bookstore in the concourse with loud music and pushing the tables up against the windows in the outer hallway. The alarm was reset and the group was asked to turn down the music.
Theft Under $5,000
Reported: Mar. 13, 2011 @ 3:23 a.m.
Special Constables responded to a report from the Dispatch Centre that they had observed three males take a six-foot table which had been taken from the Concourse and placed it in their vehicle which was heading towards King St. The theft had been monitored on CCTV cameras. The vehicle was stopped in Lot # 24 near King St. The three male suspects were identified as 18, 19 and 20-year-old WLU students and were made to return the table to where it came from. No criminal charges were laid but the matter will be sent to the Judicial Affairs Council.
Reported: Mar. 11, 2011 @ 2:29 p.m.
SCS officers, ERT members and EMS attended to the student residence in response to a medical emergency. Two 18-year-old male students had been running in the hallway of the residence chasing one another. One male sustained head and facial injuries (lacerations) and under his right arm as a result of running into a pane of glass in the hallway door. The other male received lacerations to his head, hand and forearm from the broken chards of glass. Both parties were transported to Grand River Hospital for medical treatment and observation.
Reported: Mar. 13, 2011@ 11:26 p.m.
While working a paid duty at the Turret Night Club a Special Constable was approached by a female non-student who reported that while she was in line another unidentified female kicked her in the upper leg and groin region.
The suspect female is described as caucasian with blonde hair wearing a leopard print dress and a long black furry hooded coat.
According to the complainant the suspect female was denied entry through the back VIP door to the Turret. The complainant was not able to point out the suspect and did not know where she may have gone. The suspect could not be located.