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Elisa Hooper

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Albion College Football Tailgating Policy

Albion College permits tailgating in an authorized location prior to and after home football games. Tailgating is defined as parking a motorized vehicle and consuming food and beverages, which may include alcoholic beverages, outside the sports event area. The Ferguson parking lot is the designated tailgating area for all home football games (overflow tailgating for Homecoming will be at Bellemont Manor).

The safety of our students and visitors is of the utmost importance to the College; therefore the following guidelines are established for tailgating.

  1. Tailgating must occur only in the Ferguson parking lot, which will be clearly marked by signs.

  2. Tailgating cannot start before four hours prior to the beginning of any home football game and must end within two hours following the end of the game.

  3. Alcoholic beverages are limited to single-serving, non-glass containers. No common sources (e.g., kegs, beer balls or other large quantity containers) are permitted.

  4. Serving alcohol to or consumption of alcohol by minors (those under 21 years of age) is a violation of state and federal law and Albion College policy. Michigan law states that underage drinking is illegal everywhere—on public or private property, indoors or out—including tailgating.

  5. Individuals consuming alcohol may be asked to provide legal identification and proof of age to a campus safety officer or local law enforcement officer.

  6. Carrying an open container of alcohol on public streets or sidewalks is illegal, regardless of age. When guests leave the designated tailgate area, they must leave alcoholic beverages in the designated tailgate area.

  7. No alcoholic beverages may be taken into any athletic facility or into the sports event area.

  8. Rules regarding tailgating will be posted on the Albion College Web site and a flyer stating those rules will be distributed to guests who enter the designated tailgating area.

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Incident Logs 2013

Disposition Codes:

D1 Open Pending: Case is open and pending further follow up or investigation.

D2 Closed (Criminal): Case is closed by arrest or the case has been turned over to law enforcement agency.

D3 Closed (Administrative): Case is closed and turned over to the college judicial process.

D4 Cleared: Case has been investigated and it has been determined that an offense occurred, but the victim does not wish further action be taken or the case has been cleared with no further action required.

D5 Unfounded: Case has been investigated and determined to be non-criminal, with no evidence that a crime or policy violation occurred, and no further investigation is needed.

D6 Inactive: Case has been investigated but there is not enough information for further action to be taken and no suspects or further follow up information is available.

 

JANUARY 2013

January 24th

2:02 am ALCOHOL VIOLATION: Incident occurred at Wesley Hall. Disp: Closed (Administrative).

January 26th

2:25 am ILLEGAL DRUG VIOLATION: Incident occurred at Alpha Tau Omega. Disp: Closed (Administrative).

10:15 pm SUSPICIOUS VECHILE: A vehicle was seen stopping in front of different buildings on campus but no one was getting in or out of the vehicle. Before it could be identified, the vehicle left campus. Disp: Cleared.

January 27th

2:15 am FIGHT: Incident involved two non-students outside Sigma Nu. Disp: Cleared.

4:14 am ASSIST ADPS: City Officers were looking for a student who did not pay for gas. She was located, taken to the gas station and she paid for the gas. Disp:Cleared. 

11:10 pm LARCENY: A student reported that clothing had been taken from the Wesley Hall laundry room. Disp: Inactive.

January 28th

10:25 pm SUSPICIOUS SITUATION: There was a report of a possible marijuana smell in Whitehouse Hall. Officers found that there was a strong smell of cologne in the stairwell. Disp: Cleared.

January 29th

10:46 am SUSPICIOUS PERSON: A report of two people in Kresge Gym, who do not belong there. Officers found it was two high school students. They complied and left campus. Disp: Cleared.

9:29 pm ILLEGAL DRUG VIOLATION: Incident occurred in Whitehouse Hall. Disp: Closed (Administrative).

January 30th

6:48 pm SUSPICIOUS SITUATION: A computerwas missing from the Art Building. It was later found that someone had put it in a box and hadn't let anyone else know about it. Disp: Unfounded.

January 31st

2:37 am NOISE COMPLAINT: A report of loud noise at Briton Apartments. Officers arrived and found the building quiet. Disp: Cleared.

10:26 am VEHICLE ACCIDENT: A student drove another students vehicle onto the boulders near the railroad tracks. There did not appear to be any vehicle damage. Closed (Administrative).

 

Disposition Codes:

1.D1 Open Pending: Case is open and pending further follow up or investigation.

2.D2 Closed (Criminal): Case is closed by arrest or the case has been turned over to law enforcement agency.

3.D3 Closed (Administrative): Case is closed and turned over to the college judicial process.

4.D4 Cleared: Case has been investigated and it has been determined that an offense occurred, but the victim does not wish further action be taken or the case has been cleared with no further action required.

5.D5 Unfounded: Case has been investigated and determined to be non-criminal, with no evidence that a crime or policy violation occurred, and no further investigation is needed.

6.D6 Inactive: Case has been investigated but there is not enough information for further action to be taken and no further follow up information is available.

 

FEBRUARY 2013

February 1st

6:25 pm LARCENY: A bottle of oil was taken from a display table in lower Baldwin. Disp: Inactive.

February 2nd

1:20 am MALICIOUS ALARM ACTIVATION: Incident occurred at Sigma Chi.Disp: Inactive.

February 3rd

11:23 pm SMOKE/ODOR INVESTIGATION:A report of a possible gas odor near the elevator in Vulgamore Hall Officers were unable to detect any odor. Disp: Unfounded.

February 5th

6:25 pm NOISE COMPLAINT: A report of loud music in Whitehouse Hall. Officers found the room and spoke with the resident. He complied and turned down the music. Disp: Cleared. 

February 9th

5:05 am FIRE EXTINGUISHER/MALICIOUS DISCHARGE: Incident occurred in Wesley Hall. Disp: Inactive.

9:44 pm SUSPICIOUS SITUATION: A report of a room inWhitehouse Hall that always smelled of marijuana. There is no smell right now, but there are alot of people in the room. Officers found everything alright. Disp: Cleared.

February 10th

1:28 am NOISE COMPLAINT: A report of loud noise in Mitchell Towers. Officers spoke with the occupants of the room and warned them to quiet down. Disp: Cleared.

4:08 am NOISE COMPLAINT: A report of someone knocking on windows at Briton Apartments, trying to get in. Officers arrived but found no one around the building. Disp: Cleared.

8:09 am SUSPICIOUS SITUATION: There was a car on Erie Street, with the engine running for about 2 hours. There was nothing to show who the driver was. Officers checked buildings in the area. When Officers went back to the car, it had been turned off. Disp: Unfounded.

8:16 pm SMOKE/ODOR INVESTIGATION: A report of the possible smell of propane at the Equestrian Center. Officers resolved the problem. Disp: Cleared.

February 11th

10:24 am VEHICLE ACCIDENT: A call from a student that reported hearing a vehicle hit another vehicle in Lot 8, then drive off. The damaged vehicle belonged to a student. Disp: Cleared.

1:57 pm LARCENY: A student reported medication had been taken from his room in Mitchell Towers. Disp: Inactive.

February 13th

6:20 pm FIRE: Officers found a pile of garbage on fire in the dirt near the Nature Center Building. Officers were able to put it out with the water and mud in the driveway. Disp: Inactive.

February 14th

9:26 pm SUSPICIOUS SITUATION: A report of a "hot, burning smell" inside the Tennis Center. Oficers arrived and found tennis balls in the heating tubes that were heating up and causing the burning smell. The tennis balls were removed. Disp: Cleared.

February 15th

4:14 am NOISE COMPLAINT: A report of loud noise in Whitehouse Hall. Officers spoke with the occupants and they said they would be quiet for the rest of the night. Disp: Cleared

February 16th

12:43 am VEHICLE ACCIDENT: A student reported she had backed into a vehicle that was not parked in an actual parking spot, in Lot 4. Disp: Cleared.

2:24 pm MALICIOUS DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY: Officers found the downspout on the side of the Visual Arts Annex had been damaged and appears to have been caused by an individual. Disp: Inactive.

February 17th

1:07 am MALICIOUS DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY: A brick was thrown through a window at Delta Sigma Phi. Disp: Inactive.

February 18th

5:17 pm ILLEGAL DRUG VIOLATION: Incident occurred at Wesley Hall. Disp: closed (Administrative).

8:28 pm MALICIOUS DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY: A student reported a mirror had been broken off her vehicle while parked in Lot 14. Disp: Inactive.

9:33 pm ILLEGAL DRUG VIOLATION: There was a report of the smell of marijuana coming through the vents in a room in Whitehouse Hall. Officers were unable to locate where it was coming from. Disp: Cleared.

February 20th

8:44 pm SUSPICIOUS SITUATION: A report from the Dow that someone in Lot 25might be siphoning gas. An officer was in the area and there was no vehiclein the area that fit the description given. Disp: Cleared.

February 21st

1:07 pm MALICIOUS DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY: A mirror was damaged on a students vehicle, while parked in Lot 14. Disp: Inactive.

February 22nd

12:29 am NOISE COMPLAINT: A report of loud music at Whitehouse Hall. The music stopped before officers arrived. Disp: Cleared.

8:04 am SUSPICIOUS SITUATION: A car door was found open and there was no one around while parked in Lot 28.An officer shut the door and a message was left for the student. Disp: Cleared.

7:25 pm ILLEGAL DRUG VIOLATION: Incident occurredin Whitehouse Hall. Disp: Closed (Administrative).

9:04 pm SUSPICIOUS PERSON: The library workers called because they thought a student might be hiding so that she didn't have to leavewhen they closed. Dispatch checked the cameras as the student was seen leaving just before closing. The library was notified. Disp: Unfounded.

February 27th

4:10 pm SUSPICIOUS SITUATION: A student reported his cell phone had been stolen. A short time later he called to say he had found the phone. Disp: Unfounded.

9:12 pm NOISE COMPLAINT: A report from Mitchell Towers that there was a loud noise coming from the vents and heard throughout the building. Officers found it was coming from the boiler system. Disp: Cleared.

10:15 pm NOISE COMPLAINT: A report from Mitchell Towers that there was a loud noise. The student moved to another room for the night. Disp: Cleared.

 

Disposition Codes:

1.D1 Open Pending: Case is open and pending further follow up or investigation.

2.D2 Closed (Criminal): Case is closed by arrest or the case has been turned over to law enforcement agency.

3.D3 Closed (Administrative): Case is closed and turned over to the college judicial process.

4.D4 Cleared: Case has been investigated and it has been determined that an offense occurred, but the victim does not wish further action be taken or the case has been cleared with no further action required.

5.D5 Unfounded: Case has been investigated and determined to be non-criminal, with no evidence that a crime or policy violation occurred, and no further investigation is needed.

6.D6 Inactive: Case has been investigated but there is not enough information for further action to be taken and no further follow up information is available.

 

MARCH 2013

March2nd

12:22 am SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE: Officers noticed a vehicle in Lot 4, that had been runing for awhile with the people still inside. Officers spoke with the people and everything was alright. Disp: Cleared.

10:12 am SUSPICIOUS SITUATION: Officers noticed a bumper on the ground, behind a car in Lot 8. Officers could not find a car in the lot that was missing a bumper, so this might be a prank. Disp: Unfounded.

10:52 pm MALICIOUS ALARM ACTIVATION: Incident occurred in Whitehouse Hall. Disp: Inactive.

March 3rd

6:50 pm LARCENY: A student reported her textbooks missing from the library. Disp: Closed (Criminal).

March 6th

4:46 pm IRRESPONSIBLE STUDENT ACTION: An employee reported that someone threw an orange from the walkway between Baldwin and Whitehouse, and almost hit her in the head. This was not the first occurance. Disp: Inactive.

March 7th

8:18 am HARASSMENT: A report that a male had yelled inappropriate comments to her as she walked on campus. Officers immediately checked the area but could not find anyone fitting the description. Disp: Inactive.

12:02 pm SMOKE/ODOR INVESTIGATION: There was a smell of smoke in the back stairwell of Whitehouse Hall. Officers arrived and found that the odor was from melted plastic in a microwave. Disp: Cleared.

9:21 pm NOISE COMPLAINT: A report of loud noise at Briton Apartments. Officers spoke with the occupants of a room and they complied and turned down the noise. Disp: Cleared.

March 8th

9:22 am HARASSMENT: A report of a male who was making inappropriate comments to the female students as they walked by. Officers immediately checked the area, but could not find anyone fitting the description. Disp: Inactive.

10:24 am SUSPICIOUS PERSON: A report of someone standing at the back door of Wesley Hall, and acted like they were waiting for someone to walk out so he could get in. Before officers could arrive, he was seen on camera going in the east back door and up the stairs. Disp: Inactive.

March 11th

5:01 pm CITY PROPERTY CONFISCATION: Officers noticed a stop sign in the window of Sigma Nu. It was removed and brought back to the Campus Safety Office. Disp: Cleared

March 12th

8:32 am  REQUESTED TO LEAVE CAMPUS/BARRED:  A staff member reported that a male had yelled inappropriated comments to her, while she was walking on campus.  Officers found the man, ADPS identified him and he was barred from campus. Disp: Closed (Criminal). 

3:21 pm  HARASSMENT:  The incident occurred between a student and staff member on March 8th at a gas station. Disp: Closed (Administrative).

March 16th

8:59 am  NOISE COMPLAINT:  A student at Wesley Hall reported an alarm clock had been going off for the past hour and no one had shut it off.  Officers found the room, no one was inside and the clock was unplugged. Disp: Cleared.

March 17th

9:45 pm  HARASSMENT:  Incident occurred between roommated at Mitchell Tower, after a disagreement. Disp: Cleared.

11:23 pm  ASSIST ADPS:  ADPS was notified by the hospital that a student had said he was beaten up at a fraternity party and refused to give his name.  Officers did a walkthrough of all fraternities  but there were no large groups or parties in the area. Disp: Inactive.

March 18th

3:00 am  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  Officers found a picnic table and construction barricade place on top of the rock on the Quad.  The items were removed. Disp: Cleared.

5:00 pm  VEHICLE ACCIDENT:  The Campus Safety vehicle was rear ended on Newburg Road. Disp: Cleared.

8:18 pm  ILLEGAL DRUG VIOLATION:  A report of the smell of marijuana at Whitehouse Hall.  Officers arrived but there was no odor found. Disp: Cleared.

8:50 pm  MALICIOUS DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY:  A students tire was slashed while it was parked on Erie Street in front of Sigma Chi. Disp: Inactive.

March 19th

1:20 pm  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  There was a possible fraternity pledge activity that had taken place on the library bridge, without permission.  A student at the library said it looked like they had been doing a "Harlem Shake" video.  The cameras were checked and it appeared they were making a video. Disp: Cleared.

March 20th

5:16 pm  SUSPICIOUS PERSON:  A student reported seeing a man near Wesley Hall, just watching people coming and going for awhile.  Officers arrived and checked thea area but found no one that matched the description. Disp: Cleared. 

9:39 pm  SUSPICIOUS PERSON:  A report from the Library about a man who was leaving but had been asking people for money and their personal information.  Officers saw him walking west on Cass Street towards town. Disp: Closed (Criminal).

March 23rd

2:51 am  DISTURBANCE:  Incident occurred between roommates in Whitehouse Hall. Disp: Cleared.

9:16 pm  VEHICLE ACCIDENT:  A college vehicle bumped into a car while parked in front of the theatre in Marshall.  There was minor damage to the car. Disp: Cleared.

9:56 pm  SMOKE/ODOR INVESTIGATION:  A student called about others smoking hooka in the Ingham Annex.  Officers spoke with them and they moved it outside.  They were smoking tobacco.Disp: Cleared.

March 25th

10:39 am  SUSPICIOUS PERSON:  The library called about a subject they believe had stolen books a couple of weeks ago and is now at the library  bridge.  Officers identified the student and it is not the same person. Disp: Unfounded.

March 26th

9:24 pm  ILLEGAL DRUG VIOLATION:  Incident occurred at Whitehouse Hall. Disp: Closed (Administrative).

March 28th

9:26 pm  HARASSMENT:  A student was receiving unwanted phone calls and text messages from another student. Disp: Cleared.

March 29th

4:21 pm  HARASSMENT:  A student noticed that she was being followed by a male, while walking on campus.  He began asking her questions and when she said she had a boyfriend, he left. Disp: Cleared.

11:17 pm  SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE:  A city resident reported a van parked crooked in Lot 15 and the flashers were on.  Officers found it belonged to a student.  Officers spoke with the student and she said she had run out of gas and friends helped her push it into the lot. Disp: Cleared. 

 

Disposition Codes:

1.D1 Open Pending: Case is open and pending further follow up or investigation.

2.D2 Closed (Criminal): Case is closed by arrest or the case has been turned over to law enforcement agency.

3.D3 Closed (Administrative): Case is closed and turned over to the college judicial process.

4.D4 Cleared: Case has been investigated and it has been determined that an offense occurred, but the victim does not wish further action be taken or the case has been cleared with no further action required.

5.D5 Unfounded: Case has been investigated and determined to be non-criminal, with no evidence that a crime or policy violation occurred, and no further investigation is needed .

6.D6 Inactive: Case has been investigated but there is not enough information for further action to be taken and no suspects or further follow up information is available.

 

APRIL 

April 2nd

12:41 am  SMOKE/ODOR INVESTIGATION:  There was a report of a possible marijuana odor in Wesley Hall.  Officers were unable to detect any odor. Disp: Cleared.

9:56 am  MALICIOUS DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY:  A student was parked in Lot 28 and a tire was slashed on his vehicle . Disp: Inactive. 

April 3rd

12:28 am  ILLEGAL DRUG VIOLATION:  Incident occurred at Mitchell Towers. Disp: Inactive.

2:54 pm  SMOKE/ODOR INVESTIGATION:  There was a possible smell of marijuana in the stairwell at Whitehouse Hall.  Officers arrived and the smell was only in that area.  All the halls checked clear. Disp: Cleared.

7:53 pm  SMOKE/ODOR INVESTIGATION:  There were two reports of the smell of marijuana at Whitehouse Hall.  Officers and staff walked the halls but could not locate the source.Disp: Cleared.

April 4th

12:33 am  SMOKE/ODOR INVESTIGATION:  There was a report of the smell of marijuana at Whitehouse Hall.  Officers walked through the halls but could not locate the source. Disp: Cleared.

6:03 pm  SMOKE/ODOR INVESTIGATION:  There was a report of a possible smell of marijuana at Whitehouse Hall.  Officers checked the halls but found no signs of the odor. disp: Cleared.

April 5th

12:08 am  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  Officers noticed an abnormal amount of steam emitting from the manhole cover near the Observatory.  Facilities checked and said it was alright for the night and would check in more detail in the morning. Disp: Cleared.

April 6th

11:05 pm  SUSPICIOUS PERSON:  There was a report of two males walking around the fraternities, trying to get into one.  Officers were unable to locate them in the area. disp: Cleared.

April 7th

2:44 am  NOISE COMPLAINT:  There was a report of loud music at Sigma Chi.  Officers found nothing excessive in the area. Disp: Cleared.

8:38 am  MALICIOUS DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY:  Officers found the Quad side spot lights knocked off their stands, near the Kellogg Center. Disp: Inactive.

4:15 pm  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  APDS reported they had been called about a vehicle driving on the grass at Wesley Acres and someone was video taping it.  Officers met with ADPS and there were no cars found and the grass did not look disturbed. Disp: Cleared.

6:17 pm  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  A report that there was a loug "pop" noise in the Science Comples computer lab and there was now plastic floating from the ceiling.  Officers found nothing wrong in the lab and it is unknown what happened there. Disp: Cleared.

April 9th

3:50 pm  LARCENY:  A student reported that she had lost her ID card this weekend and someone had used the money that was on it. Disp: Inacitve.

April 11th

1:35 am  SUSPICIOUS PERSON:  Officers observed six males walking towards the Quad, and turning over picnic tables, benches and cement cigarette cans along the way.  The group would not stop for officers, split up and went in different directions.  There was no apparent damage done to any property. Disp: Inactive. 

8:44 am  DAMAGE TO PROPERTY:  Tree limbs fell and broke windows in two vehicles that were parked in Lot 22. Disp: Cleared. 

April 12th

9:49 pm  BURGLARY:  The AXD bar was taken from the Octagon House. Disp: Closed (Administrative). 

April 13th

2:37 am  ASSIST ADPS:  ADPS saw someone looking in a window at Burns Street Apartments.  Officers arrived and found that the man was dating the student who is living there. Disp: Cleared.

7:24 am  MALICIOUS DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY:  Graffitti was found spray painted on various sidewalks, building and signs on campus.Disp: Inactive.

April 14th

1:17 am  ALCOHOL VIOLATION:  Incident occurred in the frat alley. Disp:Closed (Administrative). 

2:26 am  DISTURBANCE:  Officers observed an argument between a guest and an unidentified student in front of Sigma Chi.  The situation was diffused and the problem resolved. Disp: Cleared.

7:05 am  ALCOHOL VIOLATION:  A student was found sleeping in Goodrich Chapel and escorted back to his room in Wesley Hall. Disp: Closed (Administrative).

April 15th

12:55 am  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  A report of student on the roof at the Dow Cetner.  Officers found no one on the roof but they were at the football field.  They complied and left the area. Disp: Cleared.

5:17 pm  BURGLARY:  Items were stolen from two rooms in Delta Sigma Phi.Disp: Inactive.

9:55 pm  DISTURBANCE:  A student reported the sound of fireworks or a single gun shot in the area of Wesley Hall.  Officers arrived in the area along with ADPS.  The area was searched and a walkthrough completed in the building and they were unable to determine where the noise had come from. Disp: Unfounded.

10:17 pm  MALICIOUS DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY:  A student brought a keycard reader/door handle unit into the Campus Safety Office.  He had found it laying  on the ground outside the Mae.  The building was found secure from the outside. Disp: Inactive.

10:44 pm  NOISE COMPLAINT:  A report of numerous people and loud music/singing on the porch of Sigma Chi.  Students were contacted and the music was turned off.  They were advised to keep the noise down and people off the porch for the remainder of the evening.  They complied. Disp: Cleared.

April 16th

12:42 am  DISTURBANCE:  Several callers reported loud noise and possible fighting in Whitehouse Hall.  Officers arrived and the problem was resolved. Disp: Cleared.

1:54 am  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION;  A report of a male and female in the mens shower at Wesley Hall.  Officers found the students in the mens bathroom and they understood that it was not acceptable behavior and that she would not do it again. Disp: Cleared

April 17th

1:37 pm  SUSPICIOUS PERSON:  There were a some non-students shooting baskets in Kresge Gym and they didn't belong in the building.  Officers arrive, spoke with them and they complied and left the building. Disp: Cleared. 

4:35 pm  MALICIOUS DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY:  A student car was keyed while parked in Lot 22. Disp: Inactive 

April 18th

4:29 pm  ASSIST ADPS:  A student was in her car and struck another vheicle while parked on the street in front of Ingham Hall.  City police took the report. Disp: Closed (Criminal).

April 19th

11:55 am  DISTURBANCE:  A report from the Bookstore that a student had hit over a book display.  He wasn't happy about the price to be given for the books he was trying to sell. Disp: Cleared.

April 20th

12:16 am  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  A loud clunking noise was said to be coming from the heating system in the Herrick Center.  Officers arrived and could tell it was coming from the southwest corner.  Once inside the room, the noise stopped and they could not find the problem. Disp: Unfounded. 

9:51 am  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  Tools were found outside the Visual Arts Annex.  There was no one around so Officers put them inside the building. Disp: Cleared. 

April 21st

9:58 pm  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  A student reported that a car ran into a students car in Lot 8, and left in a hurry.  Officers checked the area and found no damage to the vehicle that was described. Disp: Cleared

April 24th

1:02 am  LARCENY FROM MOTOR VEHICLE:  An employees old sweatshirt and lunch were taken from his vehicle, while parked near Facilities. Disp: Inactive.

April 25th

10:20 am  LARCENY:  Strings of lights were taken from the dance studio floor at Kresge Gym. Disp: Unfounded.

April 26th

11:37 am  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  A report of a car alarm that keeps activating in Lot 8.  Officers checked that area and there was no alarm. Disp: Cleared.

111:30 pm  NOISE COMPLAINT:  A city resident reported loud music and yelling at the Octagon House.  Officers talked with the residents and they said they would quiet down.  At 12:15 there was another complaint.  Officers found that residents were making everyone leave the house. Disp: Cleared.

April 27th

12:38 pm  NOISE COMPLAINT:  A city resident reported loud music at the fraternities.  Officers spoke with the occupants at Sigma Nu, Alpha Tau Omega and Delta Sigma Phi about keeping the volume down. Disp: Cleared.

April 28th

12:52 am  LARCENY:  A student reported items missing from her purse while at the Delta Sigma Phi party. Disp: Inactive. 

12:54 am  ALCOHOL VIOLATION:  Intoxicated students were trying to get into the Delta Sigma Phi party. Disp: Closed (Administrative).

12:59 am  ASSAULT AND BATTERY:  A student was seen yelling and threatening people at the Delta Sigma Phi party. Disp: Closed (Administrative).

2:00 am  ILLEGAL DRUG VIOLATION:  Incident occurred at Wesley Hall. Disp: Closed (Administrative).

2:28 am  ALCOHOL VIOLATION:  Incident occurred with a student in frat alley. Disp: Closed (Administrative).

2:41 am  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  Two student were found in the Kellogg Center after closing.  They complied and left the building.Disp: Cleared

4:11 am  ALCOHOL VIOLATION:  ADPS reported an intoxidated student in the front of Delta Sigma Phi.Disp: Closed (Administrative).

4:42 pm  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  A student reported someone had created a fake facebook account in her name.  There was nothing derogatory or false about her on it but ADPS was contacted.  While the student was talking with ADPS the fake page became inaccessible.Disp: Inactive.

11:14 pm  IRRESPONSIBLE STUDENT ACTION:  A report of bottle thrown from a window at Sigma Chi and there is broken glass in the street. Disp: Cleared.

April 30th

2:51 am  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  A report of a possiblity of student of the Dow roof.  Officers found no one on the roof. Disp: Cleared.

9:16 am  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  A drivers door was locked but standing open on a car parked in Lot 23.  The student was emailed to check the vehicle, but everything looked alright. Disp: Unfounded.

 

Disposition Codes:

1.D1 Open Pending: Case is open and pending further follow up or investigation.

2.D2 Closed (Criminal): Case is closed by arrest or the case has been turned over to law enforcement agency.

3.D3 Closed (Administrative): Case is closed and turned over to the college judicial process.

4.D4 Cleared: Case has been investigated and it has been determined that an offense occurred, but the victim does not wish further action be taken or the case has been cleared with no further action required..

5.D5 Unfounded: Case has been investigated and determined to be non-criminal, with no evidence that a crime or policy violation occurred, and no further investigation is needed.

6.D6 Inactive: Case has been investigated but there is not enough information for further action to be taken and no further follow up information is available.

 

MAY 2013

 May 1st

10:45 am  SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE:  A truck was seen near the Nature Center gate on Newburg Road with garbage in the back and they may be waiting to dump it.  Officers checked the area and did not find the vehicle nor any garbage. Disp: Cleared. 

2:30 pm  ASSIST ADPS:  The Nature Center was locked and the campus was advised about a robbery at the Short Stoppe.  Messages were sent to the campus regarding the situation.

8:47 pm  DISTURBANCE:  Officers heard firecrackers coming from the exterior of Alpha Tau Omega.  Officers spoke with several people outside. Disp: Cleared.

10:13 pm  DISTURBANCE:  Loud music was heard coming from Sigma Nu.  Officers spoke with the occupants and they complied and turned down the music. Disp: Cleared.

10:38 pm  NOISE COMPLAINT:  Community member complained about loud music coming from the fraternities.  Officers spoke with members from each fraternity about their music. Disp: Cleared.

10:53 pm  IRRESPONSIBLE STUDENT ACTION:  ADPS witnessed a student throwing glass into the street from Sigma Chi. Disp: Cleared.

May 2nd

9:07 am  LARCENY FROM  MOTOR VEHICLE:  A students purse and GPS were taken from her car while parked in Lot 28. Disp: Inactive.

6:23 pm  NOISE COMPLAINT:  A warning was given to Sigma Chi about their loud music and drinking alcohol on the porch. disp: Cleared.

6:43 pm  SUSPICIOUS PERSON:  A report of two males hitting on and harassing students at the Kellogg Center.  Officers arrived and were told that they had left .  They were later seen on the quad.  Officers spoke with them and they complied and left campus. Disp: Cleared.

7:00 pm  DISTURBANCE:  Several calls from Trine parents at the LACP about loud music and behavior of the fraternities. Disp: Cleared.

10:00 pm  IRRESPONSIBLE STUDENT ACTION:  A series of noise complaintes were made againt a fraternitiey with no noise detected in the area.  Officers were able to determine that some of the calls were made by another fraternity and they were identified. Disp: Closed (Administrative). 

11:45 pm  ASSIST ADPS:  ADPS notified Campus Safety that they had information about a group of subjects who were planning on possibly breaking into cars this evening.  Extra police came to the area to find the subjects and to do extra patrols.  Campus Safety did constant lot checks and monitored the lot cameras.  No suspicious activity was detected.  At 2:45 ADPS advised that the individuals were located and no crimes had been committed.  Campus Safety resumed normal patrols. Disp: Unfounded.

May 3rd

12:33 am  NOISE COMPLAINT:  A city resident reported very loud noise at Sigma Chi.  Officers attended to the matter. Disp: Cleared.

1:45 am  ALCOHOL VIOLATION: Incident occurred at Whitehouse Hall. Disp: Closed (Administrative).

3:05 pm  SUSPICIOUS PERSON:  A report of a man hanging posters about a book buy back was on campus, near the Kellogg Center  The posters had been taken down.  Officers checked the quad area and there was no one found as described.Disp: Cleared.

3:30 pm  SUSPICIOUS PERSON:  A report that the man from Buy Back Books was handing out flyers to students.  Officers said the van had left the campus and was at a nearby park. Disp: Cleared.

8:13 pm  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  Two brit bikes were reported stolen from the front of Wesley Hall.  As Officers were speaking with the two students, two other student came riding the bikes back and returned them.  The bikes had been taken as a joke. Disp: Unfounded.

7:38 pm  MALICIOUS DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY:  The lock on a room door in Whitehouse Hall had been glued shut. Disp: Inactive.

11:27 pm  NOISE COMPLAINT:  A report of loud noise at #1 The Mae.  Officers spoke with the resident and they complied and turn down the noise. Disp: Cleared.

May 5th

1:11 am  REQUESTED TO LEAVE CAMPUS/BARRED:  There was an older man trying to get into Sigma Nu.  Officers arrived and found him in front of Alpha Tau Omega.  Students said he was asking for money.  He complied and left campus.Disp: Cleared.

10:47 am  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  The cook from Sigma Chi needed to talk with someone about missing styrofoam cups, taken from the kitchen. Disp: Unfounded.

11:15 am  REQUESTED TO LEAVE CAMPUS/BARRED:  There was someone going through the dumpster at Sigma Chi.  Officers spoke with him and he complied and left campus.Disp: Cleared.

May 7th

9:16 pm  NOISE COMPLAINT:  The Fraternities were warned of their music levels and reminded them all that it is still quiet hours. Disp: Cleared.

May 8th

1:52 am  SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE:  A van was sitting in Lot 18 with the motor running, for quite awhile, with someone in it.  Officers arrived and found that a student was waiting for someone but has decided to leave. Disp: unfounded.

9:32 am  MALICIOUS DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY:  Officers found a window broken at Sigma Nu. Disp: Inactive.

7:43 pm  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  A report of people in the Dow pool after is was closed.  Officers found a swim coach and some athletes in the pool.  The coach was asked to notify Campus Safety if someone is to be there after hours. Disp: Unfounded.

May 9th

3:07 pm  ILLEGAL DRUG VIOLATION:   A report of  the possible smell of marijuana in Whitehouse Hall.  Officers arrived but the room was empty and the occupants had moved out.  There is no smell in the room but there is in the hall.  Officers were unable to determine where the smell is coming from. Disp: Cleared.

May 11th

2:43 am  MALICIOUS DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY:  A broken window was found at Sigma Nu.Disp: Inactive.

10:17 am  MALICIOUS DESTRUCTION OR PROPERTY:  There were two broken windows at Delta Sigma Phi.Disp: Inactive.

3:32 pm  SUSPICIOUS PERSON:  A city resident reported someone behind Mitchell Towers near the dumpster.  Officers found that he was dumpster diving.  He complied and left campus. Disp: Cleared.

May 13th

2:56 pm  DAMAGE TO PROPERTY:  Officers found a broken window at the Old Catholic Church. Disp: Inactive.

May 15th

3:28 pm  DAMAGE TO PROPERTY:  A tree fell on a car in Lot 18.  The windshield was cracked. Disp: Cleared.

May 23rd

6:26 am  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  Someone was trying to get into the Ferguson computer lab but his card would not work.  It was confirmed that he is an employee and could be let in. Disp: Unfounded.

May 28th

1::29 pm  SUSPICIOUS PERSON:  A resident reported someone using a metal detector in Wesley Acres.  Officers arrived and identified him.  He was not damaging any property. Disp: Unfounded.

May 30th

1:17 am  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  A student reported loud noise and someone knocking on the door and Burns Street Apartments..  Officers arrived and checked the building.  There was no one located and everything was alright. disp: Cleared.

5:24 pm  SUSPICIOUS PERSON:  The Dow desk worker said there was a suspicious person on the basketball courts.  The person had been turned away but had snuck into a back door.  Officers arrived and the individuals complied and left. 

 

Disposition Codes:

1.D1 Open Pending: Case is open and pending further follow up or investigation.

2.D2 Closed (Criminal): Case is closed by arrest or the case has been turned over to law enforcement agency.

3.D3 Closed (Administrative): Case is closed and turned over to the college judicial process.

4.D4 Cleared: Case has been investigated and it has been determined that an offense occurred, but the victim does not wish further action be taken or the case has been cleared with no further action required..

5.D5 Unfounded: Case has been investigated and determined to be non-criminal, with no evidence that a crime or policy violation occurred, and no further investigation is needed.

6.D6 Inactive: Case has been investigated but there is not enough information for further action to be taken and no further follow up information is available.

 

JUNE 2013

June 1st

4:34 am  MALICIOUS DESTRUCTION TO PROPERTY:  Officers found a broken window at Sigma Chi Fraternity. Disp: Inactive.

June 4th

8:21 am  ASSIST ADPS:  A staff member reported a laptop stolen from his vehicle while parked on Orchard Drive last night, 6/3/13. Disp: Closed (Criminal).

1:35 pm  LARCENY FROM MOTOR VEHICLE:  Students reported items missing from their vehicles while parked in Lot 28. Disp: inactive.

5:29 pm SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  A report of blankets, pillows, and clothes laying in the middle of the Nature Center bridge with individuals laying in hammocks further down the trail. Officers found the items, but no individuals. Items left for later retrieval. Disp; Unfounded.

5:42 pm  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  A student reported being approached by an individual in a vehicle who propositioned her on Michigan Ave. Student continued to Putnam Hall where officers met with her. Disp: Cleared.

June 2nd

12:22 am  NOISE COMPLAINT:  Loud noise reported at Munger Apartments. Officers spoke with apartment residents, who agreed to keep the noise down. disp: Cleared.

June 6th

2:00 pm  LARCENY FROM MOTOR VEHICLE:  Student reported her wallet missing from her vehicle. Disp: Inactive.

June 8th

6:48 pm  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  A report of an individual loading building material into her vehicle from behind Baldwin Hall in the construction zone. Individual drove away before contact, but looks as though they were removing items from the rear dumpster. Disp: Cleared. 

June 16th

9:20 pm  SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE:  Suspicious vehicle parked at the Equestrian Center. Officers monitored the area, no suspicious activity was observed. Disp: Cleared.

June 18th

7:30 pm  SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE:  Report of a suspicious vehicle parked at the Equestrian Center. Report was cancelled soon after after owner was found. Disp: Unfounded.

June 20th

8:33 pm  SUSPICIOUS PERSON:  Individuals viewed on security footage were acting odd at the Dow Center. Officers identified individuals as college employees. Disp: Unfounded.

June 21st

9:08 pm  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  ADPS advised a 911 call was placed near the Herrick/Dow Center via GPS tracking. Officers exterior checks and walkthroughs of both buildings, nothing suspicious observed. Disp: Cleared.

9:43 pm  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  Officers noticed lights on in the Mae Apartments. Food and blankets found inside the open aparment, but no individuals were around. Apartment was secured. Disp: Cleared.

June 23rd

3:00 pm  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  Caller reported hearing what sounded like a gunshot from around the Nature Center area. ADPS was advised and spoke with the caller. Officers checked the surrounding areas, no individuals were found. Disp: Cleared. 

7:05 pm  ASSIST ADPS:  A dog was reported tangled in the Dow Center soccer nets. Officers assisted with the dog release. Disp: Cleared.

June 25th

9:45 am  ASSIST ADPS:  ADPS reported student owned vehicle had been parked in an unusual location for a few days. Student was contacted and moved vehicle. Disp: Cleared.

 

Disposition Codes:

1.D1 Open Pending: Case is open and pending further follow up or investigation.

2.D2 Closed (Criminal): Case is closed by arrest or the case has been turned over to law enforcement agency.

3.D3 Closed (Administrative): Case is closed and turned over to the college judicial process.

4.D4 Cleared: Case has been investigated and it has been determined that an offense occurred, but the victim does not wish further action be taken or the case has been cleared with no further action required..

5.D5 Unfounded: Case has been investigated and determined to be non-criminal, with no evidence that a crime or policy violation occurred, and no further investigation is needed.

6.D6 Inactive: Case has been investigated but there is not enough information for further action to be taken and no further follow up information is available.

 

JULY 2013

July 8th

11:55 am  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  A 911 call was recieved from a Campus Emergency phone located in Kresge Gym. Officers found the doors propped and a child inside who denied touching the phone. A walkthrough of Kresge Gym was completed, building secure. Disp: Cleared. 

July 11th

12:28 pm  LARCENY:  Three Trek Mountain bikes were reported to be missing from in front of the Kellogg Center. Disp: Inactive.

3:27 pm  MALICIOUS DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY:  Paint was found spilled in the basement of the Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity bathroom. Disp: Inactive.

5:42 pm  SUSPICIOUS PERSON:  A campus employee reported an individual walking outside the Wellness Depot and the Grounds Building. Officers arrived and found he was meeting with a staff member from Grounds. Disp: Unfounded.

July 12th

2:19 pm  SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE:  A suspicious vehicle was parked in Lot 2 with an individual yelling inside the car. The vehicle left before officers could arrive.Disp: Cleared.

July 19th

6:15 am  ASSIST ADPS:  Central Dispatch advised the Barnes and Nobles Bookstore in the Kellogg Center, motion alarm had been tripped. ADPS and campus Officers met at the Kellogg Center. Dispatch advised the alarm company had cancelled the alarm soon after. Disp: Cleared.

July 20th

1:50 am  DAMAGE TO PROPERTY:  A report was placed for a hood vent had blown off the Munger Apartments building and landed on a vehicle in the parking lot. Officers determined there was no damage to the parked car. Disp: Cleared.

July 26th

7:51 pm  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION: A college employee was approached by individuals who claimed to have been yelled at by four juviniles while walking on the Dow Center track. The staff member had spoken with the four individuals who said they did not mean to alarm anyone. They left the Dow Center before officers arrived. Disp: Cleared. 

July 27th

8:15 pm  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  A report was made about individuals mooning people attending a symposium in the Science Center Atrium. Officers checked the area but did not locate anyone. Disp: Cleared.

 

Disposition Codes:

1.D1 Open Pending: Case is open and pending further follow up or investigation.

2.D2 Closed (Criminal): Case is closed by arrest or the case has been turned over to law enforcement agency.

3.D3 Closed (Administrative): Case is closed and turned over to the college judicial process.

4.D4 Cleared: Case has been investigated and it has been determined that an offense occurred, but the victim does not wish further action be taken or the case has been cleared with no further action required..

5.D5 Unfounded: Case has been investigated and determined to be non-criminal, with no evidence that a crime or policy violation occurred, and no further investigation is needed.

6.D6 Inactive: Case has been investigated but there is not enough information for further action to be taken and no further follow up information is available.

 

AUGUST 2013

August 5th

10:58 pm  SUSPICIOUS PERSON: A report was made about a suspicious vehicle parked in Fraternity Alley and the individual enter Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity. Officers found the individual had permission to access to the building. Disp: Unfounded.

August 12th

1:15 pm  LARCENY:  An employee reported Brit Bikes missing from the Kellogg Center bike rack. Disp: Inactive. 

August 13th

1:00 am  MALICIOUS DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY:  An employee reported a broken window that the Honors Observatory. Disp: Inactive.

1:41 am  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  Workers at the Dow Center reported hearing footsteps on the roof, followed by tugging on the doors outside the concourse. Officers were unable to locate anyone. Disp: Cleared.

August 14th

5:41 pm  VEHICLE ACCIDENT:  A visitor backed into an employee vehicle in Lot 18. Disp: Cleared.

August 17th

11:26 am  SUSPICIOUS PERSON: A report was made of an individual stumbling outside of Wesley Hall, continuing towards the Junior High Building. Officers completed a check of Wesley Hall and the Junior High, no one was found in the area. Disp: Cleared.

August 23rd

11:01 pm  MALICIOUS ALARM ACTIVATION:  Incident occured at Sigma Chi Fraternity. Disp: Inactive.

August 24th

12:50 am  NOISE COMPLAINT:  A city resident reported fireworks being discharged near the fraternities. Officers were unable to locate anyone in the area. Disp: Cleared.

2:16 am  ALCOHOL VIOLATION:  Incident occured at Wesley Hall. Disp: Closed (Administrative).

2:46 am SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  A report of bottles being thrown and shattering in the area of Erie Street and Darrow Street. Officers checked the area but did no find anyone. Disp: Cleared.

10:01 pm  NOISE COMPLAINT:  A student reported loud children near the entrance of Wesley Hall. Officers spoke with the youth and were sent home. Disp: Cleared.

August 25th

12:45 pm  LARCENY: A student reported her car radio and camera were taken from inside her vehicle parked in Lot 8. Disp: Inactive.

August 27th

10:08 pm  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION: A student reported recieving scam email. Officers advised her not to respond. Disp: Cleared.

August 28th

4:36 pm  DAMAGE TO PROPERTY:  A student reported a tree branch had fallen on her car and broke her windshield in lot 16. Disp: Cleared.

August 31

1:21 am  ALCOHOL VIOLATION:  Incident occured near 1000 Porter Street Annex. Disp: Closed (Administrative).

 

Disposition Codes:

1.D1 Open Pending: Case is open and pending further follow up or investigation.

2.D2 Closed (Criminal): Case is closed by arrest or the case has been turned over to law enforcement agency.

3.D3 Closed (Administrative): Case is closed and turned over to the college judicial process.

4.D4 Cleared: Case has been investigated and it has been determined that an offense occurred, but the victim does not wish further action be taken or the case has been cleared with no further action required..

5.D5 Unfounded: Case has been investigated and determined to be non-criminal, with no evidence that a crime or policy violation occurred, and no further investigation is needed.

6.D6 Inactive: Case has been investigated but there is not enough information for further action to be taken and no further follow up information is available.

 

SEPTEMBER 2013

September 1st

12:54 am  ALCOHOL VIOLATION:  Incident occured on Erie Street near the railroad tracks. Disp: Closed (Administrative).

12:58 am  NOISE COMPLAINT:  ADPS reported loud students at 507 Erie Street Annex. Officers spoke to residents outside the annex that complied and returned inside.Disp: Cleared.

September 4th

11:10 pm  LARCENY:  A student reported his backpack missing from the Quad. The backpack was placed in Lost and Found at Baldwin Hall by an employee and returned to him the next day. Disp: Unfounded.

11:26 pm  ILLEGAL DRUG VIOLATION:  Incident occured at Mitchell Towers. Disp: Closed (Administrative).

September 5th

12:01 am  NOISE COMPLAINT: A report was made about loud student and bottles breaking at 507 Erie Street Annex. Officers spoke with the annex residents, who had asked the loud individual to leave before arrival. Disp: Cleared.

September 6th

10:25 pm  SUSPICIOUS PERSON:  A report of an individual looking into car windows in Lot 8. Officers were unable to locate anyone with the given description. Disp: Cleared.

11:01 pm  ALCOHOL VIOLATION:  Incident occured in Fraternity Alley. Disp; Closed (Administrative)

September 7th

12:40 am  ASSIST ADPS: ADPS was notified by a non-student staying on campus of a personal health & safety concern involving a non-student off campus. Disp: Closed (Criminal)

11:45 pm  ALCOHOL VIOLATION:  Incident occured in Fraternity Alley. Disp: Closed (Administrative).

11:52 pm  ALCOHOL VIOLATION:  Incident occured near intersection of Hannah Street and Erie Street. Disp: Closed (Adminstirative). 

September 8th 

12:48 am  ALCOHOL VIOLATION:  Incidnent occured near Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity. Disp: Closed (Criminal).

September 10th

4:01 pm  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  A report was made of two females asking for money between Ingham and Hannah Street along Michigan Ave. Officers advised the women there was no solicitating on Albion College property. Disp: Cleared.

10:52 pm LARCENY:  A student repeorted her laptop had been stolen from her room at Wesley Hall. Disp: Inactive.

September 11th

4:30 pm  ASSIST ADPS:  A student came to the Campus Safety office to speak with an ADPS officer. Disp: Closed (Criminal).

4:45 pm  POWER OUTAGE:  A severe microburst storm caused the entire campus to lose power. Disp: Cleared.

5:19 pm  DAMAGE TO PROPERTY:  A student reported a tree branch fell on her car and smashed the roof and back window of the vehicle parked on Oswego Street. Disp: Cleared.

5:44 pm  DAMAGE TO PROPERTY: A student reported a tree fell on his vehicle parked on Cass Street. Disp: Cleared.

11:59 pm  IRRESPONSIBLE STUDENT ACTION:  Officers observed a student carrying flares from the roadblock near Hannah and Erie Streets. Disp: Closed (Administrative). 

September 12th

12:30 am  ASSIST ADPS:  An officer reported a flare had caught a roadblock on fire. Disp: Cleared.

12:56 am  ASSIST ADPS:  Officers advised ADPS that power line wires were sparking and catching small leaves on fire near Cass and Park Streets. Disp: Cleared.

September 18th

1:35 am  SUSPICIOUS PERSON:  A man was reported to be pulling on the doors of Goodrich Chapel and ran onto the Quad when he was seen. Officers were unable to locate the individual. Disp: Cleared. 

September 19th

5:30 pm  SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE:  A student reported a vehicle doing doughnuts in Wesley Acres. The vehicle was gone when officers arrived. Disp: Cleared.

September 20th

2:46 am  NOISE COMPLAINT:  A report of loud music at TKE fraternity. Officers talked to the residents, who complied and turned the music down. Disp: Cleared.

September 21st

2:11 am  MALICIOUS ALARM ACTIVATION:  Incident occured at Wesley Hall. Disp: Inactive.

2:22 am  ALCOHOL VIOLATION:  Incident occured at Delta Tau Delta. Disp: Closed (Administrative).

12:34 pm  LARCENY:  A student reported items were stolen from his room in Delta Tau Delta. Disp: Closed (Criminal)

September 22nd

9:26 am  ASSIST ADPS:  A stolen bike was recovered behind Tau Kappa Alpha. Disp: Closed (Criminal). 

1:58 pm  MALICIOUS DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY:  A student reported damage to their vehicle while parked on Porter Street. Disp: Inactive.

September 23rd

11:45 pm  ILLEGAL DRUG VIOLATION:  Incident occured at Mitchell Towers. Disp: Closed (Administrative). 

September 24th

11:50 pm  ILLEGAL DRUG VIOLATION:  A reported smell of marijuana in Whitehouse Hall. Disp: Inactive

September 26th

11:24  ILLEGAL DRUG VIOLATION:  A reported smell of marijuana in Wesley Hall. Disp: Inactive

September 27th

12:45 am  ASSIST ADPS:  ADPS requested the help of Campus Safety to find a college aged individual who ran from them on Mingo Street. The subject was not located. disp: Closed (Criminal).

6:58 am  DAMAGE TO PROPERTY:  A sculpture near the Visual Arts Building appeared to be damaged. Disp: Inactive. 

6:33 pm  NOISE COMPLAINT:  A report was made of loud music at Delta Sigma Phi fraternity. Officers spoke with residents who complied and turned down the music.Disp: Cleared.

September 28th

3:37 am  DISTURBANCE:  A report was made of two individuals yelling on the front porch of Delta Tau Delta. Officers spoke to the students who quieted down. Disp: Cleared.

September 30th

12:12 am  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  Officers reported a large group of students on the football field who ran when Campus Safety vehicles drove by. Disp: Cleared.

4:40 pm  ILLEGAL DRUG VIOLATION:  The smell of marijuana was reported in Wesley Hall. Disp: Inactive

 

Disposition Codes:

1.D1 Open Pending: Case is open and pending further follow up or investigation.

2.D2 Closed (Criminal): Case is closed by arrest or the case has been turned over to law enforcement agency.

3.D3 Closed (Administrative): Case is closed and turned over to the college judicial process.

4.D4 Cleared: Case has been investigated and it has been determined that an offense occurred, but the victim does not wish further action be taken or the case has been cleared with no further action required..

5.D5 Unfounded: Case has been investigated and determined to be non-criminal, with no evidence that a crime or policy violation occurred, and no further investigation is needed.

6.D6 Inactive: Case has been investigated but there is not enough information for further action to be taken and no further follow up information is available.

 

OCTOBER 2013

October 1st

11:47 pm  SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE:  A student reported a vehicle playing loud music in lot 18. Disp: Cleared

October 2nd

5:11 pm  LARCENY:  A student reported that money may be missing from her BritonBucks account. Disp: Unfounded.

October 3rd

5:10 pm  DAMAGE TO PROPERTY:  A student reported damage to his vehicle from the September 11th storm. Disp: Cleared.

October 5th

12:01 am  MALICIOUS ALARM ACTIVATION:  Incident occured at Sigma Chi. Disp: Cleared.

12:55 am  MALICIOUS ALARM ACTIVATION:  Incident occured at Sigma Chi. Disp: Cleared.

October 6th

12:20 am  REQUESTED TO LEAVE CAMPUS/BARRED:  A report was made that two unknown male individuals were refusing to leave Sigma Chi. Officers arrived, identified them and asked them to leave campus. They complied, but were then observed a short time later back on campus on the porch of Sigma Nu. Officers asked them to leave campus again and were advised they would be barred if seen again. The two males were later seen again at Sigma Chi. ADPS was called. The two men were barred from campus. Disp: Cleared (Criminal).

2:22 am  LARCENY:  A report was made that the 'E' off of Tau Kappa Epsilon building was missing. The letter was found and returned. Disp: Inactive

October 7th

3:38 pm  LARCENY: A report of missing books from the Library or Sigma Chi. Disp: Inactive.

October 9th

12:50 pm  LARCENY:  A student reported her parking permit missing from her vehicle in lot 8. Disp: Inactive

7:14 pm  LARCENY:  A student reported the seat missing from her bike locked at Wesley Hall. Disp: Inactive

October 10th

12:30 pm SEXUAL ASSAULT:  Incident occurrred in a Residence Hall.

October 11th

7:53 pm  NOISE COMPLAINT:  A city resident reported loud music coming from the Fraternity area of campus. Officers spoke with individuals at the Dow Center, where an event was being held, and requested they turn the music down. Disp: Cleared.

8:29 pm  NOISE COMPLAINT:  A city resident reported loud music at Brition Apartments. The resident was advised it was coming from a student function at the Dow Center and would be ending at 9pm. Disp: Cleared.

October 12th

1:04 am  REQUESTED TO LEAVE CAMPUS/BARRED:  A student reported an individual barred from campus last weekend was back wandering around the fraternities. Officers spoke with the individual on the corner of Hannah and Erie Streets. ADPS was contacted. Disp: Closed (Criminal).

7:40 am  LARCENY:  An employee reported homecoming banners stolen from outside Robinson Hall. disp: Inactive.

6:59 pm  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  Campus Safety received several phone calls from the outside phone on the 501 Michigan Annex where voices could be heard, but no one would speak back. Campus Safety dispatchers called back the outside phone and a female answered then hung up. Officers completed an exterior check of the residence, no one was found. Disp: Cleared.

10:59 pm  REQUESTED TO LEAVE CAMPUS/BARRED:  Officers requested ADPS to bar a non-student at 1000 Porter Street.Disp:Closed (Criminal). 

11:27 pm  DISTURBANCE:  A student reported two individuals yelling outside North Mitchell Towers. Officers responded but were unable to locate any upset individuals. Another student walking by reported, the two individuals entered Mitchell Towers and separated from there. Disp: Cleared. 

October 13th

12:06 am  ALCOHOL VIOLATION:  Incident ocured at Wesley Hall. Disp: Closed (Administrative). 

1:55 am  REQUESTED TO LEAVE CAMPUS/BARRED:  Officers asked for ADPS to respond to Lot 22 for an individual that had been barred earlier in the night and was back at the fraternities. Disp: Closed (Criminal).

2:21 am  ALCOHOL VIOLATION:  Incident ocured at Wesley Hall.Disp: Closed (Administrative).

9:31 am  SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE:  An unknown vehicle was parked in the 711 Michigan Annex. Disp: Cleared.

10:35 am  LARCENY:  A student reported his laptop stolen from his room at Alpha Tau Omega. Disp: Inactive.

10:32 pm  ILLEGAL DRUG VIOLATION: Incident ocured at Whitehouse Hall. Closed (Administrative).

October 17th

9:10 am  LARCENY:  Employees reported three Albion College banners missing from in front of Vulgamore Hall and near the college rock on the Quad. disp: Inactive.

October 23rd

9:00 am  MALICIOUS DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY: Fencing around lot 28 damaged from a vehicle running into it. Disp: Inactive

7:42 pm  ILLEGAL DRUG VIOLATION:  The smell of marijuana was reported in Wesley Hall. Disp: Cleared.

October 24th

4:10 pm  LARCENY:  A student reported her ring missing from her bag at the Dow Center. Disp: Inactive.

7:39 pm  SUSPICIOUS PERSON:  A student reported a male outside the Library looking in the windows. Officers responded and did not find anyone looking in windows, but spoke with a man of similar description emptying the sprinkler lines outside the building for the winter months. Disp: Unfounded.

October 25th

8:40 am  ASSIST ADPS:  An accident occured in the intersection of Hannah and Cass Streets. ADPS Central Dispatch was advised. There were no injuries. Disp: Closed (Criminal).

5:48 pm  LARCENY:  An employee reported a student stealing a 5 gallon bucket of ice cream from Baldwin Hall. Disp: Cleared (Administrative).

October 26th

7:10 am  LARCENY:  An employee reported food was missing from the Mitchell Towers community refridgerator and had been thrown all over the basement kitchen and throughout the stairwell. Disp: Inactive.

7:10 pm  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION: A student reproted her keys stolen out of her door at Wesley Hall. The next day, the same student reported a friend had taken them out of the door for safe keeping. The keys were returned. Disp: Unfounded.

11:26 pm  FIRE EXTINGUISHER/MALICIOUS DISCHARGE:  Incident occured in Fraternity Alley. Disp: Closed (Administrative).

October 27th

12:08 am  ALCOHOL VIOLATION:  Incident occured outside Sigma Nu fraternity. Disp: Closed (administrative).

12:53  am  DISTURBANCE:  A report of a person throwing bottles into the street from the TKE fraternity porch. Officers spoke with residents who stated the individual had left. disp: cleared.

October 29th

3:50 pm  SUSPICIOUS PERSON:  An employee reported two men were in the dumpsters by the Kellogg Center loading dock. Officers responded and advised the men to leave. Disp: Cleared.

 

1.D1 Open Pending: Case is open and pending further followup or investigation.

2.D2 Closed (Criminal): Case is closed by arrest or the case has been turned over to law enforcement agency.

3.D3 Closed (Administrative): Case is closed and turned over to the college judicial process.

4.D4 Cleared: Case has been investigated and it has been determined that an offense occurred, but the victim does not wish further action be taken or the case has been cleared with no further action required..

5.D5 Unfounded: Case has been investigated and determined to be non-criminal, with no evidence that a crime or policy violation occurred, and no further investigation is needed.

6.D6 Inactive: Case has been investigated but there is not enough information for further action to be taken and no further follow up information is available.

 

NOVEMBER 2013

November 1st

2:11 am  ALCOHOL VIOLATION:  Incident occured at Wesley Hall. Disp: Closed (Administrative).

November 2nd

6:27 pm  ILLEGAL DRUG VIOLATION:  A report was made about a marijuana odor in Wesley Hall. Officers were unable to determine the exact location. Disp: Cleared.

10:07 pm ILLEGAL DRUG VIOLATION: A report was made about marijuana odor in Wesley Hall. Officers were unable to locate the source. Disp: Cleared.

11:11 pm  ALCOHOL VIOLATION:  Incident occured at Delta Tau Delta fraternity. Disp: Closed (Administrative).

November 3rd

12:43 am  FIGHT:  Incident occured in fraternity alley.Disp:Closed (Administrative).

3:19 am  LARCENY:  The 'Lot 11 Staff Parking Only' sign was reported missing. Disp: Inactive.

November 6th

10:06 am  ILLEGAL DRUG VIOLATION:  Incident occured at Wesley Hall. disp: closed (Administrative).

10:10 am  ILLEGAL DRUG VIOLATION:  Incident occured at Fiske Annex.disp: Closed (Administrative0.

1:57 pm  SUSPICIOUS PERSON:  An employee reported a man who appeared to have firearms walking across campus. Officers found the individual and determined he was a giving a presentation on World War II for a proffessor on campus.Disp: Unfounded.

9:05 pm  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  Residents reported a bat-like noise above their ceiling in Whitehouse Hall. Officers responded, but the noise had stopped. Disp: Cleared.

November 6th

1:35 am  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  A suspicious call came into Campus Safety advising three pizzas were on their way to campus but the credit card had been declined. The call was placed from a local business and was advised of the prank call later that morning. Disp: Cleared.

4:23 pm  DAMAGE TO PROPERTY:  An employee reported seeing a tree fall onto vehicles in Lot 2. Disp: Cleared.

10:49 pm  SMOKE/ODOR INVESTIGATION:  A marijuana odor was reported in Wesley Hall. Disp: Cleared.

11:16 pm  SUSPICIOUS PERSON:  A city resident reported two loud and intoxicated individuals walking down Burns Street who continued on towards Mitchell Towers. Officers responded to the Lot 8 area to find ADPS already speaking with the two individuals, whom were non-students. Disp: Closed (Criminal).

November 8th

10:34 pm  MALICIOUS DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY:  A student reported graffiti on a wall in Wesley Hall. Disp: Inactive.

November 9th

1:33 am  SMOKE/ODOR INVESTIGATION:  A student reported a 'natural gas' like smell when walking past the Science Complex. Officers advised the smell could not be located. Disp: Cleared.

November 12th

1:22 am  ILLEGAL DRUG VIOLATION:  Incident occured in Wesley Hall. Unable to locate the source Disp: Cleared.

November 13th

12:36 am  ILLEGAL DRUG VIOLATION:  Incident occured at Wesley Hall. Disp: Closed (Administrative).

12:56 am  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  College employees reported someone on the second floor of Robinson Hall. Officers completed a walkthrough and did not find anyone in the building. Disp: Cleared.

4:28 pm  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  A faculty member reported their ipad missing. It was found the next day. Disp: Unfounded.

4:45 pm  HARASSMENT:  A student reported being harassed by her ex-boyfriends mother. Disp: Cleared.

5:03 pm  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  A student reported leaving his backpack in Baldwin Hall last night and was unable to locate it today. The bag was returned by a teammate who found it left in the cafeteria.Disp: Cleared.

November 14th

4:21 pm  ASSIST ADPS:  Campus Safety officers assisted ADPS with a student who reported her car window broken while parked on Huron Street. Disp: Closed (Criminal).

November 15th

1:27 am  ASSIST ADPS:  ADPS contacted requesting a message be delivered to ABM Cleaning personnel. Disp: Cleared.

November 17th

12:24 am  MALICIOUS DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY:  A student reported that his vehicle had been egged. Disp: Inactive.

6:50 pm  POWER OUTAGE:  College guests reported the power was out because of a storm at the Haven Guest House. Lanterns were delivered to the guests, who were later moved to Bellemont Manor. Disp: Cleared.

November 19th

1:35 pm  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  An employee reported a fire extinguisher missing from Wesley Hall, where one had been present earlier in the day. The extinguisher was replaced and the old one was found. Disp: Cleared. 

3:25 pm  ROBBERY:  A report was made that there was a fight about to break out at the Dow Center over a stolen cell phone. The cell phone owner, who is also a studnt, was assulted by the two non-students while trying to retrieve his phone. ADPS was contacted and responded to the Dow Center; the two subjects were arrested. Disp: Closed (Criminal).

November 20th

12:11 pm  LARCENY:  A student reported the utility door missing off the basement hinges at Sigma Nu fraternity. Disp: Inactive

12:35 pm  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  A student reported individuals in Frat Alley taking old bed posts from around the dumpsters. Disp: Cleared.

November 22nd

10:05 pm  ILLEGAL DRUG VIOLATION:  A marijuana smell was reported in Wesley Hall. Officers were unable to locate the source. disp: Cleared.

11:27 pm  NOISE COMPLAINT:  A report was made of loud music coming from Mae Apartment 2. Officers spoke with residents and they agreed to turn down the music. Disp: Cleared.

November 23rd

1:07 am  NOISE COMPLAINT:  A noise complaint was reported coming from Mae Apartment 2. Officers did not hear any music on arrival and completed an exterior check of the building. Disp: Cleared.

1:55 am  MALICIOUS ALARM ACTIVATION:  Incident occured at Sigma Nu. Disp: Inactive.

9:45 am  SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE:  Officers spotted a vehicle parked in an unoccupied student annex driveway. A walkthrough of the building was completed and found members of the college inside with a guide as part of an Albion College tour. disp: Unfounded.

November 24th

12:01 am  ILLEGAL DRUG VIOLATION:  The smell of marijuana was reported at Mitchell Towers.Disp: Closed (Administrative).

12:46 am  ALCOHOL VIOLATION:  Incident occured in Lot 14. Disp: Closed (Administrative)

1:06 am  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  A report was made of students arguing in the Wesley parking lot, Lot 1 and one student driving off in their vehicle.Disp: Closed (Administrative).

2:20 am  ILLEGAL DRUG VIOLATION:  The smell of marijuana was reported in a stairwell at Wesley Hall. Disp: Closed (Administrative).

November 26th

10:53 am  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  A report was made of marijuana found in a Wesley Hall dorm room. Officers determined it was part of a situation already being dealt with from a previous night. Disp: Cleared.

November 30th

10:49 am  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  A student reported his GPS missing from inside his vehicle parked in lot 12. Disp: Inactive.

 

Disposition Codes:

1.D1 Open Pending: Case is open and pending further follow up or investigation.

2.D2 Closed (Criminal): Case is closed by arrest or the case has been turned over to law enforcement agency.

3.D3 Closed (Administrative): Case is closed and turned over to the college judicial process.

4.D4 Cleared: Case has been investigated and it has been determined that an offense occurred, but the victim does not wish further action be taken or the case has been cleared with no further action required.

5.D5 Unfounded: Case has been investigated and determined to be non-criminal, with no evidence that a crime or policy violation occurred, and no further investigation is needed .

6.D6 Inactive: Case has been investigated but there is not enough information for further action to be taken and no suspects or further follow up information is available.

 

DECEMBER 2013

December 3rd

9:52 pm  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  A report was made of a student behind Wesley Hall smoking marijuana. Officers spoke with a student behind Wesley who had been smoking a cigarettes, but no sign or smell of marijuana. Disp: Cleared.

December 5th

10:39 pm  LARCENY:  A student reported a gift card missing from her wallet after picking it up from Lost & Found. Disp: Inactive.

11:36 pm  NOISE COMPLAINT:  A report of loud music coming from the upstairs of 1224 Burns Apartments. The building was quiet upon officer arrival. Disp: Cleared.

December 6th

3:56 pm  DIVERSITY/DISCRIMINATION:  A report was made about graffiti containing a racial slur on a sign outside of the Baldwin Hall loading dock. Disp: Inactive

December 7th

6:10 pm  SUSPICIOUS PERSON:  A report was made of a bicycler acting suspiciously near Briton Apartments. Officers responded but did not find anyone in the area. Disp: Cleared.

December 12th

12:05 am  NOISE COMPLAINT:  A report was made of loud students in the Science Complex distrupting others. Officers resolved the problem. Disp: Cleared. 

8:27 am  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  Staff members reported a white dog tied to a tree outside of Vulgamore Hall. Officers were unable to locate the dog upon arrival. Disp: Cleared.

2:25 pm  LARCENY:  A student reported a book stolen from Sigma Chi, incident occuring on Monday evening 12/9/13. Disp: Inactive

7:36 pm  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  Incident occured at Wesley Hall, determined to be a nicotine product. Disp: Unfounded

10:00 pm  SMOKE/ODOR INVESTIGATION:  A report of a 'gas' smell coming from the fireplace of Sigma Nu. Officers responded and turned off the gas to the fireplace. Disp: Cleared.

11:56 pm  SUSPICIOUS SITUATION:  ADPS advised  they had received a call concerning a blinking light on the Tennis Center building. Officers were unable to find a blinking light, but thought it could be the emergency phone which turns on and off periodically. disp: Cleared.

December 18th

8:47 am  SUSPICIOUS PERSON:  An employee reported an individual sleeping in his vehicle parked in lot 18. Officers spoke with the person in the car who advised he was napping before a meeting in the Ferguson Building. Disp: Cleared.

11:00 pm  SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE:  A student reported an unrecognized vehicle running in parking lot 2 with someone sitting inside. Officers spoke with the vehicle owner who is a new employee at the college. Disp: Cleared.

December 29th

4:21 pm  LARCENY:  A reported cell phone was stolen from Kresge Gym. Disp: Closed (Administrative).

4:41 pm  PARKING COMPLAINT:  A student permitted vehicle was reported to have been parked in employee parking for an extended amount of time. Vehicle owner was advised. Disp: Cleared.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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