Campus Crime

Crime reports from around campus.

On Tuesday, Feb. 9 a student filed a report about getting struck by a silver vehicle while crossing North Avenue, NW. The incident occurred in the morning around 10 a.m., but the student did not report the incident until five hours after it occurred. The student stated that the vehicle was outside the lane of travel and did not slow down before striking him. He stated that he was displaced from the crosswalk to a nearby sidewalk on the north side of North Avenue, NW. The driver exited the vehicle before being advised by the student that he was fine, and did not wish to file a report. The student was evaluated and cleared by Stamps Health Center. The student filed the report following his release from the Health Center.

At around 3:30 p.m. on Feb. 9, an officer responded to a call about an elevator entrapment at the Undergraduate Living Center (ULC). The officer found a student trapped in elevator number four on the ground floor. An elevator specialist arrived at 3:55 p.m. and opened the door, freeing the student.

An officer responded to a call about marijuana smoke at the Smith residence hall on Feb. 12. The officer met with the occupants of the room where the smell originated. The officer observed the occupant of the room having bloodshot eyes and sweating profusely. The occupant stated that there was one more person in his room, who also denied marijuana use. The on-campus hall director responded to the location and gained entry into the room. The officer discovered another occupant in the room, whom the remaining occupants failed to mention. No contraband was found in the room and the occupant was referred for a Code of Conduct Violation for lying to GTPD.