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Police Log

Police Log
Police Log

December 2710:40 a.m. – A party was causing a disturbance in the bookstore, and campus security was called in to deal with the situation. Now, some would say the bookstore is an odd place to have a party, but with the candy, snacks and all the textbooks you can read, I think it sounds like a great idea.

December 303:42 p.m. – A child was briefly lost in the Clark Center before being found in one of the sofa cushions in the lobby, apparently having fallen out of it’s parents pocket. An earring and some loose change were recovered along with the child, and all three are back home and doing fine.

January 810:16 a.m. – An individual in the Campus Center required medical attention and was transported to the hospital.

January 1012:02 p.m. – Another individual in the Campus Center required medical attention and was transported to the hospital.

January 1110:49 a.m. – Campus security responded to a fire alarm in the Campus Center that turned out to be a false alarm due to a mechanical error.

3:25 p.m. – An accident in the driveway of the Campus Center was reported, causing minor property damage. So, there were four incidents in four days at the Campus Center? Could this string of misfortunes be the result of a gypsy curse? This reporter believes so. More on this story as it develops.

January 12-13There were two reported larcenies in the Clark Center on these consecutive days. In addition to the two steals, the perpetrators also registered three blocks and seven rebounds while going 4-5 from the field.

January 1810:50 a.m. – Annoying phone calls were reported in the Campus Center. Well, you may have found them annoying, but I… I mean… the individual responsible I’m sure spent a very long time coming up with his-or her-material and finds them to be quite hilarious.

Comments about or outside of the police log events are written by the Mass Media and do not reflect the thoughts or opinions of UMass Boston’s Public Safety office.