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Police Log

Police Log
Police Log

October 223:37 a.m.: A false fire alarm went off in the Clark Athletic Center’s pool area. Sorry, I felt like a nice, refreshing dip at 20 minutes to 4 in the morning. My bad.

12:05 p.m.: A student in Wheatley Hall had seizure-like systems and was to be transported to the hospital.

9:37 p.m.: A minor accident in the Healey Lot resulted in damage when one car backed into another. Well, at least the darkness of night can be used as an excuse.

October 231:33 p.m.: Someone made threats to someone else while walking down Bianculli Blvd. While I get threats every day, they’re not on the mean streets of Dorchester, just inside of the office. Ha.

October 2410:13 a.m.: Someone filed a report of annoying phone calls in the Science building. The person calling was trying to switch the receiver over to Sprint. Let me tell you something: Bad idea. Sprint owns Nextel, and Nextel sucks.

11:10 a.m.: On the lower level of the Administration Building, someone received threatening phone calls. Was it the person from Sprint again?

2:19 p.m.: A larceny was reported in the Administration Building. Did someone steal your cell phone? Apparently, Sprint is looking for new members.

5:20 p.m.: A suspicious person was reported walking down University Dr. South. It turns out that it was just a fisherman. Yes, but have you seen “I Know What You Did Last Summer”?

6:45 p.m.: One of the kids using the GoKids room in the Administration Building fell down and was taken to the hospital. I wish I could say that I didn’t fall on a daily basis.

October 257:52 a.m.: An accident resulting in personal injury happened on Morrissey Blvd. Mass. State Police dealt with the accident.

6:16 p.m.: There was a suspicious person walking around the Campus Center asking for donations, but was gone on the arrival of campus police. If only you saw the multitude of suspicious people we found in Washington, DC.

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.