Campus Crime Report
On the night of October 16, Campus Police Central Dispatch received a call at 9:15 from a campus visitor about an unidentified light in the sky. Officer Zhian was dispatched to the scene and reported that the light was gone. The light was described as white, about the size of a golf ball, and low on the eastern sky.
A resident of Dorm G reported to the manager that she heard voices outside her window. Officer Cho was dispatched at 4:32 pm and reported the presence of two persons sitting on the park bench outside of the resident's window, engaged in what the report describes as "conversation". The two suspects were detained and later released upon their own recognizance.
An animal, believed to be a bird or a dog, was reported by the Building and Grounds Sanitation staff to have been inside the Planetarium for a minimum of three minutes during the Saturday Spruce Up Day. No damage was reported.
Campus Police Chief Tommy "T.R." Randolph reminds all students that the building of bonfires or the use of other open sources of combustion are strictly limited, and must not be carried on within the dormitories or other campus buildings without prior approval.