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Police Notes of the Year

On July 16, 2011

Still a death trap

Sept. 13, 3:57 p.m. – A Xavier employee of Xavier reported being the victim of a hit and run by a Xavier-owned vehicle on Dana Avenue. near University Drive. The suspect was last seen traveling from Dana Ave to Woodburn Ave. Cincinnati Police were notified.

Search and rescue

Sept. 14, 5:18 p.m. – A student reported the theft of a Blackberry at a desk in the Conaton Learning Commons. 90 minutes later, the student used the cell phone of a Xavier Police officer to ask the suspect on the other line to sell the phone back to him or her. Xavier Police arranged a meeting between suspect and an undercover officer posing as the student to retrieve the phone and apprehend the suspect at United Dairy Farmers at Dana Avenue and Montgomery Road. The suspect was apprehended and the phone was returned around 8 p.m.

Just another day in Norhood

Sept. 19, 2:44 a.m. – Xavier Police were flagged down by a motorist, who advised the police that two subjects in a truck had pointed a gun at him or her, at the intersection of Dana Ave and Herald Avenue. The truck was located at the United Dairy Farmers at the intersection of Montgomery Road and Dana Avenue. Xavier Police assisted Cincinnati Police when apprehending the suspects and confiscating a loaded firearm in the passenger seat.

Just a lil' five-on-five

Sept. 26, 8:44 p.m. – A group of students playing bas¬ketball on the outdoor courts reported the theft of three wallets and two cell phones which were left unattended on the picnic tables while the stu¬dents played a game of five on five with six unknown individ¬uals, who left after the game in a green Chevy Trailblazer.

10!?!

Sept. 25, 4:16 p.m. – A non-student sitting on the steps of a Xavier-owned building on the 1400 block of Dana Avenue with an ex¬tensive criminal history was arrested for 10 outstanding arrest warrants. The suspect was released to Cincinnati Police

Don't buy candy from strangers

Sept. 29, 12:23 a.m.– Two suspects soliciting lollipops were advised to leave campus.

No way…

Sept. 30, 1:20 p.m.– A student reported the theft of a bike from the Kuhlman Hall bike rack. Upon initial investigation, the lock securing the bike was cut.

At some point just buy the d@#$ pass

Oct. 9, 9:15 a.m. – Xavier police booted a vehicle parked in the Village parking lot. The owner has had 17 vehicle violations and possession of a fake parking permit.

Dude, do you remember where I left that?

Oct. 7, 9:10 a.m. – A Physical Plant employee turned in a small bag of marijuana left behind on the gravel path behind Smith Hall.

Dress code: B-Day suit

Oct. 22, 11:46 p.m. – Xavier Police and Norwood Police responded to a large house party on the 1800 block of Mentor Avenue. There were approximately 400 people in attendance. Two students were cited for overseeing a disorderly house and two other students were cited for public indecency.

Too much product

Oct. 23, 10:39 p.m. – Xavier Police, Cincinnati Police and Residence Life responded to a fire alarm on the the third floor of Brockman Hall. The fire alarm was activated by a student using hairspray too close to the detector. The system was reset.

We know you don't like game parking policies, but…

Nov. 6, 7:52 p.m. – Xavier Police and Norwood Police investigated an auto accident on Cleneay Avenue during the men's basketball game. A parking attendant was struck by a moving vehicle and sustained minor injuries.

Bold

Nov. 9, 9:56 p.m. - Two students smoking marijuana on the patio outside of Albers Hall were cited for drug abuse.

Wow, just wow

Nov. 19, 1:45 p.m. – Xavier Police investigated a report of a suspicious subject operating a bike near the Hoff Academic Quad. The subject had a clear plastic bag over his or her head and was screaming. The non-student was transferred to the Cincinnati Mobile Crisis Unit and was later transported to the University Hospital Psychiatry.

Consistency

Dec.  1, 1:31 p.m. – A student observed removing or damaging signs on the Academic Mall was charged with failure to cooporate with University officials. After 90 minutes had passed, the same student was seen running up the grass hill on Victory Parkway and University Drive and was cited again for failure to cooporate with University officials while intoxicated.

We had heard of street signs and traffic cones

Dec. 18, 1:43 p.m. – An employee reported the theft of a toilet paper dispenser from a bathroom in Gallagher Student Center.

Seriously? They only gave out two drink tickets! What else were they supposed to do?

Feb. 4, 11:15 p.m. - A student carrying a concealed flask inside Cintas during the senior Snowball Dance was cited for disorderly conduct.

A really good night

Feb. 6, 1:03 a.m.- A student being carried by two other students was transported to his or her room in Kuhlman Hall. While being transported by Xavier Police, the student threw up in the backseat of the patrol car.  The student was cited for underage consumption.

Being neighborly

Feb. 13, 2:29 a.m. - Xavier Police and Residence Life responded to a complaint from residents that the apartment above them was bouncing a basketball which kept them up.

All the shenanigans Buenger kids can handle

Feb. 20, 4:03 p.m.- Xavier Police cited three students for disorderly conduct, who were observed by RAs throwing couch cushions out the windows of Buenger Hall.  All the couch cushions were found and returned.

Get it juveniles!

Feb. 27, 3:56 p.m. – Two non-students were found engaging in sexual behavior in a stairway in the Conaton Learning Commons. The juveniles were cited for criminal trespassing and released to their respective parents.

Funny that's where I keep my ipad too

March 24, 2:54 p.m. - A student reported the theft of an iPad which was left unattended on the floor in the restrooms on the first floor of the Gallagher Student Center. 


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