Police Blotter for 3/28-4/5
Monday, March 28
University police officers and detectives respond to a report of burglary in Hendrix College. A network switch was removed from a locked room. The investigation is still open.
Tuesday, March 29
A light fixture was smashed in the Melville Library. The investigation is now closed.
University police officers responded to a marijuana call in Greeley College but it was unfound upon arrival.
Vandalism to a bicycle in the South Parking Lot was reported.
There was a Vehicle and Traffic Law summons issued on West Drive by the West Apartments.
Two referrals were issued for marijuana on West Drive by the West Apartments.
Wednesday, March 30
University police officers and supervision respond to the Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Program to arrest a prior patient because of criminal mischief.
A complainant could not locate his green 1997 Honda Civic in the South Parking Lot.
A university police officer detected an odor of marijuana coming from a room in Stimson College.
Thursday, March 31
University police officers responded to a report of attempted larceny in the gift shop in the University Hospital. The investigation is still open.
Friday, April 1
A smell of marijuana was reported in Wagner College.
An intoxicated male in Langmuir College was transported to the University Hospital by the Stony Brook Volunteer Ambulance Corps.
There was a report of marijuana possession in Langmuir College.
Saturday, April 2
There was a report of possession of prescription drugs and marijuana in the Tabler Arts Center.
Monday, April 4
A student was found in possession of marijuana in Toscaninni College.
Five referrals were issued for possession of marijuana in Wagner College.
Wednesday, April 5
There was a report of a broken window in the University Café in the Student Union.
There was an act of criminal mischief on the fifth floor of the Melville Library in the southeast corner.
There was a complaint in Irving College that someone smelled marijuana coming from a room.