Marijuana:

On Monday, April 14, police observed a marijuana sale. Two males were arrested.
On Tuesday, April 15 two students were referred for marijuana at James College.
On Friday, April 18, a residence hall director reported the smell of marijuana in Schick College.
On Sunday, April 20, an RA reported there was marijuana smoking in a room at Stimson College. One student was referred to the university.

Theft:

On Monday, April 14, a meal card was reported stolen from the Campus Recreation Center.
On Monday, April 14, an advertising sign was reported stolen from the Student Union.
On Wednesday, April 16, a fanny pack was reported stolen from the University Hospital.
On Wednesday, April 16, a bike was reported stolen from the Long Island Rail Road parking lot.
On Thursday, April 17, a complainant reported to police that $200 had been stolen from a wallet that was turned in as found property.
On Thursday, April 17, a cell phone was reported stolen from West Apartments B.
On Friday, April 18, a cell phone was stolen from the Campus Recreation Center.
On Friday, April 18, a watch was reported stolen from the Indoor Sports Complex.
On Saturday, April 19, a cell phone was stolen from Melville Library.
On Sunday, April 20, a cell phone was reported missing from the University Hospital.

DWI:

On Friday, April 18, there was a DWI at Shirley Kenny Drive. One man was arrested.
On Saturday, April 20, there was a DWI at the Nicolls Road main entrance. The driver was arrested.

Miscellaneous:  

On Thursday, April 17, a complainant reported to police that there was an unauthorized report of a card.
On Thursday, April 17, damage to a door at the Melville Library was reported.
On Sunday, April 20, the fire marshal responded to a fire alarm at Eisenhower College caused by a microwave. There was a referral to the university for an unauthorized microwave in the room.

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