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Security Reports: 11/18/2010

November 6

1:14 a.m.

A security officer found a vehicle with two windows broken out in a Drake parking lot located in the 1200 block of 31st street.  The female student victim was notified.  It was determined that a male not affiliated with Drake had invited others to go with him and vandalize a car in Des Moines.  It was not stated that the victim was the target but it was implied.

3:41 p.m.

Security responded to the third floor of Stalnaker Residence Hall based on report of an intoxicated female.  It was determined an underage for drinking female had been drinking in her room and appeared intoxicated.  Hall staff was present and a student stated she would look after her.

November 7

12:30 a.m.

A security officer obtained information that an argument between two male students resulted in one of them taking a swing at the other.  The matter has been coordinated with the Dean of Students.

November 8

12:01 p.m.

A female student reported someone stole one of her checks and wrote a check for rent payment.  The student is unaware she may lost the check or where it may have been stolen.  The matter will be turned over to detectives.

November 9

12:03 a.m.

Security and police responded to the 1300 block of 34th street based on report of a threat.  A male student reported he was threatened by another male student and the threat was stimulated by a domestic situation that involves a female student.  The Dean of Students has been advised.

4:48 p.m.

The security office received several calls about a male panhandling in a Drake parking lot located in the 2800 block of University.  The subject was observed and recognized as a male who had been advised on trespass 14 times over the past years and arrested 6 times on the campus.  He was stopped and police were called.  He was then arrested and taken to jail.  He was again advised on trespass.

9:58 p.m.

Security responded to Herriott Residence Hall based on report of an unresponsive female.  The female student was sitting in a chair.  She was breathing but unresponsive.  Fire/Rescue was called and the student was transported to a local hospital.

November 11

10:49 a.m.

Security and the fire department responded to Ross Residence Hall based on a fire alarm.  It was determined a female student was using a hair dryer in her apartment and it blew up.  There was extensive smoke and measures were taken to eliminate same.

4:15 p.m.

Security and police responded to a motor vehicle accident in the 2600 block of University.  The parties involved were a male student and a male not associated with the University.  There were no injuries.

November 12

4:26 a.m.

Security and the fire department responded to the Goodwin and Kirk Residence Hall Complex based on a fire alarm  There was no fire or smoke and it was determined someone had pulled a pull station on the third floor.  The matter has been turned over to fire investigators.

November 14

1:58 a.m.

Security responded to Ross Residence Hall based on report of loud noise of a fight.  It was determined an underage for drinking male student and a female student were having an argument because the female spoke to other guys while they were at a bar located in the 3000 block of Forest Avenue where they had entered with a fake driver’s license.  The male stated he had given the fake driver’s license away and didn’t have it anymore.  They stated they would be quiet for the remainder of the evening.

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