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Staff from the University Book Store reported two suspicious females in the store and books came up missing. The description of the women fit that of two women who had stolen books from the Grandview College Book Store.
A male student reported his wallet was stolen from an unlocked and unattended locker in the Bell Center between 5 and 6 p.m. on March 7.
Security responded to the American Republic Health Center based on report of a male student who was intoxicated and unresponsive. Fire and Rescue was contacted and the student was transported to a local hospital.
A security officer observed a male pulling on doors to Aliber Hall. The male student stated he was merely walking around and trying to clear his head of decisions he had to make and wanting to make peace. The matter was coordinated with the assistant dean of student affairs in the College of Business and Public Administration.
A female student reported she received an attempted fraud letter on her Facebook concerning a friend who was a victim of a crime. Money was asked for to help the friend out. The student was a little wiser than the sender of message and checked with her friend, who was OK.
Security and the fire department responded to St. Catherine’s Neuman Center based on a staff member reporting a fire alarm. It was determined the alarm was false.
Security, police and fire/rescue responded to the convenience store parking lot at 31st Street and University Avenue based on report of an unconscious person. After several attempts the security officer was able to waken the female who was in a motor vehicle and the vehicle was running. The security officer was able to remove the keys from the vehicle. Police and fire/rescue arrived and the female was arrested for operating a vehicle while intoxicated.
Security received a phone call from a male friend of a Drake student. The male stated the student’s parents had called him and was looking for their son who had not been heard from in over two months. Security was able to make contact with the male student who was at a movie theatre in Minneapolis, Minn. The student was hesitant about contacting his parents in Asia but stated he would e-mail them at a later time.
A security officer observed five males walking around the Helmick Commons area. The security dispatcher was monitoring the males on CCTV and observed one of the individuals steal a bicycle near Herriott Residence Hall. All five were apprehended by security officers in different locations on and near the campus. Two of the males admitted to taking the bicycles. Police were called and a 16-year-old, two 17-year-olds, an 18-year-old and a 19-year-old male were advised on trespass for the Drake Campus. The bicycles were confiscated and placed back in the Herriott bike rack. It was determined that one of the subjects was on probation for a felony aggravation and robbery.
Security and the fire department responded to the McCoy apartments based on report of a fire alarm. There was no smoke or fire and it was determined that someone had pulled a pull station.