>>Sept. 6, 2022
3:45 p.m., Campus Grounds
A Detective received a report of stalking from the Title 9 office. No police assistance has been requested. The Title 9 office is conducting an investigation.
3:59 p.m., South Prospect Street
ACPD conducted a motor vehicle stop after observing a vehicle traveling the wrong way down a one way street. A verbal warning was given to the operator who did not see the signage.
5:01 p.m., Morris Pratt Hall
ACPD received a 911 emergency call from the elevator. The cause of activation was accidental and no one was found in need of assistance.
>>Sept. 7, 2022
11:19 a.m., Garage - Service Building
ACPD received a 911 hangup call from an office on campus. The cause of activation was accidental and no one was found in need of assistance.
2:34 p.m., Frost Library
ACPD took a larceny report after a Professor discovered an item missing from the Center of Humanistic Inquiry.
5:24 p.m., Humphries House
A CSA responded to a complaint of loud drumming. Upon arrival, the drumming had stopped and no one was found in the area.
6:35 p.m., Frost Library
ACPD responded to an intrusion alarm. It was found to be set off accidentally by an object falling against the alarmed door.
>>Sept. 8, 2022
9:58 a.m., Noah Webster Circle
A 911 unattended call was received by APD and they transferred it to ACPD. AC Dispatch contacted the caller and there was no need for service.
6:35 p.m., Morris Pratt Hall
A CSO checked a call from the emergency phone in the elevator. No one was in need of assistance.
>>Sept. 9, 2022
1:52 a.m., Resident Hall A
ACPD responded to a pre-fire alarm and found the cause of activation to be incense. The system was able to be reset.
11:05 a.m., Jenkins Hall - Exterior
ACPD responded to a report of vandalism to a bicycle.
12:49 p.m., Between Converse Hall and Morris Pratt Hall
The Community Service Supervisor responded to a complaint of students playing drinking games outside an academic building. The students were spoken to and they cleared from the area.
7:27 p.m., Seelye Hall
ACPD responded to a pre-fire alarm. The cause of activation was smoke from a non-microwavable container that was placed in a microwave. Room was cleared of smoke and the alarm was reset.
7:41 p.m., Garman House - Porch
ACPD took a larceny report after a student discovered parts of their bicycle missing. This matter is under investigation.
>>Sept. 10, 2022
12:38 a.m., Charles Drew House - South Lawn
While on patrol, a Sergeant observed students carrying industrial sized boxes of paper towels and bath tissue down College Street. When they noticed the officer they dropped the boxes and walked away. Items were then recovered.
1:40 a.m., Hitchcock Hall - Exterior Balcony
A Community Safety Assistant responded to the residence hall after a report of students being on the roof. Students were found on a balcony and instructed to go inside.
10:41 a.m., Hills Field
A town resident complained about loud music at the athletic fields. ACPD responded and the music was lowered.
3:22 p.m., Wilson Admissions
ACPD responded to an intrusion alarm. A visitor had accidentally set off the alarm when retrieving an item from the building. Item was retrieved and the building was then armed.
4:54 p.m., Boltwood Avenue
ACPD observed a vehicle traveling the wrong way on a one-way street. A motor vehicle stop was conducted and the driver was given a verbal warning.
11:50 p.m., College Street
ACPD took a report of a past physical assault. The male student reported being "jumped" by a group of college aged males. The male student did not want to go forward with criminal charges. The suspects are unidentified at this time.
>>Sept. 11, 2022
12:08 a.m., Morris Pratt Hall
A Community Safety Assistant responded to a noise complaint and found a small group of students in the common room. The noise issue was resolved.
12:23 a.m., Morris Pratt Hall
A Sergeant took a report of vandalism in the common room.
10:01 a.m., Emily Dickinson House
ACPD took a report of vandalism after someone broke a window at the Emily Dickinson House.
>>Sept. 12, 2022
12:26 p.m., Garman House
Environmental Health & Safety responded to a report of the odor of gas in a residence hall. The odor was found to be exhaust fumes from a vehicle running outside the building.
4:05 p.m., South Parking Lot
A Detective took a report of missing bicycle parts. This matter is under investigation.
10:21 p.m., Lipton House
A Community Safety Assistant responded to a noise complaint. Upon their arrival, they did not hear any noise and did not observe any type of gathering.