Public Safety

James Beaman


Sept. 2, 1:38 p.m. A girl reported that her Bobcat Card was stolen while she was studying in one of the open areas in building 600 at the Village. She said she had left her books and Bobcat Card there while she went back to her room to get her keys. When she came back her card was gone but her books were still there. The card was not returned to the office or Village CA’s.

The business building banner bandit had best beware

Sept. 2, 8:35 p.m. A girl reported that her sorority banner was missing from Atkinson Hall. The area around Atkinson and the surrounding trash cans were searched, but nothing was found. The case has been turned over to investigations.

Why do we fall, Bruce?

Sept. 4, 11:57 p.m. Sgt. Smith saw a girl fall face first at the intersection of Hancock and Wilkinson streets. She tried to get up, but fell on her face again. Smith called an ambulance and gave her a breathalyzer test. She blew a .19 and was unable to tell first responders the date. She was taken to Oconee Regional Medical Center and was ticketed for under age possession of alcohol.

Her Skills Leave Me Breathless

Sept. 5, 12:47 p.m. Sgt. Hicks arrived at the intramural fields in response to a girl having an asthma attack. The girl said she started having the asthma attack while playing intramural football, but she had taken her medication and was feeling better. An ambulance came but found that she did not need further treatment.

A truck with loud music, but no dirt road

Sept. 5, 11:59 p.m. Sgt. Smith saw a Ford truck speeding and blaring music. Smith stopped the vehicle and was notified by dispatch that the driver’s license was suspended. The driver was arrested for driving with a suspended license, but he was allowed to have a friend pick up his truck.

The Hash-Slinging Flasher has left Bikini Bottom

Sept. 6, 1:48 a.m. Officer Kennedy responded to a call on Hancock Street near the intersection of Clarke Street regarding a black male driving a Cadillac and getting out to expose himself to people. Kennedy couldn’t locate the guy, but he met with two complainants at Parkhurst and asked about what happened. They said he pulled up next to them, got out of the car, pulled down his red pajama pants and exposed himself. They said they ran and did not see where he went. The case has been turned over to investigations.

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