Campus Report: Week of Nov. 25

Monday, Nov. 25

At 7:40 a.m., Officer Davis responded to a report made by a Lessing’s Vending Employee about a walrus head painted onto the first stall door of the men’s room on the 1st floor of the Lowe Lobby. Upon inspection, Officer Davis observed that a large Walrus head was drawn in black, thick line marker on the door inside the first stall. He notified facilities and it was cleaned up.

A student came to the Police department at 9:56 a.m., to report that he had witnessed a motor vehicle accident in the east parking lot. The driver of a Toyota Camry was traveling southbound in East Lot looking for a parking space. While attempting a right turn he hit a Toyota Yaris, hitting his right front bumper to the left rear bumper of the Yaris. The Yaris was unoccupied at the time and the witness saw everything. The driver of the Camry received a verbal warning from Officer Agudo, for making an improper turn.

A student stopped by the MCC Campus Police station at 10:30 a.m., to report that another student had harassed him. The complainant reported that another student had stopped him in the morning on the way to his class, to tell him that the FBI was watching him. The perpetrator said he had done enough by telling him and that he was done. The perpetrator is a member of the Fitness center and was described as an African- American male, 5′ 5″, heavy set, and wearing jeans and a Green Lantern T- Shirt. Officer Sinnamon checked with the Fitness Center and found the person that fits the description. The student that placed the report will check the Fitness Center photo database and confirm that the person found is indeed, the perpetrator.

At 11:28 a.m., a witness reported seeing a motor vehicle hit a white Subaru Legacy in West Lot. The driver of a Honda Accord was traveling east bound in West Lot looking for a parking space, after attempting a left turn to enter a parking space, the right front bumper of the Accord made contact with the left rear bumper of the Legacy . The Legacy was unoccupied and a police department card was left on the vehicle, the officer knew the owner of the Legacy and left them a voicemail. The driver of the Accord was given a verbal warning by Officer Agudo for making an improper turn.

Tuesday, Nov. 26

A student came to MCC Campus Police station at 10:36 a.m. to report that her vehicle was hit in the left rear bumper wile parked in East Lot on Thursday (Nov. 23). She noticed the damage Friday morning. When she spoke to someone at the information booth, they told her to report it on Tuesday morning (Nov. 26) when she came in for class. There are currently no witnesses or leads.

At approximately 8:12 a.m., an anonymous woman called MCC Campus Police  to report an incident involving her female friend, another student. This person said that her friend was in Village Building 2 from 4:30- 5:30 p.m., when she felt uncomfortable with a male student who was also in the building. She said that while her friend was in a piano practice room, the male student was standing between her and the door. Her friend told her that he made her feel very uncomfortable, however, she did not want to make a formal complaint. The anonymous caller simply requested extra patrol checks of the practice rooms in the village area. Officer Mulligan said that he would make frequent patrol checks of  village buildings.


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