MCC Police Blotter
Campus Report: Week Of Dec. 2nd
Tuesday, Dec. 2nd
Manchester Police Department notified Manchester Community College Campus Police at 8:12 a.m. that a former student was heading to MCC to play basketball. MPD notified Campus Police that his concerned mother had called them to help locate the former student. He was described as a white male, 6’5″ and about 300 lbs and at 8:29 a.m. was spotted entering a classroom that he didn’t belong. Upon arrival of the Campus Police to the classroom, the former student was found sitting in the middle back row of the class with a Bible and paper in front of him. He was asked to leave the classroom by officer Agudo and escorted to Campus Police Headquarters. He was frisked for safety and transported to St. Francis Hospital, in Hartford, after it was determined that he was a danger to himself or to others. MPD completed the emergency committal paperwork.
Wednesday, Dec. 4th
MCC Campus Police was notified at 1:21 p.m. by the Counseling Center that a student appeared suicidal in the Center. The student’s psychiatrist was contacted and notified the Campus Police that the student should be transported to an emergency room. An ambulance was called and the student was transported to Rockville/ Vernon Hospital.
At 7:07 p.m. Officer Mulligan responded to a student who called to report that the car parked next to their Nissan Versa in West Lot appeared to have been hit by the Mercury Mountaineer parked next to them. It appeared that the Mountaineer had pulled too far forward and lightly tapped the bumper of the Versa. There was no visible damage to either vehicle, and the operator of the Mountaineer was given a verbal warning for unsafe movement of a vehicle.
Thursday, Dec. 5th
Officer Pagel assisted with Manchester Police Department to locate a student on campus at 11:42 a.m. No further information has been obtained.