On January 28 at 10:54 a.m., a complainant came into the public safety office to report vandalism to his vehicle. The complainant stated that he left his vehicle the day before to play an intramural game, and when he returned, there was an unknown white substance on the windows.
The complainant stated that he did not have any suspects. The complainant had to wash his car, costing him $5. The officer who took the report was not able to pull up video from the cameras where the vehicle was parked.
On January 29 at 3:30 p.m., an officer took a statement from a complainant in reference to a fake check that he had received in the mail two days prior. The complainant sated that he was contacted by a company that said they were based out of the United Kingdom. The complainant said he was told he would order supplies for the company’s agents that were based in the United States. The check was written for $1,980. The complainant said that bank workers told the complainant that the check was fake and that he should report it to law enforcement.
On January 29 at about 9:31 p.m., an officer responded to a room in reference to a possible breaking and entering. Upon arrival, the officer met with the complainant who told him that she thought somebody tried to break into her room. The complainant stated that when she returned to her room after being gone for several hours, there was an unfolded paperclip in her door knob, but the door was still locked. No items were reported missing.
The complainant could not recall any recent arguments or disputes with other students.