Campus Concierge staff in the Anderson University Center called Campus Safety April 11 in need of medical aid, because a student had suffered a laceration to her right foot. After she controlled the bleeding, the Campus Safety officer escorted the student to her on-campus residence. The student signed a medical release and no further action was required.
Alcohol Policy Violation-
An on-duty Resident Assistant (RA) called Campus Safety April 11 in response to an alcohol violation in Tingelstad Hall. Campus Safety and the RA contacted the people in the room, two students and two non-students, and then disposed of their alcohol. The incident was forwarded to Student’s Rights and Responsibilities (SRR).
At about 2 a.m. April 12, a student reported damage to her vehicle caused by the Tingelstad parking lot’s gate. Video evidence showed the student took an inordinate amount of time exiting the gate, causing it to impact her car.
A student reported his car had been damaged by a hit and run in the Morken parking lot April 11 around 3 p.m. Video footage revealed no suspect vehicle information. Campus Safety took no further action.
A Tingelstad RA requested medical assistance from Campus Safety last Sunday for an intoxicated student around 2:30 a.m. The student was vomiting and so intoxicated that she was unable to answer questions. The RA called Central Pierce Fire and Rescue before Campus Safety, and they said the student was able to stay in her room the remainder of the evening. Campus Safety reported the incident to SRR.