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Police Blotter

Caught sleeping in the Music Building
Security was called to the fourth floor of the MU Building a little after 9 a.m. on Feb. 9 to wake up a homeless man who was sleeping on a couch in the lobby. An officer escorted the man out of the building without incident.

False alarm steams security officials
A leaking steam valve was found to be the culprit when the fire alarm went off in the Urban Affairs Building on Feb. 8.

Thievery takes place in the College of Law
A CSU student learned the hard way not to leave her bag unattended in the fourth floor lounge of the Law Building on Feb. 9. When the student retrieved the bag she found her CD player had been stolen. The police have no leads as to who might have done it.

The world’s most incompetent car-jacker
On Feb. 10 a contractor working at CSU returned to his car to find the driver’s side window smashed in and the steering column cracked. Police suspect someone had tried to steal the car which had to be towed from the scene. No items were missing from the vehicle.

Multiple vehicles vandalized, or not?
Police received a call at 2:52 p.m. Feb. 13 from a parking lot attendant reporting that several vehicles had been broken into on Payne Ave. One female’s GPS and iPod were stolen out of her car. Police found no other damaged vehicles.

It’s not fun to break into the YMCA
An attempted break-in at the YMCA prompted one employee to call CSU Police at 7:15 a.m. on Feb. 10. Police officials found pry marks on the doors to the childcare office and a conference room inside the building. No property was reported stolen.

Panic at the Music Building
Authorities responded to a panic alarm that went off in the Music Building Feb. 10. Upon arriving at the scene, they found that a CSU employee had set off the alarm by simply leaning up against it.