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Police Blotter

Fraudulent Loan Request
On September 19, a resident of Euclid contacted CSU police complaining that her son had requested an unauthorized student loan in her name through the university. The accused is not a student at CSU.

Bats in the Belfry at Rhodes Tower
A female CSU student in the Media Center of Rhodes Tower was warned for Disorderly Conduct on September 16 by CSU police. The complainant said that the student was angrily telling her how to do her job. Police believe the accused had “possible mental incapacity.”

Man With Crowbar Told to Leave
On September 13, CSU police responded to a call of a suspicious man walking near the corner of E. 21st street and Euclid. He was holding a crowbar in one hand, and a bag in the other. Police escorted him out of the area.

Man and Cart Travel Down Chester
CSU police responded to a complaint on September 13 of a white male in a red shirt that was headed eastbound on Chester with a shopping cart. He had no warrants, and was told to leave the street.

Seeing Double
In the Science and Research building, a female CSU student was complaining of dizziness and double vision on September 16. She was transported to the emergency room of Saint Vincent’s Charity Hospital.

Medical Response at Rec Center
On September 14, EMS was called to aid a 20-year-old male CSU student. He was lying on the basketball court complaining of dizziness.

Suicide in Stillwell Hall

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Thieves steal old laptop

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