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October26, 2015

Police Blotter

Female found unconscious in Rhodes Tower

Cleveland State University police received a radio call with a report of a female student passed out and locked in a stall in Rhodes Tower on a first floor restroom on Monday, Oct. 19. The initial call type was suspicious activity; however, police records show that the student has a prior history of similar behavior. The female, who was cooperative with the staff, was escorted out.


Homeless, intoxicated individuals on campus

Cleveland State University police investigated suspicious activity at the Music and Communication building on Sunday, Oct. 18 around 2 p.m. A possible homeless male and female appeared to be intoxicated and carrying many bags. The male was found sitting at the handicap lot entrance at 2:06 p.m. Police checked for the female at 2:13 p.m. but were unable to locate the suspect’s whereabouts.


Damage and trespassing at Trinity Cathedral

A 2016 blue Scion was tampered with and damaged on the grounds at Trinity Cathedral on Saturday, Oct. 17. The front passenger side window was broken out. A $100 TomTom GPS and $200 Timex watch were stolen and not recovered.



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