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The Cleveland State Police building is on Chester Avenue at 19th Street.


September 21, 2016

Police Blotter

By Ambrosia Luzius and Katie Lechner

No Drone, No Problem
Police received a phone call Wednesday, Sept. 7 about a drone spotted at Parker Hannifin Hall at 11:17 a.m. Police checked, but did not find any signs of a drone.

Rex Sniffs Out Dirty Laundry
A call on Sept. 7 around 2:30 p.m. reported an unattended, suspicious suitcase in the vestibule area of the Trinity Cathedral. Canine Officer Rex sniffed the suitcase, but he apparently detected no signs of any odor or explosives. Police opened the bag, found only clothes, and turned it into the cathedral’s lost and found.

Closing Time
A male student called police Aug. 31, from the elevator phone in the Main Campus elevator where he reported the elevator stopped on the second floor and did not open. Police dispatched personnel from Plant Services and Engineering who opened the elevator in less than a half hour. Police did not report if the student was late to class.

Turn It Down a Notch
Security searched all levels of the Rhodes Tower Library for an aggressive male who refused to turn off his music on Aug. 29. After searching all floors, they did not locate the suspect.

Sandwich Purchased; All Clear
Police received a call Thursday, Sept. 8 around 11 a.m. about a man panhandling in the Student Center who got in line at the Coffee Cafe. The police told him he was not allowed in the building, because he had no affiliation with the university, but they would let him go if he was going to buy something. The man bought a sandwich and was able to leave.



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