police building

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

 

September 18, 2017

Police Blotter

By Haley Vidmar

False Alarm

Librarians contacted authorities to respond to a fire alarm in the Michael Schwartz Library on the first floor of the Rhodes Tower building Sept. 10. After examination, authorities determined students used the wrong door while exiting the library, resulting in the alarm. Similarly, a burglary alarm sounded on Sept. 10 in the Cleveland-Marshall Law building. After authorities investigated, they concluded a student accidently set off the alarm.

Suspiciously Sleeping

A Cleveland State custodian reported a “suspicious person” on the second floor of the Main Classroom building to authorities on Sept. 11. Upon further investigation, authorities identified the suspect as a Cleveland male, who was just trying to get some sleep. His record ran clean, and the police escorted him off campus.

Steals on Wheels

Officers responded to a stolen bicycle call on Sept. 9. A student locked his Outlook Mountain bike on the bike rack outside of Euclid Commons. Officers suspect the theif cut the bicycle lock and stole the bike around 1 p.m., when the student was in class. No witnesses have come forward to describe the bicycle thief. The student did not press charges and the suspect has not been caught. Call Cleveland State Campus Police if you have any information.







 


NEWS HEADLINES


Freshman enrollment in 2017 reaches record high

Engineering building elements will teach students about their fields

PNC donates $750,000 for new student development initiative

College of Urban Affairs hosts 'Day of Service'

Faculty Senate elects William Bowen of Urban Affairs president

Development workshop gives international students tools to build resumes

CSU Black Studies program introduces new director, new plans for attracting students

Student and faculty forum aid search for new president

Counciling center offers LGBTQ support groups during fall semester

Organizations assist in hurricane relief

Cleveland-Marshall ranked nationally as 31st most affordable law school

MTVU comes to Cleveland State campus to host auditions for video jockey position

Hurricanes spur high demand for blood donations

Students turn to yoga and meditation for stress relief

Viking escape offers students a unique, enjoyable way to learn

Club sports showcased at student organization fair

Pink Gloves Boxing brings more than workouts for women

CSU recognizes Suicide Prevention Month

ASC 101 implements peer mentoring

CSU appoints Tulleners to fencing head coach


 
 
 

Stater reporters share their videos and photographs. Visit the Image Gallery. SEE More ...


 

 

logo
About Us Advertise