October 2017 Security Report

Sept. 11
Vandalism
Campus Safety, Residence Life Staff, and the Laramie County Sheriff’s Office investigated vandalism to a parked, unoccupied vehicle in Parking Lot M.

Sept. 13
Suspicious activity
Campus Safety, assisted by deputies from the Laramie County Sheriff’s Office, completed an investigation concerning a suspicious vehicle on campus.

 

Sept. 17
Medical assist
Campus Safety completed an investigation pertaining to a possible medical assist request at the Arena.

 

Sept. 20
Medical assist
Campus Safety completed an investigation pertaining to a possible medical assist request at the Arena.

 

Sept. 20
Medical assist
Campus Safety completed an investigation pertaining to a possible medical assist request at the Arena.

 

Sept. 20
Injury
Campus Safety completed an investigation pertaining to an injury reportedly sustained at the Agriculture Bbuilding outside the livestock pen.

 

Sept. 24
Alcohol complaint
Campus Safety and the Laramie County Sheriff’s Office assisted residence life staff with an alcohol complaint in the Residence Hall.

 

Sept. 25
Medical assist
Campus Safety completed an investigation pertaining to a possible medical assist request at the aArena.

 

Sept. 29
Loose livestock
Campus Safety observed loose livestock behind the Agriculture Bbuilding. Campus Safety notified the barn manager who secured the livestock.

 

Sept. 30
Sign damage
The Grounds Manager noticed that someone had run over a campus street sign near the Parking Lot K sign. Campus Safety completed an incident report. Repairs to be made.

 

Sept. 30
Fire alarm
Campus Safety and Residence Life responded to the residence hall following a report of a fire alarm in the West Hall. The alarm had been activated by students cooking a meal.

 

Sept. 30
Elevator alarm
Campus Safety responded to an elevator entrapment alarm in the Commons East elevator. It was determined to have been accidentally activated by students.

About Jacob Hamel (14 Articles)
Jacob has been involved with Wingspan since the fall 2015 semester. He was also a co-editor for two semesters before taking a job as editor for the Platte County Record-Times for six months. Though he plans to finish being a staff member for Wingspan this semester, he looks forward to volunteering and assisting future students of the program. Last year, Wingspan helped Jacob find a love for writing humor commentary, and he has even won awards for his columns. His columns have been included in almost every issue of Wingspan since late 2017. On top of working with Wingspan, Jacob currently works as a part-time control board operator for 1480 KRAE. Contact Jacob via email at jacobhamel97@gmail.com or follow him on Twitter at JHamelWingspan.

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