Police Briefs: Week of 9/19

TTAM, which communicates with TUPD, was developed in 2013 to prevent violence. Katlyn Kreie / The Tufts Daily

Musical Chairs

On Sept. 6 at 3:39 p.m., a staff member reported that someone had stolen four brand-new chairs from Eaton Hall. They have yet to be found.

Smoked Out

A Tufts University Police Department officer was doing a check at Alex’s Place on the Tisch Library Roof on Sept. 9 at 11:28 p.m. when the officer discovered a couple of college-age students smoking marijuana. Upon being sighted the students ran away. They left behind their marijuana, a glass pipe and a lighter. The officer confiscated the items.

When Lightning Strikes

During the storm on Sept. 14 the Goddard Chapel was struck by lightning at 7:39 p.m., causing the electrical equipment in the basement to smoke. The equipment was burnt and is currently unusable. Facilities Services is fixing the fried equipment.

Breaking, No Entering

The window of the Tilton Lane side entrance to Haskell Hall was smashed on Sept. 17 at around 9 p.m. Facilities Services boarded up the broken window and the incident is under investigation. The window will be replaced soon. It is still unknown who broke the window.


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