Guard your Wii and your cars

cop shopA blue commercial EZPass tag attached to the windshield of a white Ford truck was stolen on Aug. 21. Campus Police was dispatched to the College’s construction parking lot on Carlton Avenue after being alerted of the burglary at 11:45 a.m.

The vehicle’s owner started to move the vehicle when he noticed that it had been entered.

The contents of the cab had been thrown on the ground. The owner said that the only item missing was the pass.


A Mitsubishi parked in Lot 8 was found with a 12-inch gash cut to the mid passenger side. The front driver’s side tire of another vehicle, a Kia, had been punctured. After receiving the report of criminal mischief to the two vehicles, Campus Police went to Lot 8 at 11 a.m. on Aug. 22.

The director of Student Activities and Leadership Development reported a theft of two Nintendo Wii game consoles to Campus Police on Aug. 18 at 5:15 p.m.

He told police that at 5 p.m. he received a call from the Fraternity and Sorority Programs Director that the two game consoles were missing from a locked safe.

On August 22 at 12:30 p.m., criminal mischief in the form of a punctured tire was reported in Lot 9. The victim told Campus Police that he had parked his vehicle on the first floor of the parking garage on Aug. 21.

When he returned at noon on Aug. 22, he realized that the rear driver’s side tire was flat. An investigation revealed that there was a one-inch puncture in the sidewall of the tire.