The Elmhurst College Crime Watch is a publication distributed twice a month listing incidents that occur on campus. The purpose of the Crime Watch is to keep College community members informed so they can better safeguard themselves and their belongings.
May 1-15, 2013
May 3 DRUG LAW VIOLATION…The Elmhurst Police conducted a traffic stop in the Alexander parking lot. The driver of the vehicle, an EC student, was found to be in possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. The offender was arrested by the police and referred to the campus judicial process.
May 4 POLICE ASSIST…Campus Security assisted the Elmhurst Police Department with apprehending a theft suspect who ran from Wilder Park to campus.
May 6 THEFT…Campus Security received a report that an IPhone was missing from Frick Center. Campus Security is investigating.
May 6 POLICY VIOLATION…Campus Security received a report that a student was housing a dog in a College apartment at Elmhurst Terrace. The dog was removed and the offender was referred to the campus judicial process.
May 8 POLICY VIOLATION…Campus Security identified two students sharing access cards and keys, allowing them to access two different residence halls. The offenders were referred to the campus judicial process.
May 9 THEFT… Campus Security received a report that a bicycle borrowed from the bike program at the Frick Center was reported missing. The bicycle was located off campus, stripped of parts.
May 10 SUSPICIOUS PERSON… Campus Security received multiple reports of a male non-student harassing female students on campus. The offender was located, identified, and removed from campus.
May 11 CRIMINAL DAMAGE TO PROPERTY…Campus Security received a report that the water fountain outside the Book Cellar was broken. Campus Security is investigating.
May 14 DRUG LAW VIOLATION… Campus Security discovered drug paraphernalia in a backpack found on campus. The offender was identified and referred to the campus judicial process.
May 15 THEFT… Campus Security issued a parking citation to an illegally parked vehicle. It was discovered that the sticker in the windshield was reported stolen. The offender was identified and reported to administration.
Campus Security responded to:
• 4 activated fire alarms (no actual fires);
• 3 motor vehicle accident (no injuries reported);
• 3 medical emergencies; 2 requiring ambulance response.