Thursday, Oct. 5:
1:02 a.m.— A student reported his bicycle was missing from where he had left it outside of Olney Hall. Public Safety searched the area and found the bicycle on the ground, in the bushes outside of Olney Hall.
10:30 p.m.— A student reported she was being harassed by a group of ten female students. Residential Life staff was notified and are following up on the incident.
Friday, Oct. 6:
2:30 p.m.— Public Safety responded to a smoke detector activation in St. Katherine Hall. During a check of the building a student was found smoking a vaporizer which had activated the detector.
11:18 p.m.— Public Safety and Allied Universal Bicycle Patrol Officers responded to a student occupied residence in the 5700 block of Woodstock Street after receiving a noise complaint from a neighborhood resident. On arrival, loud music could be heard emanating from the house. Public Safety informed a student resident of the complaint and he agreed to keep the noise down.
Saturday, Oct. 7:
1:34 a.m.— Public Safety and Allied Universal Bicycle Patrol Officers responded to a student occupied residence in the 5600 block of Uber Street after receiving a noise complaint from a neighborhood resident. On arrival, loud music could be heard emanating from the house. Public Safety informed a student resident of the complaint and he agreed to keep the noise down.
7:23 p.m.— The Security Desk Receptionist at the St. Miguel Townhouses reported three guests had run past the lobby gate without signing in. Public Safety and an RA located the guests and their host and informed them of the guest policy. The guests went back to the lobby to be properly signed in.
9:45 p.m.— The mother of a La Salle soccer player reported that while the families of the soccer team were having a tailgate dinner, another woman, who is the mother of one son who plays soccer for La Salle and another son who plays for Rhode Island shouted obscenities about Philadelphia. The complainant responded to the other woman’s comments and a number of other parents joined in the argument. Public Safety Officers, the Assistant Director of Public Safety and La Salle’s contracted Philadelphia Police Officer responded to disperse the crowd.
Sunday, Oct. 8:
12:52 a.m.— Public Safety responded to a smoke detector activation in St. Katherine Hall. It was determined that a detector had been activated by smoke from popcorn burned in a microwave oven.
12:57 a.m.— Public Safety responded to two student occupied residences in the 2100 block of Chew Avenue after receiving a noise complaint from a neighborhood resident.On arrival, loud music could be heard emanating from both houses. Public Safety informed student residents of both houses of the complaint, and both agreed to keep the noise down.
1:31 a.m.— While on patrol in the Main Parking Lot, a Public Safety Officer found a student whose right forearm was impaled on the iron fence surrounding the St. Miguel Townhouses.The Officer requested Philadelphia Fire Medic and additional back-up Officers. The Officer supported the student’s weight until La Salle’s contracted Philadelphia Police Officer, Fire Department Rescue units and additional Public safety Officers arrived on the scene. A section of the fence was cut to free the student who was transported to the hospital for treatment. Public Safety blocked off the open area of the fence and made regular checks of the area to ensure the security of the townhouses.
3:41 a.m.— Public Safety responded to the North Halls after receiving a report of a non-responsive student on the entrance ramp. Public Safety spoke with the student and found he was incoherent and did not know where he was.Philadelphia Fire Medic was contacted, responded, and transported the student to the hospital for treatment.
6:45 p.m.— Public Safety found a car with its trunk open near the entrance to “D” lot on South Campus. A student was observed climbing out of a first floor window in St. Basil Court. Public Safety spoke with the student who stated he was climbing in and out of the window to take cases of water to his room, adding it was too far to walk from the main entrance to his room.
Monday, Oct. 9:
9:24 p.m.— Residential Life staff conducted monthly fire drills in St. Bernard, St. Denis and St. George Halls. The drills were conducted without incidents.