By Linsey Garrison
A student left their bicycle locked up in front of the PUB over the weekend and returned to find that someone had damaged the rear wheel of the bicycle, breaking it. There are no suspects at this time.
A student in Morrison Hall left her room unlocked. While she was gone, an Xbox that she had borrowed from a friend was stolen. There are no suspects at this time.
Officers investigated a conflict between two EWU employees. It was found that no crime was committed and the incident was referred to human resources.
EWU police assisted in regard to a possible burglary in progress on Third Street. A resident had returned home to find that the front door was open and called for assistance in case someone was inside. Officers cleared the home and found no one inside and nothing missing.
The odor of marijuana was reported in Pearce Hall. Contact was made with a male student who consented to a room search. A pipe was found, as well as marijuana residue. The student was cited and released.
Custodians reported graffiti on a mirror in the women’s bathroom in JFK Library. The graffiti was cleaned off without any damage.
A laptop was stolen in Hargreaves Hall. A professor left a Macbook Pro on an office desk for about an hour and could not find it after returning. The laptop cost approximately $2,000. There are no suspects at this time.
A driver was following another vehicle in parking lot 9 and ended up rear-ending the other car. There were no injuries and minimal damages. No citations were given.
A backpack and a pair of shoes were taken from a locker in the URC. A student left belongings in a locker with a combination lock overnight and returned the next day to discover the locker emptied. The lock had not been removed by the URC staff. The incident is under investigation.
A student briefly left his cell phone unattended at a computer station in JFK Library and returned to find that it was missing. The phone, a Motorola Mesmerize, is valued at approximately $500. There are no suspects at this time.
Officers followed up on a report of a student at Riverpoint campus who made threatening comments to a parking enforcement employee about a ticket he had received. It was determined that no crime was committed.
An employee at a gas station on First Street reported a man who was being disruptive and refusing to leave the premises. The man had a warrant out for his arrest. He was taken to Spokane County Jail.
EWU officers assisted Cheney Police in regard to a fight in progress at Safeway on First Street. A male and female were reportedly fighting, but when officers arrived they claimed to have not been fighting but another male had been fighting with the female and had left the scene.
A FedEx truck tipped over on Washington Street. There were no injuries. Traffic was