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Weekly Public Safety Reports: Feb 16-20, 2012

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Feb. 16 8:50 a.m. – Public Safety and Delaware City Police officers were dispatched to 23 and 35 Williams Drive on a report of vandalism. Several pieces of furniture in the common areas of each residence had been turned over, and a television was destroyed at the 23 Williams address. Investigation is ongoing.

Feb. 16 5 p.m. – an OWU student reported an alleged sexual assault at an off campus location on February 11. The case remains under investigation.

Feb. 17 7:30 p.m. – damage to a vehicle in the Smith Hall parking lot was reported.

Feb. 17 10:30 p.m. – an OWU student was attacked by a dog in the vicinity of 31 South Washington Street and suffered bite wounds to the lower leg. The student was treated and later released from Grady Hospital ER. A report was filed with the Delaware City Police Department.

Feb. 17 8:35 a.m. – OWU Housekeeping staff recovered a wallet and turned it in to Public Safety. The owner of the wallet reported that cash was missing from the wallet.

Feb. 18 2:40 a.m. – Public Safety and Delaware EMS personnel were dispatched to Hayes Hall on a report of an unconscious person. Upon the arrival, the student was conscious and coherent. The student refused treatment.

Feb. 19 1:30 a.m. – Public Safety officers were dispatched to Welch Hall on a noise complaint.
Feb. 19 5:45 p.m. – Public Safety dispatched to the JAYwalk on a report of a suspicious person. A search of the area failed to locate the individual, described as a white middle-aged male of medium height and slim build.

Feb. 19 11:48 p.m. – a Bashford Hall resident was referred to student conduct for drug, alcohol and criminal damage offenses. Delaware City Police also issued citations for drug abuse and paraphernalia.

Feb. 20 1:33 a.m. – a local resident was arrested and charged with trespassing after Public Safety and Delaware City Police officers were dispatched to the Beeghly Library on a security alarm activation.

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