More true crime on campus
Following an earlier post on this subject a few more extracts from campus security reports:
0128 Patrol Security Officers observed a vehicle being driven dangerously in Newark Hall car park. Officers stopped the vehicle and spoke to the driver who is a Student. Officers also spoke to the owner of the vehicle who is also a Student. The reason given for the dangerous driving was “letting off exam stress” – both Students will be reported to the Head of Security.
0830 Security unlocked a shared bathroom for a Student who had been locked out of his shared bathroom.
1015 Report of a male talking to a wall at the rear of the Biology Building. Security attended and spoke to the male. The male identified himself as a member of Staff – he stated that he was working through a Mathematical problem and would be returning to his office after his lunch.
1830 Report of a Robin in the Kitchens in Portland Building. Staff requested Pest Control – the Robin was encouraged to leave without the use of Pest Control Staff.
1430 Report that a hole had appeared in Cut Through Lane. Estates Staff aware and are dealing with the hole.
0850 A visitor in Cripps Hall requested a towel. Security attended and provided the visitor with a set of towels.
1840 Report of a suspicious package in Nottingham Medical School – Security attended and after checking the package removed it from the building. On examination, the package was found to contain a tin of gravy granules.