Photo by Kevin Matyi
By Kevin Matyi
Patient violence, marijuana referrals and a warrant arrest: this is the Crime Report for Aug. 24 to Aug. 30.
- A female employee of the University had her camera, memory card and lock stolen at approximately 9:00 in the morning last Monday, Aug. 24, at the Ashley Schiff Preserve.
- The next day, Aug. 25, a few minutes before 4:00 in the afternoon, a male patient of the University Hospital punched a female patient. Neither patient had any affiliation to the University, and the case has been closed due to the victim refusing to cooperate, according to the police daily crime log.
- On Aug. 26, after 4:00 in the morning, a male employee of the hospital was referred to the Employee and Labor Relations Department after being caught smoking marijuana in a car in Staff Lot A while on duty.
- A Residential Assistant in Langmuir College of H Quad reported to police just after 12:30 in the morning of Aug. 27 that a male and female student were arguing. By the time the police arrived, both students had left, however Assistant Chief of University Police Neil Farrell said that the male student damaged some of his own property, such as his “cell phone, laptop, and printer.”
- A former student of the University was arrested at the intersection of Nicolls road and Route 25A last Friday, Aug. 28, at 2:30 in the morning for driving while under the influence of alcohol.
- Just before 2:30 in the morning on Saturday, Aug. 29, police discovered a group of five female residential students at West Apartments B. After officers inquired about a possible fight, Assistant Chief of University Police Neil Farrell said that two of the students were referred for false personation, and a third for “activity at the location in question.”
- After 3:00 in the afternoon of the same day, a female residential student contacted university police from Gershwin College about her ex-boyfriend, who has no affiliation to the University, harassing her via text and in person.
- Officers discovered five residential students, three male and two female, smoking marijuana after 2:45 in the morning of Sunday, Aug. 30, on the path between the Old H Parking Lot and Kelly Quad. All five students were referred.
- After responding to a motor vehicle accident, police determined at 10:00 in the morning on Aug. 30 that one of the people involved had an active arrest warrant, and arrest them while they were in the hospital.
For more on these stories and others, visit us at www.sbindependent.org, follow us on twitter @SBINews and like the Stony Brook Independent Facebook page.
Crime Reports are posted every Wednesday night