Posted at 12 p.m. March 6, 2017
Campus Safety Incident Reports Feb. 6,-Feb. 23, 2017
Campus Safety completed an incident report documenting damage to a fleet vehicle discovered by the fleet manager.
Campus Safety completed an incident report pertaining to a suspicious vehicle observed in the Center for Conferences and Institutes parking lot. Laramie County Sheriff’s Office deputies also responded.
Campus Safety documented some standing water in Flex Tech.
Campus Safety found several lost items in Parking Lot E. The officer was able to contact the owner of the property and all items were returned.
Campus Safety completed an incident report pertaining to possible vehicle damage in Parking Lot A.
Two-vehicle accident in Parking Lot C; no injuries; reports completed by Campus Safety and Laramie County Sheriff’s Office.
Campus Safety documented code violation in Recreation and Athletic Center.
Campus Safety and the Laramie County Sheriff’s Office responded to a complaint of a subject acting suspiciously in the Science Building. The subject was assessed to be non-threatening. Both agencies completed incident reports.
Campus Safety completed an incident report pertaining to a report of another vehicle having possibly damaged a parked vehicle in Parking Lot M.
Campus Safety observed loose livestock on campus near the Agriculture Building. The officers contacted the barn manager and assisted with corralling the livestock.
While on routine patrol, a Campus Safety officer observed college signage that had been blown down by high winds. Plant personnel were notified to make the repairs.
Campus Safety completed an incident report pertaining to a two-car motor vehicle accident in Parking Lot B. There were no injuries.
Campus Safety completed an incident report pertaining to an injury reportedly sustained by an individual outside of the Career and Technical Building. Campus Safety assisted with first aid and medical personnel responded.