FRIDAY- September 22
A motor vehicle accident occurred at Lake Street and East Drive. The vehicle entering Lake Street from East Drive failed to yield to the right-of-way of a westbound vehicle. Extensive damage was done to both vehicles.
A theft occurred in the Clark Building C-wing. Someone took a phone from an individual who was dozing in the hallway.
A theft was reported to officers. A housing employee accidentally left her phone on a plane. The victim found out that an individual in Philadelphia has her phone and is trying to get the individual to return the phone to the phone provider.
A suspicious incident was reported in the Ramskellar. The manager found the door to his office was open, but nothing was missing.
An individual was contacted at Plum Street and Meridian Drive. He claimed he was assaulted off campus. He was intoxicated and did not want to talk with police or be seen by paramedics.
A noise complaint was made at the International House. Officers told the residents to quiet down.
A 911 hang-up occurred at University Village. When officers responded, it was only a child playing with the phone.
SATURDAY- September 23
A welfare check was made at Durward Hall. The individual was transported to Poudre Valley Hospital.
A fire alarm was set off at Morgan Library and at Aggie Village, both due to equipment problems.
A drug complaint was made at Ingersoll Hall. Officers contacted the individuals in the room and received consent for search of the room, which revealed marijuana and other drug-related items.
SUNDAY- September 24
CSUPD assisted Poudre Fire Authority with a dumpster fire at Cambridge House Apartments.
CSUPD assisted Fort Collins Police Services with a shooting behind Avogadro’s Number.