In latest incident reports, police responded to missing property and a run-away pool deck cleaning machine.
A missing wallet, reported to campus police on Thursday, Feb. 19, was promptly returned to the student —who suspected it had been stolen — by a good samaritan.
A student reported he had placed his wallet and backpack in a Testing Center locker that day. He said he did not understand how to secure the locker door properly and had left it unlocked.
As Officer Jeremy Bohannon reviewed surveillance footage of the area, a visitor to the college, unnamed in the report, brought the missing wallet to police.
She said she and several others had difficulty using the lockers correctly.
She had seen someone opening several lockers and saw the wallet fall from one of the lockers.
The unnamed visitor brought the wallet to the campus police department. The owner of the wallet confirmed it was his property and that nothing was missing.
A part-time worker in the Aquatic Center was injured when a Zamboni machine, used for cleaning the pool deck, ran over his foot.
It was reported on Friday, Feb. 27, that a 7-year-old boy visiting the facility “saw the Zamboni machine and pushed its start button.”
The Zamboni, under its own propulsion, ran over the heel of a lifeguard and left an abrasion. After treating the wound with an icepack, the injured worker refused further medical attention and returned to work.
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