Crime Report 9/13/13
• On Sept. 8 at 3:00 p.m., Emory police received a call from three students reporting a car break-in at the CVS Pharmacy on North Decatur Rd. According to the individuals, the rear passenger window was broken, and their book bags were removed from the car. Three MacBook Pros and various textbooks were stolen from the vehicle. DeKalb Police is handling the investigation.
• On Sept. 6 at 3:12 a.m., officers responded to a report of an underage intoxicated male student located on Eagle Row. When confronted by officers, the individual said he was at Maggie’s Neighborhood Bar and Grill and that he had consumed alcohol at that location. The individual’s roommate offered to take care of the student, and officers gave the intoxicated individual a verbal warning in lieu of a write up.
• On Sept 8 at 1:47 a.m., EPD received a call regarding an male individual who was underage and intoxicated on the third floor of the Longstreet-Means Residence Hall. The report said that DeKalb Rescue arrived and found that individual was too intoxicated to be interviewed. The individual was then transported to Emory Hospital. The incident has been turned over to Campus Life.
• On Sept. 8 a 2:30 a.m., Emory police received a call from a shuttle driver in Woodruff Circle who spotted an unknown male subject throwing signs at that location. The individual was throwing bus stop location signs at the Dobbs University Center. The signs were damaged, and the incident has been turned over to an investigator.
• On Sept. 6, Emory police received a call from an Emory staff member located at Alabama Hall. According to the staff member, an individual claiming to be a Comcast contractor said he needed access to the third floor wiring. He also told the staff member he was from University Telecommunications. The staff member denied his entrance, and the suspect left the building without incident.
— Compiled by Asst. News Editor Dustin Slade