Campus crime reports Jan. 24-Jan. 30
A resident assistant reported the discovery of a dead duck at the entrance of the Rose Garden dorms on campus around 12:05 a.m. Officers arrived at the location and requested assistance.
A student received an email alert that was determined to be a monetary scam. The email requested for the student deposit a false check to obtain a bank account number. The student did not follow through with the email.
Jennifer Olivier, 18, of Metairie, was arrested and released on a misdemeanor summons when officers observed marijuana odors coming from a vehicle during a foot patrol in Olivier Parking Tower. Officers also discovered 3.5 grams of marijuana, a metal grinder, black plastic tube, a plastic bag and one cigarillo containing tobacco.
The alarm inside of the Ragin’ Cajun store on St. Mary Boulevard was triggered at 3:49 a.m. when Sean Michael Richard, 28, of Lafayette, broke in. Items stolen by Richard include Orbit chewing gum, Hot Fries, Peanut M&M’s, Jack Link’s beef jerky, Ragin’ Cajun apparel and Sour Punch Straws.
A student reported sustaining a hand injury while skateboarding near Fletcher Hall due to broken tree branches around 10 a.m. Facility maintenance was notified following the report.
Officers were dispatched to Legacy Park around 7:30 p.m. in response to a reported sound of gunshots coming from Girard Park. Investigation of the area and speaking to individuals in the park yielded no evidence to the claim.
An investigation was conducted around 1 p.m. regarding the report of a stolen canister of sugar at 200 E. Devalcourt St.
A brown leather Fossil wallet was reported lost. The wallet was said to contain a driver’s license, insurance card and $120 in cash.
Officers received a report of a stolen MacBook Pro and a pair of grey welder gloves from Burke-Hawthorne Hall around 10:25 a.m.