Campus crime reports Jan. 30-Feb. 3
Officers met with several Lafayette City Police (LPD) units outside of Coronna Hall around 12:30 a.m. The LPD had arrested several individuals in regards to an incident that originated off campus and stopped from entering from campus.
An individual reported a men’s restroom located at the dog park on 91 St. Julien Ave. was damaged by a fire. Officers arrived on the scene around 10:20 a.m. and discovered the fire was not in progress.
Officers responded to a call regarding a student falling in class in Griffin Hall around 2 p.m. The student was transported to a local hospital.
Around 3 p.m., a female student notified police her wallet was missing. The student said her brown leather wallet contained a Chase debit card, Amazon credit card, Visa credit card and a Sony credit card.
A Bonin Hall resident assistant reported flooding in a hallway. Officers arrived at 2:17 a.m. and determined the cause of flooding was from a student who fell asleep while filling the bathtub.
A student reported that her beige 2007 Mini Cooper had been stolen from Cajun Field at 11:40 a.m. It was later determined her vehicle was being repossessed and had been removed by the finance company.
Around 10 p.m., a student reported his wallet was missing. His wallet, which contained miscellaneous cards, was suspected to be somewhere between the Student Union and Oliver Hall.
An individual complained that someone had damaged his motorcycle on Jan. 30 and refused to reimburse for the necessary repairs. Officers recorded several pictures of the damage and conducted a routine investigation.