VUPD Report March 26-31, 2017

March 26, 2017

 

Medical
At 1:17 AM, officers and Valpo Fire/Rescue responded to Mound Street for an intoxicated student.  Valpo Fire/Rescue transported the student to the Valparaiso Medical Center.

 

Battery
At 1:22 AM, while officers were on Mound Street for an intoxicated student, officers were advised of a battery that had occurred earlier in the night.  Officers spoke with students involved and a report was taken.

 

Welfare Check
At 1:30 PM, officers responded to Brandt Hall for a report of a missing student.  The student was with a friend and was okay.

 

Medical
At 10:56 PM, an officer and Valpo Fire/Rescue responded to Brandt Hall for a student who was complaining of nausea and head pain.  Valpo Fire/Rescue transported the student to the Valparaiso Medical Center.

 

March 27, 2017

 

Medical
At 8:53 AM, an officer and Valpo Fire/Rescue responded to Neils Science Center for a student who was complaining of chest pain.  Valpo Fire/Rescue transported the student to the Valparaiso Medical Center.

 

Assist Other Jurisdiction
At 9:56 PM, an officer responded to Alumni Hall to assist Porter County Sheriff’s Police with serving an arrest warrant on a student.

 

March 28, 2018

 

Vehicle Tow
At 9:13 AM, an officer responded to the Neils Science Center east lot to assist the Parking and Transportation Department with a vehicle tow for parking violations.

 

March 29, 2017

 

Counterfeit Parking Permit
At 9:36 AM, a staff member reported a student had a counterfeit parking permit.  The incident is under investigation.

 

Found Marijuana
At 10:30 AM, an officer responded to Lot 2 for a report of found marijuana.  The officer confiscated the marijuana.

 

March 31, 2017

 

Medical
At 11:09 PM, officers and Valpo Fire/Rescue responded to Alumni Hall for an intoxicated student.  Valpo Fire/Rescue transported the student to the Valparaiso Medical Center.

 

10-43
When walking at night be aware of your surroundings.  Try to walk with someone or a group of people when possible.  Always walk in well-lit, highly visible areas

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