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Week of July 22, 2013

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Employee reports assault by co-workers

An employee at the North Campus Research Complex told police June 19 that he had been assaulted by co-workers on multiple occasions since April 2013. One of the assaults reportedly involved a suspect using a pocket knife or key to cut some of the victim’s hair. The victim did not seek medical treatment after any of the incidents. The criminal investigation has been closed because the victim does not want to pursue prosecution, but a personnel investigation has been conducted.

Nurse assaulted by patient

A nurse at the Cardiovascular Center told police that she was grabbed several times by an unruly patient on June 10. The 50-year-old patient also reportedly made inappropriate comments to the nurse. The case has been closed because the nurse does not want to
pursue prosecution.

South Quad construction area vandalized

Hallways, a kitchen and an elevator panel in South Quadrangle residence hall reportedly were vandalized with spray paint by a subject who broke into the building between 10:30 p.m. June 21 and 5:30 a.m. June 22. A fire extinguisher also was discharged. The building currently is being renovated and is closed. Police have no suspects in the incident.

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