Police blotter for Dec. 1, 2006
November 16, 2006
• Beginning Wednesday, motorcycles will not be allowed to park in E-Lot, N-Lot and O-Lot. Motorcycle parking in these areas is prohibited to aid in the snow removal process. Motorcycles remaining in these spaces after Wednesday will be cited for no parking. The spots will be available again in the spring after snow melts.
• Student parking permit spaces will be enforced Sunday at 6 p.m. through Tuesday at 4:30 p.m., and will break during the Thanksgiving holiday. Enforcement of permit spaces resumes Nov. 26 at 6 p.m. Faculty and staff permit spaces, restricted spaces, fire lanes and meters are enforced 12 months a year.
• Questions about either of these issues can be directed to the Parking Department at 425-3333.
• Anthony M. Brown, 21, was fined $109 for loud and unnecessary noise. At 11:50 p.m. Nov. 9, River Falls Police were called to 119 W. Charlotte St., where a party was going on. According to reports, people were milling around the property and loud music was evident when police pulled up.
Brown refused to allow police enter the residence and said he would shut down the party and tell everyone to go home.
• A yellow Mongoose 24-speed mountain bike was stolen from the May Hall bike rack. The bicycle is valued at $80.
• Clayton H. Anderson, 19, was fined $249 for underage consumption in May Hall.
• A bottle of Methylin and $240 in cash were stolen between 5:10 p.m. and 5:45 p.m. from room 128 in Stratton Hall.
The room was unintentionally left unlocked when the two residents left to get something to eat, according to reports. Nothing was out of place when they returned, except for the medication and money, which had been in a dresser drawer.
• A purple leather purse containing a credit card, check card, checkbook, cell phone and $45 in cash was stolen around 1 p.m. from room 305 in Klienpell Fine Arts.
The owner of the purse said she left the room for 10 minutes and found her $125 worth of belongings gone when she returned.
• The tan three-in-one recycling bin located on the first floor of North Hall was stolen last weekend. It was last seen Nov. 10, and is valued at $700.