At 1:30 a.m. there was a call about an intoxicated underage male at Oxford Hall. He refused medical attention and was written up for violating the student code of conduct.
At 3 a.m. criminal mischief took place inside of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) building, which is set to be torn down. There was evidence of vandalism. Five hours later, there was a break-in at the Heritage House. Someone entered through the back door and rummaged through the property.
Around 5:30 p.m. there was a report of disorderly conduct by three males in a red vehicle outside of Memorial Gym. They were yelling out at an individual and the situation falls under University of Maine Police Department’s (UMPD) ongoing investigation of recent harassments.
At 11 p.m. there was a noise complaint made by an RA at Somerset Hall. When the officer arrived at the scene there was no longer any loudness but people still gathered in the room. Thirty minutes later, criminal mischief took place in Androscoggin Hall, with damage to multiple exit signs.
At 5 a.m. there was a call from Rangeley Rd. regarding a suspicious person sleeping on the couch of a common room on campus. The subject was a male visiting from Massachusetts that did not arrange a proper place to stay overnight.
An information complaint was made by a pedestrian crossing the street around 11 a.m. after obscenities were shouted at them by a driver. Also at that time was a reported theft at the New Balance Recreation Center. The caller claimed their backpack may have been stolen. There are currently no suspects and the bag has yet to be located.
At 5:30 p.m. there was a noise complaint made regarding loud males at the parking lot near Beta fraternity house. By the time officers arrived, they had already vacated the premises.
Around 3:30 p.m. there was a reported theft at York. An individual noticed multiple hockey trading cards, each valued at $10, had gone missing.
At 5 p.m. a hit and run occurred on Long Rd. The victim was waiting to turn left onto Gannet Road. and another driver rear ended him. This caused minor damage to the bumper, valued at less than $2,000.
At 9 p.m. there was an information complaint from Oxford. Someone had mistakenly opened mail that did not belong to them.
Nothing to report.