Police beat: Week of 10/14
10/07/2014 2:24 p.m.
A resident director requested an officer to meet at Osprey Hall while a student was moving out due to his suspension. The officer stood by while the resident collected his belongings and followed him off of campus without any issues.
10/07/2014 4:36 p.m.
A dog was found swimming in front of the North Lake waterfront, and was brought to the bathhouse with no identification. The individual who found the dog advised that they will take the dog to Lee County Animal Control.
10/07/2014 4:57 a.m.
A complainant reported an intoxicated male in the lobby of Biscayne Hall. EMS was dispatched, but the subject refused transport. He stated that he is attempting to join a fraternity and members of the frat “made” him consume a large amount of vodka as a condition to get into the fraternity.
10/08/2014 5:50 p.m.
A South Village resident reported that she had received a threatening phone call from a blocked telephone number. She recognized the voice and requested to speak with an officer about the situation.
10/09/2014 8:25 a.m.
A housing employee in West Lake Village requested assistance with keying into the room of an unruly resident who refused to open the bedroom door. The resident was detained in accordance with the Baker Act, which allows for the involuntary examination of people suspected to be mentally ill and a danger to themselves or others.