Police Notes & Month in Review – 1/10/2018

Photo courtesy of New York Magazine | Someone in the United Kingdom watched the Bee Movie 357 times.

Police Notes

Dec. 13, 10:07 p.m. — Xavier Police arrested a non-student in front of the Jesuit residence on an outstanding traffic warrant. The non-student was released to Lockland Police.

Dec. 14, 1:28 a.m. — Two students and one non-student who were suspected of smoking marijuana on Hayden Field were warned and sent on their way.

Dec. 14, 4:13 a.m. — Residence Life reported damage to two water fountains on the third floor of Fenwick Place.

Dec. 14, 8:36 p.m. — A non-student acting suspicious in Smith Hall was warned of trespassing and sent on their way.

Jan. 2, 10:39 p.m. — A non-student was arrested on the Academic Mall on an outstanding traffic warrant and was released to the Hamilton County Sherriff’s department. The suspect was cited and released.

Jan. 3, 4:27 p.m. — A student reported they were the victim of a hiring scam over the Internet, which occurred sometime over the winter break. U.S. Bank was notified.

Jan. 5, 9:05 p.m. — Xavier Police assisted Residence Life with a room search in Fenwick Place. Drug paraphernalia and alcohol were confiscated. Residence Life will follow up.

Jan. 7, 7:45 p.m. — A student reported damage to their room over the winter break. Residence Life and Physical Plant were notified.

Jan. 7, 8 p.m. — Xavier Police assisted Residence Life with a room search in Fenwick Place. A small amount of drugs was confiscated. Residence Life will follow up.

Note of the Week

“Must have been piping hot”

Dec. 28, 8:18 p.m. — Xavier Police, Cincinnati Fire and Physical Plant responded to O’Connor Sports Center for a fire alarm. A broken water pipe that was steaming activated the alarm.

Month in Review

  • Netflix’s 2017 year in review revealed that one anonymous person in the United Kingdom watched Dreamwork’s Bee Movie 357 times during the year (Dec. 11).
  • A British surgeon admitted to branding the livers of two patients in 2013 with his initials. He has since been suspended from his position and will be sentenced on Jan. 12 (Dec. 14).
  • Apple admitted to slowing down older iPhones when releasing software updates as a way to offset problems with older batteries (Dec. 21).
  • Japanese police want to question YouTuber Logan Paul after he posted a video depicting him finding the body of someone who had recently committed suicide while in a forest at the base of Mount Fuji (Jan. 4).
  • Astronaut John Young died at age 87. He is one of only three people to have been to the moon on two separate occasions (Jan 5).

This post was assembled by U.S. & World News Editor Kevin Thomas.