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Oct. 23, 5:08 p.m. — Xavier Police assisted residence life with a room search in the Commons Apartments. A small amount of drug paraphernalia and a fictitiousID was confiscated.
Oct. 24, 12:35 a.m.— Xavier Police assisted Physical Plant with a water damage report in Fenwick Place. A leaking toilet had flooded water out of the bathroom and into the common room.
Oct. 24, 11:14 p.m.— A non-student found inside Fenwick Place and Smith Hall. They were issued a criminal trespass warning and sent on their way.
Oct. 27, 2:28 a.m.— Two underage non-students found drinking in a vehicle in the R2 lot were issued criminal trespass warnings and were sent on their way. Car keys were confiscated until the next morning as well.
Oct. 27, 3:33 p.m.— An employee at the All-For-One shop at University Station reported three juveniles had a stolen a pair of AirPods headphones and had left the store. The area was searched by Xavier Police, but suspects were unable to be located.
Oct. 28, 1:40 a.m. — Xavier Police, Cincinnati Fire and Residence Life responded to a fire alarm in Brockman Hall. The source was unable to be determined.
Oct. 29, 1:41 p.m. — Xavier Police assisted a disabled motorist at Dana Avenue and Francis Xavier Way. An occupant was found to have an arrest warrant. The suspect was taken into custody and released to Madeira Police Department.
Nov. 1, 7:30 p.m. — An RA in Fenwick Place returned a Xavier Police traffic cone discovered when a student was walking with it on the second floor. The student was cited for misuse of property under the code of conduct.
Nov. 1, 7:55 p.m. — A patron attending the Men’s basketball game in Cintas Center reported that someone in the stall next to them slid a camera into their stall while they were using the restroom. The suspect was confronted and fled the area. The suspect was unable to be located.
Note of the Week
“One of these is unlocked, right?”
Nov. 2, 9:57 a.m. — Xavier Police received reports of two vehicles rummaged through overnight in the Village parking lot. One of the victims reported several small personal items of little value taken from the vehicle. A follow up investigation identified a suspect on surveillance cameras entering the parking lot on a bicycle at 6:45 a.m. The suspect checked car door handles for approximately 10 minutes, before leaving the area on the bicycle. The individual was last seen going down Victory Parkway toward Eden Park. A vehicle was broken into, causing damage. A pair of sunglasses was stolen.
Week in Review
- A Scottish man had to be rescued from a cliff after fleeing a colony of aggressive seals. Authorities said the man had been fishing when he encountered the group of 50 gray seals and their pups, which became agitated. He then climbed up a cliff to escape but became stuck about three quarters of the way up. Rescuers lowered a coast guard officer down to him, and he escaped unscathed (Nov. 5).
- A statue of Liverpool soccer star Mohamed Salah has garnered quite the reaction for its resemblance to anything but its subject. The statue depicts Salah with his arms spread in out celebration after scoring a goal. Viewers have taken to social media to compare it to 1970s singer Leo Sayer, cartoon characters Beavis and Butt-Head and Marv Merchant from the Home Alone films (Nov. 5)
- Idris Elba was named People’s “Sexiest Man Alive” for 2018. The London-raised actor is known for playing drug kingpin Russell “Stringer” Bell in HBO’s series The Wire and Heimdall in the Thor franchise. “Looked in the mirror, I checked myself out. I was like, ‘Yeah, you are kind of sexy today,’” Elba said of his reaction to hearing the news (Nov. 6).
This post was assembled by U.S. & World News Editor Jack Dunn.