Nov. 9, 1:45 a.m.Fahey-McLane residence hallHanover Police took an intoxicated male member of the Class of 2015 into protective custody after an officer found him dropping condoms filled with water from his second-floor window in Fahey Hall onto pedestrians below. When questioned, the student admitted that he "couldn't find a better use for [the condoms]." The student was charged with consumption of alcohol by a minor and was released later that evening to his mother.
Nov. 10, 4:12 a.m.Hanover True ValueAn unidentified individual broke into the Hanover True Value hardware store stealing a buffer, the store's entire inventory of tarnish remover and paints. It is assumed that the thief was wearing gloves, as no fingerprints were found on the scene. Footage from the store's security cameras did not show said individual's face, but did reveal that the suspect is anywhere from 5'8" to 6'0" and has a large, silver, cylindrical frame. The investigation is ongoing.
Nov. 11, 6:23 p.m.McLaughling Residential ClusterSafety and Security officers and Dartmouth Emergency Medical Services responded to a Good Samaritan call and found a female member of the Class of 2015 vomiting in a first-floor restroom. Safety and Security determined that the student was not intoxicated, and she was transferred to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center for diagnosis and treatment. Further testing revealed that the student had contracted salmonella from consuming undercooked baked goods in Class of 1953 Commons. The student was discharged the following morning and has decided not to file a lawsuit against Dartmouth Dining Services.
Nov. 12, 2:33 a.m.West Wheelock StreetHanover Police responded to a noise complaint early Saturday morning from a Hanover homeowner and found a large group of male students playing a noisy game of sidewalk hopscotch just outside her home. The officer escorted the students off the premises and back to their fraternities Theta Delta Chi, Alpha Delta and Phi Delta Alpha. Before leaving the Safety and Security car, one student from Theta Delta Chi fraternity apologized for causing trouble and asserted that the students had only been trying to "make their own fun."
**Courtesy of Director of Safety and Security and College Proctor Harry Kinne
Compiled by Myrel Iturrey*