Police officers in Hartford, Vt., and Lebanon, N.H., were called on the evening of Oct. 9 to investigate a disturbance that may have been associated with an instance of fraternity hazing at the College, Hartford Police officer Karl Ebbighausen said in an interview with The Dartmouth. The Hartford Police Department provided Safety and Security a copy of the police report, which suggests that Dartmouth students may have been directly involved in the incident, although Ebbighausen could not provide the names of the individuals or confirm that the perpetrators were students at the College, Ebbighausen said. On the evening in question, police received a call from a woman on Christian Street in Hartford who had heard loud banging on her door that seemed to signal an attempt to break and enter. When officers arrived, however, they encountered a group of young men pounding on a nearby U-Haul moving truck, which contained other young men, and determined that the resulting noise had caused the disturbance heard by the woman. The individuals involved were not charged, and were shortly released with no citations, Ebbighausen said. Director of Safety and Security and College Proctor Harry Kinne did not return requests for comment by press time.