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Police Reports, March 31

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Photo by Lauren WintherBy Lauren Winther

Personal Assist

3/31/14

While on patrol, campus police were waved down by a pedestrian at the corner of Ransom AVE and Lyon Street. The pedestrian alerted that his vehicle, which was parked in a metered parking space, was on fire. According to the report, the vehicle had flames coming from the front. Campus police were able to put out the flames by using a fire extinguisher. Grand Rapids Fire Department was contacted and also used water to halt any burring inside the engine compartment. The pedestrian waited for his wife to arrive on the scene before moving the vehicle.

Violation of Controlled Substance

3/31/14

Officers were dispatched to a Violation of Controlled Substance complaint at the Campus Police Department front desk. A Student came in to pick up a laptop/ laptop case that were just turned in to the lost and found. Dispatch advised that they could smell marijuana without opening the bag. Upon opening it officers found marijuana and smoking paraphernalia. The student was ran through the Law Enforcement Information Network where his name came back clear without any warrants. The student was given a citation for Use of Marijuana while his substances were taken into evidence.

Violation of Controlled Substance

3/31/14

While assisting another vehicle, on level 6 in the Bostwick Ramp officers noticed a student in a nearby vehicle to be smoking out of a pipe. One officer approached the nearby vehicle, once the student rolled down the window, the campus officer could smell marijuana. The student was also hiding his left hand between in the seat, to conceal the pipe that he had. Once he finished up assisting the other vehicle, another officer checked the car. The student was placed in handcuffs and taken to the campus police department. Once there he was interviewed and ran through the Law Enforcement Information Network where his name came back clear. He was issued a misdemeanor citation and his substances were taken into evidence.