At 2:07 p.m. June 1, an officer was dispatched to a women’s bathroom on the second floor of the Main Building after a caller reported a female vomiting, but who did not want an ambulance. Police said when they arrived she was “sweating profusely and her face was flushed.” She told police she had combined prescription medications Allegra D and Amoxicillin for her sinus infection. She also had not eaten that day. She was on campus with her son for new student orientation. Her son arrived with transportation and the officer recommended she contact her doctor for medical advice.
At 3:47 p.m. June 1, an officer was dispatched to assist a student who reported her wallet stolen. She said she arrived to her class at 10:15 a.m. in room 303 of the Science Building. She put her coat on the back of her chair, which had her wallet zipped up in the side pocket. At 11:15 a.m. she went to the bathroom. She left class at 12:30 p.m. and noticed her wallet was gone. It was not at the campus police station’s lost and found or anywhere in the classroom. The item stolen was a red, white and blue zippered wallet valued at $45, containing her debit card, driver’s license, and other cards. She said there was no cash or anything of value in the wallet. There are no suspects at this time.
At 10:55 p.m. June 1, an intrusion alarm went off near the Financial Aid Office in the Main Building. EPS security advised it came from the north door. The alarm panel was sounding in the cashier’s office but no signs of entry or anyone inside. GRCC Police Dispatch reviewed security cameras and saw a custodian was checking the door in that area. Officer made contact with the custodian and he said the alarm went off when he was checking the doors. The alarm panel was reset.
Burglary, Forced Entry
At 10:51 a.m. June 4, a Grand Rapids Community College police officer was dispatched to the corner of Barclay and Lyon, where construction is going on for the college’s new preschool. The complainant said it looked like someone tried to break into the trailer on site. That morning he opened the door and realized there was no power when he tried to turn on the lights. After checking the breaker box just outside the trailer, he saw that several breakers were switched off. Two screens were on the ground near the trailer. He turned the power back on before calling the police. The officer found smudges on the window where the screen and frame were gone, like someone had tried to slide it open. He saw the same thing on the other window, only the screen was cut out from the frame. Fingerprints were taken from each window and the three taken the from the south-facing window were of the same print. Nothing was missing or out of place in the trailer or anywhere on the construction site.