• The Emory Police Department (EPD) received a call from an Emory staff member on Nov. 9 who stated that there was a male subject walking through the Rollins School of Public Health building on the seventh floor. The subject was attempting to sell books, but he left before the officers arrived and could not be located. Information was turned over to an investigator.
• On Nov. 8 at around 6 a.m., EPD found a female subject sleeping in a room in the Burlington Road Building. She claimed she was waiting to meet a graduate student there. This is the same woman who is thought to be homeless and has been spotted on campus on numerous occasions. Because of prior incidents, Emory Police officers issued her a permanent trespass, which she signed and said she understood. However, the next day she was found at the Goizueta Business School and was refusing to leave. She was arrested and transported to the DeKalb County Jail.
• In Smith Hall on Nov. 8 around 1 a.m. EPD received a call from a Resident Advisor (RA), who said that there was a non-Emory student sleeping in the hall. The individual was a black male born in 1977 who claimed to be there to meet his girlfriend. According to the RA, individuals are not allowed to be in the residence hall without an Emory student. He cooperated and left the hall.
• In Dobbs Hall on Nov. 7 at around 10 p.m., there was criminal trespass and property damage on the first floor. The complaint came from a male Emory student who said he left his room at around 9 p.m. and when he returned his desk had been flipped over and his sheets ripped off. His printer and various other items were also damaged. However, he does not believe that any of his items were taken, and his roommate’s items were left undisturbed. The situation was handed over to an investigator.
— Compiled by Staff Writer Nicholas Sommariva