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Thursday, March 31

12 p.m. A student reported the theft of their locked bicycle from the north side of Asia House. The bicycle is a black, 18-speed K2 Enemy.

Friday, April 1

9:58 p.m. Officers and members of the Oberlin Fire Department responded to a fire alarm on the second floor of Harkness House. Smoke from burning incense activated the alarm, which was then reset.

9:33 a.m. Facilities staff reported damage to the roof of Severance Hall. A roofing company discovered approximately 50 clay tiles damaged, estimating approximately $3,000 in repairs.

Saturday, April 2

11:22 a.m. Residents of Keep Cottage reported a break-in after an unknown person or persons broke a window and tore a screen on the east side of the building. A backpack containing a Dell laptop and Bluetooth headphones was reported missing, along with a student ID that was left on a table in a lounge. The Oberlin Police Department was contacted and, after conducting an investigation, arrested and charged a non-College individual with burglary.

11:44 p.m. Officers responded to a noise complaint at a Union Street Housing Complex. An unauthorized party was taking place with approximately 100 students in attendance. All attendees were asked to leave and subsequently complied.

Sunday, April 3

12:48 p.m. Officers responded to a report of a foul odor on the third floor of Dascomb Hall. The odor was coming from the kitchenette refrigerator. The kitchen was closed and a work order was filed for cleaning.

1:06 p.m. Officers and members of the Oberlin Fire Department responded to a fire alarm at a Union Street Housing Complex. Smoke from a dirty stove burner activated the alarm, which was then reset.

Monday, April 4

7:40 a.m. Custodial staff reported a green loveseat missing from the main lounge in Barrows Hall. The loveseat was last seen on Friday, April 1.

Tuesday, April 5

8:41 a.m. Custodial staff reported non-offensive graffiti in a basement level men’s bathroom in Wilder Hall. The graffiti was written in purple and red ink on a stall and on a toilet paper dispenser. Similar graffiti was also found in a room on the second floor.

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