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first_imgThe following incidents were reported in the USC Dept. of Public Safety incident summary from Tuesday, April 3.View Roundup 04-05 in a larger mapCrimes against propertyAt 2:55 p.m., a student in Troy Hall reported that she discovered her USC ID missing and subsequently learned that a suspect had used it to make multiple unauthorized purchases on her discretionary account.Miscellaneous incidentsat 7:02 p.m., DPS officers contacted a student who was observed driving a vehicle near 29th and Orchard streets that appeared to have been recently damaged, and he informed them that he had just been involved in a traffic collision with a staff member. The student was not injured and he stated that LAPD officers had assisted him and the staff member in exchanging information prior to the DPS officers contacting him.at 4:43 p.m., a student reported that she mistakenly gave a Soto Street Building access card to an unidentified non-USC female who was not authorized to use it and the subject did not return it after leaving the premises. A staff member subsequently requested that the card be deactivated for security purposes.At 11:29 a.m., a staff member reported that a large poster and an envelope containing a letter from a student organization had been placed on President C. L. Max Nikias’ vehicle while it was parked in Parking Lot 5.at 11:29 a.m., DPS officers responded to a report of a suspect loitering outside a classroom at May Ormerod Harris Hall and detained him for investigation. The suspect was arrested for trespassing and, after being transported to SW station, he was found in possession of a phone that he claimed to have purchased out of state. The officers subsequently determined that the phone belonged to a student. When they contacted the student he stated that it was taken from his residence without permission. The suspect was booked for receiving stolen property.last_img

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