Spring Street Blues – The Williams Record
7:46 a.m. Theater and Dance Center 62: Daycare services reported damage to a free-standing light on the southeast side of the center. It is not known when the light was damaged, and supervisory staff notified Electrical Trades, who repaired the fixture.
7:50 a.m. Williams College Bookstore: Campus Security Services (CSS) officers responded to a report of vandalism and discovered the men’s and women’s washrooms had both been vandalized. The men’s room had broken toilet paper dispensers and toilet paper was lodged in the toilet. The women’s room had a broken toilet paper dispenser. Officers took photos for documentation. The owners believe the damage may have been caused on Saturday evening.
9:05 p.m. Garfield House: Officers responded for a medical assessment. A student reported an accident while riding his scooter on Stetson Court, near the Jewish Religious Center. No other vehicle was involved. 911 was activated and the Northern Berkshire EMS Emergency Service responded and transported the student to BMC North.
5:43 am Prospect House: The Williamstown Police Department (WPD) received an open line 911 activation. CSS arrived in the area but could not locate the source of the activation.
2:30 p.m. Greylock Quad: The Horticulture and Grounds Manager reported damaged trees.
4:10 p.m. A student reported missing his backpack. The student had last seen it at Driscoll Dining Hall around 1 p.m. The backpack contained Air Pod Pros, a MacBook Pro, and a wallet with cash in it. Officers completed a stolen item report and sent a copy to the Williamstown Police Department. They also filled out a wireless flight request form and emailed it to [email protected]
8:27 a.m. Perry House: Officers responded to an incense holder and incense stick left unattended. The incense had been burnt before. An officer placed the material in an evidence bag and recorded it in the evidence / drugs / paraphernalia control log.
9:21 a.m .: Officers responded to a report of a motor vehicle accident on Park Street and notified the WPD.
2:06 p.m. Hollander Hall: Officers responded to the parking lot with a report of a student falling off his bicycle and requesting a ride to the health center. Officers assisted the student and called the Northern Berkshire Transport Service to transport the student to the health center.
8:22 p.m.: A student’s parents requested a welfare check because they had not heard from the student for four days.
12:12 am Williams Hall: An officer responded to a report of a burning smell from a micro-refrigerator that had since been unplugged. Upon arrival, the officer checked the microwave oven and did not smell anything burnt and did not see anything burnt or melted. The CSS submitted a work order to have it checked to ensure it was safe.
6:09 PM Paresky Center: Officers responded to a report of people skateboarding. They found three local teenagers doing tours on the east side of Paresky.
3:31 AM Dodd House: Officers responded to a report of a loud party on the porch. Upon arrival, officers found seven students sitting in a circle listening to music, eating snacks and conversing.
4:09 AM Morgan Hall: Officers responded to a fire alarm. The sign indicated an activated pulling station in the hallway on the second floor.
6:45 a.m. Towne Field House: Dispatch received an alarm from the AED (Emergency Defibrillator) unit. Officers found an athletic staff member on the phone who may have leaned against the door of the AED unit, causing the alarm to activate.
9:16 PM Poker Flats: Agents responded to a noise complaint and spoke with two students.
10:28 pm Annex Tyler: Officers identified a large group in the basement, where the room capacity is 26. Upon entering, officers found approximately 60 people in the space dancing to loud music. and drinking beer.
12:13 AM Wood House: Dispatch received a call about a student who fell and chipped a tooth outside of Wood House. Officers found the student sitting on the floor with friends and found the student to be very consistent and able to answer any questions the officers asked. The student was feeling well and refused to go to the hospital. Paramedics arrived and assessed the student. The student was not transported.
12:22 AM Poker Flats: Agents responded to an activation of 911. The WPD arrived at the same time as CSS agents, who found a group of 21 students in the field with a small grill listening to music and drinking a packet of 30 beers. The officers explained to the students why they responded to the area, spoke briefly with the students, and left.
12:39 AM Wood House: While responding to a medical call on the lawn on the north side of the house, officers saw a dozen or more students entering through the main entrance. Once the medical scene was secured and paramedics arrived, officers approached the building and found about 15-20 unmasked students gathered in the main hall and about 10 more in the common room on the east side. of the building. Officers found about 25 to 35 additional students in the basement not wearing masks. No alcoholic beverages were found in the area, but several empty beer cans were strewn all over the place.
2:54 p.m. Paresky Center: Officers responded to a fire alarm. The cause of the alarm was smoke from cooking on a hotplate.
9:19 p.m. Maison Lambert: Officers responded to the front porch after residents reported it was collapsing. Officers found that the right side of the porch had collapsed and dispatch reported the incident to Architectural Trades. The entrance was blocked and signs were put up asking students to use the back door and advising them not to enter this area.