On the Record

Stealin’ wheels

April 4, 1:58 p.m., a student’s bicycle was stolen from outside the Rock Cafe, and her friend saw someone riding it at Northland Flats Apartments. An officer made contact with the man seen riding it and got the bike back. The student did not want to press charges.

Are you in good hands?

April 5, 10:10 a.m., a subject was stopped leaving one of Ferris’ parking lots for a traffic violation. The officers discovered the subject did not have insurance with him in the vehicle and the subject did not think he had insurance. The officers found he had not had insurance for over a year. The subject was given a citation for no insurance and had to park the car until he got insurance.

Don’t do drugs, kids

April 5, 11:16 p.m., a student took LSD, and was hallucinating and acting distraught. The police were called, the student was transported to hospital and was treated for his conditions. The student went to the Department of Public Safety the following day and informed officers he got the LSD from another student. Officers are currently seeking warrants for both the students and they were both referred to the Office of Student Conduct.

Step one: don’t leave valuables in car

April 8, 12:13 p.m., one of several cars was broken into in Cardinal Court. A student did not lock his car doors and had a computer, backpack and books taken from his car. Officers are still investigating the case.

Step two: lock your car

April 8, 3:06 p.m., another car from Cardinal Court was broken into because the student did not lock their car. The suspect attempted to use a stolen credit card at Walmart. Officers have identified the subject who broke into the cars but have yet to apprehend the subject.

Step three: nothing gets stolen

April 8, 10:02 p.m., a third car from Cardinal Court was stolen from. This student also did not lock their doors. Officers are still investigating the case.

‘Tis but a flesh wound

April 9, 5:47 p.m., a group of friends — a male and multiple females — were punching each other in the arms when the male punched one of the females in the chest instead of the arm. The female reported it and the male said the female had punched him in the face the other week, but the female wanted to press charges. The case was sent it to the prosecutor’s ofce.

Ferris Department of Safety issued 448 tickets from April 7 to 20 totaling $7,185.