Incident Journal: Pizza oven fire extinguished in Dining Center, contraband found in Little Building

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An ECPD patrol vehicle.

By Frankie Rowley, Assistant News Editor

The Emerson College Police Department provides the Incident Journal to The Beacon every week. Beacon staff edit the Incident Journal for style and clarity but not for content.

Monday, Feb. 8

ECPD responded to the W Hotel at the request of Housing and Residential Education staff to secure confiscated drugs for destruction. The students found with the contraband were identified and referred to Community Standards and Student Conduct for violating the community standards.

Tuesday, Feb. 9

Housing and Residential Education staff requested ECPD to secure confiscated drugs for destruction in the Little Building residence hall. The students found with the contraband were identified and referred to Community Standards and Student Conduct for violating community standards. 

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Wednesday Feb. 10

ECPD responded to a reported hit and run motor vehicle accident at the intersection of Tremont Street and Allen’s Alley. ECPD’s investigation revealed a delivery driver’s vehicle, exiting from Allen’s Alley, struck the Boston Fire Department’s Fire Pull Station located on the sidewalk in front of 211 Tremont Street. The information was documented and shared with the Boston Fire Department. No one was injured.

Sunday, Feb. 14

A fire broke out on the basement level of the Walker Building Dining Center. On arrival, ECPD found that the Dining Center staff extinguished a small fire in the pizza oven. No damage or injuries were reported and the alarm was deactivated without incident. 

 

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