Crime Log: May 6, 2014

This week’s crime log consists of several instances of disturbing the peace.


Campus Safety Chief John Ojeisekhoba and his crew of officers put on equipment in preparation for the active shooter drill held on Wednesday, August 14. The drill coordinated with SWAT and the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department to prepare officers for any situation. The increased security in chapel is part of Ojeisekhoba’s plan to make Biola as safe as possible. | Courtesy of Campus Safety

Augusta McDonnell, Writer

Disturbing the Peace — Crowell Hall

May 6, 2 a.m.

A neighbor called with a noise complaint about loud music coming from Crowell Music Hall. An officer made contact, told them a neighbor had complained, and the student stopped for the night.

Disturbing the Peace — Hope Hall

May 5, 11 p.m.

Students playing basketball after hours at the Hope courts were contacted by an officer who told them it was too late to be playing.

Disturbing the Peace — Lido Apartments

April 29, 11:19 p.m.

Officers made contact with students playing loud music from a Lido Apartment and told them to turn down the volume.

Disturbing the Peace — Lot K Parking Structure

April 27, 11 p.m.

Students playing music too loudly on the fifth floor of the parking structure were contacted by an officer who told them to stop.

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