Public Safety report for week of Oct. 12-18 released

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The Glendale Community College Public Safety department has released its incident report for the week of Oct. 12 to Oct. 18.

October 14: At GCC North, an employee turned in a found item to College Police from the Agua Sal building. The owner claimed the property at 1545 hours.

October 14: An adjunct faculty member observed an unknown student collecting identification numbers from other students in a class inside the Humanities building. No crime has been committed.

October 14: A student received a minor cut to his finger when the test tube he was cleaning broke. No medical response was needed.

October 15: An employee found a laptop computer abandoned in the High Tech Two building, room 151, and turned it in to College Police as found property.

October 15: An employee found an ipod in the Fine Arts building, room 136, and turned it in to College Police as found property.

October 15: A wallet was turned in to College Police as found property. Item was later returned to owner.

October 16: College Police were dispatched to the Fitness Center for an ill person.

October 16: A laptop computer was found in the Center for Learning building room 13 and turned in to College Police as found property.

October 17: A truck rented by Glendale Community College struck a parked vehicle in the S1 lot. Both vehicles were drivable.

October 17: A wallet was turned in to College Police as found property. The wallet was found in the Fitness and Wellness building on a bench. Item claimed by owner.

October 17: A cell phone was turned in to College Police as found property. Item was later claimed by owner.