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Crime Brief: female staff member receives call threatening son while working at hospital

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2623254011There were two reports of telecommunications harassment on Ohio State’s campus from May 14 to May 21.

A female staff member of the Ross Heart Hospital reported that an unidentified male called her while she was working on May 20 at about noon. The caller threatened her son who is currently incarcerated in the Franklin County Jail, according to a University Police report.

Earlier in the week, a female student reported telecommunications harassment on May 16 at about 1 p.m. from the OSU-owned Gateway apartments on High Street.

A male non-affiliate was charged with assault and arrested after a male staff member reported the event at about 5 p.m. on May 17 at Rhodes Hall, part of the Wexner Medical Center.

In addition, 17 thefts were reported on campus this week.

One incident was a theft from an automobile parked in Buckeye Lot 5, located near the corner of Ackerman Road and Fred Taylor Drive, on May 16.

Two thefts of bicycles were reported, the first from the Worthington Building on May 20 and the second from Scott Lab on May 20.

Five traffic crashes were reported during the week. Four occurred in parking lots and one resulted in an injury.

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