SITUATION REPORT - Monday, 22 October 2007

SITUATION REPORTMonday, 22 October 2007
The Situation Report of 22 October 2007, with relevant photos, is posted at http://www.admu.edu.ph/index.php?p=120&type=2&sec=26&aid=4320
It may also be downloaded as a Word file from http://www.ateneo.edu/upp/sitrep_doc/Sitrep_221007.doc

WATER: The High School MST cistern generally fails the quarterly tests for potability. After extensive investigation, it was found that ground water managed to seep in. The problem is now being corrected and the cistern is being sealed and rewater proofed.

SECURITY: Personal belongs found and returned to the owners.

- SSG JOEL B ESTACION, returning a wallet with P2105 cash, assorted cards, USB flash memory found in room MVP Room 202 to LS Office of Student Activities last Thursday, 11 October.
- Computer parts in a box found in an unlocked Faura Hall room 306 last Monday, 15 October. Security left the box in the room after locking it.
- Recovered backpack at Xavier Hall lobby left overnight by an Ateneo personnel last Monday, 15 October being returned to the owner the following day
- Recovered Nokia N1112 inside a taxi at 12:35 a.m. last Tuesday, 16 October being returned to 2nd year MA PAM student residing at Arrupe Residence Hall. SG ADRIANO B SANTOS and SG DALE P MACARRUBO are commended for their presence of mind and alertness that led to the recovery of the cell phone.

The long break is conducive to break-ins in buildings. Five boys (between 12 to 13 years old) entered the Grade School complex through David Hall at 2:30 p.m. last Sunday, 21 October. Fortunately one of the two roving guards saw them and pursued them. The boys managed to escape by going through the creek inside San Jose Seminary to the housing area. Although they had already cut telephone and internet lines, they were not able to cart them away.

Section of the fence detached by the boys at the east end of David Hall where they entered the Grade School complex.
The fire hose cabinet with broken glass. However, the hose and its brass coupling are intact.
Grills at the creek behind San Jose Seminary where the boys entered and left the campus.

An intoxicated 24-year old Korean national asked to be taken to the dorm at 5:30 a.m. last Friday, 19 October. He was not admitted in the residence halls as he was not a boarder there. He left the taxi and slept on the side of the residence hall driveway. He was picked up by security and brought to the barangay hall. It turned out that he was a resident of Prince David. Security brought him there.

Dog Registration: As of Saturday, 20 October, fifty-four (54) pet dogs have been registered with campus security. Traps have been set for stray dogs but none has been captured. The pursuit of stray dogs seems to have driven them off-campus.

TRAFFIC: Around 4:45 p.m. last Wednesday, 18 October, a van was side swiped by a school bus that came from Ateneo. Instead of stopping to settle the accident, the school bus left the scene of the accident. The driver of the van reported the hit-and-run accident to the police.

The school bus driver voluntarily reported to police at Camp Karingal the following day.

At 10:30 p.m. last Friday, 19 October a brand new Honda Civic making a U-turn near Gate 3.5 was rammed by a speeding Mitsubishi pick-up.

Scene of the accident where a brand new Honda Civic was rammed by a pick-up at the U-Turn slot near Gate 3.5. Nobody was injured.
Around 5:00 a.m. last Saturday, 20 October two cargo trucks racing against each other figured in an accident near the U-Turn slot across Gate 2.5. Nobody was hurt.



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