Delta Zeta reports damage to benches
At 1 p.m. Friday, a Delta Zeta sorority employee told officers two teak wood benches located in the rear yard of the a sorority’s headquarters building were damaged. Both arms were broken off both benches and found on the ground in the area around the benches. There are no suspects.
Female reports multiple incidents
Around 1:15 on Saturday, a female Miami University student reported several incidents on her property on East Vine Street in the last few weeks. Around Sept. 10, a wooden porch with cushions was taken from her porch. She and her roommates suspected that this might have been a joke from a friend. Two weeks later, someone tried to kick her side door causing a large hole that is still waiting to be repaired by the landlord. The most recent occurrence happened overnight in the victim’s living room. The female and her roommates stated they all went to bed on the second floor around 2 a.m. When they came downstairs the next morning, picture frames, their Time Warner cable box and a sorority poster had all been taken. They believe the door was locked overnight but they were unable to say for certain, according to police reports. There was no sign of forced entry and there are currently no suspects.