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Crime Brief: $24 of food stolen at Ohio Union, 2 arrested

A male non-affiliate reported a rape early Friday morning at Rhodes Hall. Investigation into the event is pending, according to a University Police report.

A female OSU student and a male not affiliated with Ohio State were arrested for theft at the Ohio Union Market Tuesday afternoon.

Related stolen property included $24 of food products, including three beverages, a chicken quesadilla and a pasta bowl with a side of sauce, according to a University Police report.

Two males not affiliated with OSU were arrested for arson early Saturday morning near North Commons. Property related to the event included a metal trash can that had been burned but was still functional.

A male staff member reported disorderly conduct after finding a male student sleeping in the first floor hallway of Paterson Hall Friday at about 3 a.m. Officers were able to wake the student and a resident adviser found a friend of the student to take custody of him, according to a University Police report.

A second case of disorderly conduct was reported the next day at Baker Hall East in a similar situation involving a reportedly intoxicated female student. Medics responded to the student who was in her bed and concluded she could be released to the custody of a sober friend, according to a University Police report.

There were 31  total thefts on OSU’s campus this week from Sept. 4 to Sept. 11. One incident was theft from an automobile parked at the Martha Morehouse parking lot and 13 were thefts of bicycles.

There were 14 open container citations issued Saturday between 11:40 a.m. and 3:15 p.m., all to individuals not affiliated with OSU.

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  1. And a side of sauce?!? Oh my god!

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