Blotter: Allergic reaction, disappearing projector, iPod missing

Grace Johnson

Woman has allergic reaction on NU tour

University Police and the Evanston Fire Department responded to a call Monday morning at the Rock where a woman needed assistance, police said.

The woman, who had been taking a campus tour, suffered from an allergic reaction to an unknown substance, said University Police Deputy Chief Dan McAleer .

The woman was treated at the scene and transported to Evanston Hospital.

Projector disappears from office in PARC

The Assistant Master of Public Affairs Residential College, 1838 Chicago Ave., reported a theft Monday morning, McAleer said.

The Assistant Master left her office on June 1 for summer break with a projector secured inside, only to find it missing on Sept. 15, police said.

There was no forced entry into the office, although an air conditioner and blinds were installed during the summer, McAleer said.

Police are trying to track down the projector with a serial number.

Jewelry, iPod missing from Forest apartment

Liquor, an iPod and jewelry went missing from an apartment in the 900 block of Forest Avenue over a matter of days, police said.

The residents of the apartment were out of town from Sept. 25 to Sept. 28 and observed no forced entry upon their return, said Evanston Police Department Cmdr. James Elliot.

The incident is under investigation.