Police Blotter

Grace Johnson

WildCARD machine damaged in Bobb

A Community Service Officer reported an incident of property damage Wednesday evening, police said.

The female CSO, who was working in Bobb Hall, 2305 Sheridan Road, noticed a damaged cash-to-card machine in the front lobby, said University Police Deputy Chief Dan McAleer.The CSO did not notice any damage to the machine when she left her post at 6 a.m., but upon her return that evening she noticed the upper left corner of the machine was bent, McAleer said.

There are no leads in the case.

NU student transported to hospital with fever

A female Northwestern student called for medical attention Wednesday evening, police said.

University Police and the Evanston Fire Department responded to the call on the third floor of Slivka Residential College of Science and Engineering, 2332 Campus Drive, McAleer said.

The student reported she was having trouble breathing and had a temperature, McAleer said.She was treated on the scene and transported to Evanston Hospital.

Evanston resident reports roof break-in

A burglary was reported on the 600 block of Pitner Avenue Wednesday, police said.

The victim noticed a piece of galvanized metal had been moved from the roof in order to allow entry into the shed where the victim parks his truck, said Evanston Police Cmdr. Tom Guenther.

Entry through the roof also would have allowed entry into an adjoining tool shed, although the victim is not yet sure if anything is missing, Guenther said.