AAA called the Boston Police Department, who called the Department of Pubic Safety to inform them that a woman in one of the parking lots had hit a wall. The woman was found in Lot D, with cuts on her face and arms. She said that she had hit a wall coming to Boston, but the Boston Police Department had no record of any accident involving her car, or of her car going through any tunnels. Next, the woman, whom officers believed may have been intoxicated, told the police that she had hit an object outside of campus with her vehicle. She refused medical attention, her car was towed, and she was picked up by a friend.
An officer and a civilian who called the station both noticed a strange smell in Wheatley Hall. Construction workers were cutting steel and concrete near the building.
A student complained about loud music to the Department of Public Safety, and officers asked other students to turn down their music.
A worker in Wheatley Hall discovered marketing materials had been stolen from her office.
A student forgot his iPad on the second floor of McCormack Hall. When he returned for it, the iPad had been stolen.
About 100 people gathered in the Bayside Parking Lot and were asked to leave by the Department of Public Safety and the Boston Police Department.