Lock your stuff for the holidays


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The holidays are a dangerous time for the college community. Items get stolen, travelers are targeted and vehicles break down on dangerous roads.

To protect property, residents are advised to follow the guidelines on the Winter Break Closing information forms are provided in the residential halls, said Officer James Prettyman of USU Eastern campus police. It is especially important to remember to lock your doors, as there will be people in the halls during the winter holiday. To avoid being targeted while traveling, be certain not to carry all money in one pocket, check or have checked your vehicle’s brakes, fluids and tire pressure. Report suspicious activity. Comply with the requests of the members of the Transportation Security Administration and other law enforcement officials.

Drive slowly in hazardous weather and on wet roads and allow extra time for traveling.

On behalf of the Eagle newspaper and USU Eastern Campus Security, have a safe holiday.

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