Tables turned
at diner

While on post at the Bronc Diner, Public Safety officers heard what sounded like a table being toppled and someone yelling on Saturday, Sept. 6, at 2:28 a.m. Public Safety ID’d the male resident standing next to the overturned table. The suspect appeared to be upset and mildly intoxicated.
The male was with a group of friends and had ordered. The other members of his party received their food, but he did not. A manager told the male that his order was never made and if he wanted any food, he would have to put in a new order and pay for it.
Public Safety eventually asked the male to vacate the diner. The resident was charged with verbal and nonverbal harassment, vandalism, an alcohol violation and disorderly conduct.


A female resident was cited for underage drinking in University House on Thursday, Sept. 11, at 1:35 a.m. Public Safety officers were conducting a routine walk-through when they observed a female headed into the men’s bathroom. She began vomiting in the bathroom and the officers asked her if she was OK.
The resident said she thought it was something she ate, but also admitted she had consumed alcohol. Public Safety called an ambulance, but after further medical assessment, it was determined that the female did not need to go to the hospital. However, she was cited for alcohol violations by the university and Lawrence Township.

No Exit (signs)

Four unknown people are thought to be responsible for breaking exit signs and a fluorescent light near bathrooms in Ziegler Hall Saturday, Sept. 13, at 1:42 a.m. A female resident observed the suspects running down the hall. Lawrence Township Police Department prepared a report of the incident, UNICCO was contacted for clean up and facilities was notified for repairs.

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