At least he admitted it
Where did he come from? While on patrol near Lincoln Drive on Sept. 13 at 3:11 a.m., Public Safety noticed a male who was stumbling. When asked by the officers if he was OK, the individual replied, “I’m drunk, bro.” He turned out to be a student of age and an ambulance was called. A second male appeared on the scene and began screaming obscenities at the officers. Two more officers arrived to get this second individual away from the scene. When EMTs arrived, the first male became belligerent and refused to go in the ambulance. A friend of the second male was able to transport the drunken student off campus. The first student has been charged with disorderly conduct and an alcohol violation. The second was charged with failure to comply and disorderly conduct. The matter has been referred to the Office of Community Standards.
Quite the slippery situation: On Sept. 12, at 12:23 p.m., Public Safety was dispatched to Alumni Gym in regards to a maintenance issue. A rusted bolt loosened, causing a toilet bowl to crack and let loose. The water was soon shut off and the broken toilet was removed. Repairs have been made.
This is going to require some surgery. On Sept. 12 at 3:50 a.m., Public Safety, while on patrol near the sorority lot, noticed that one of the gate arms had been damaged. The arm was bent and partially broken off. The remaining pieces were removed and a work order was submitted for repairs. There are no suspects. Anyone with additional information should contact Public Safety at (609) 896-5029.
A key figure
We must have a professional on our hands. On Sept. 16 at 5:35 p.m., Public Safety was called to the commuter lot where a student said that someone had keyed her car. She had left her car in the morning and came back that evening to find a scratch. The mark was on the driver’s side door, about two feet long. The situation is still being investigated. Anyone with additional information should contact Public Safety at (609) 896 -5029.
No free parking
Did she have to be so lazy? On Sept. 15 at 9:50 a.m., Public Safety received a call to assist a student in the Gill Chapel lot who had locked her keys in her car. The student informed the dispatcher that she was running late for class and she normally transports her friend around campus, so she had her friend’s handicap placard inside her vehicle. Public Safety responded, unlocking the vehicle, but issued the driver a ticket for personal misrepresentation and unauthorized use of property. The situation has been referred to the Office of Community Standards. Public Safety would like to remind all students that if you use a handicap placard, make sure it is issued to you and be aware of the expiration date.
Flagged for taunting
She must have been having a bad day. Public Safety was called to meet with a female student who asked to file a report against another female student. The victim said she was walking down a hallway when the other female, approaching from the opposite direction, used profanity and laughed at her. The matter is still being investigated. In the meantime, both parties have been issued administrative directives.