Crazy Conover, part 1
She really needs to know her limits. On Nov. 14 at 3:39 a.m., Public Safety was dispatched to Conover Hall on the report of an unresponsive student. A student witness said she was walking down the hallway when she heard the sound of someone getting sick inside the room. She entered the room and found the student, then made sure Public Safety was notified. Officers arrived on location and met with a staff member who directed Public Safety to the room. Public Safety entered and found the student sitting up on her bed conscious, showing signs of intoxication. She was underage and admitted to consuming alcohol in her room. An ambulance was notified to check on her. While waiting for the ambulance, Public Safety noticed alcohol on the roommate’s side of the room. The ambulance arrived and transported the student to a hospital for further evaluation. The alcohol was disposed of, and both she and her roommate were charged with alcohol violations. The matter has been referred to the Office of Community Standards.
Crazy Conover, part 2
Could he have been more discreet? On Nov. 16 at 12:44 a.m., Public Safety was dispatched to Conover Hall and met with two staff members who stated they detected an odor suspected to be marijuana. Public Safety and staff were able to pinpoint the location as a resident’s room. Public Safety knocked on the door but got no answer. Permission was granted to enter the room where a male occupant was found, and he admitted to having marijuana in the room. He gave voluntary consent for Public Safety to search his room after notifying his roommate. Public safety found a small amount of loose marijuana, a glass pipe, a mason jar with marijuana and two bottle caps that appeared to have marijuana residue inside. Public Safety notified the Lawrence Township Police Department and Supplemental Patrol. The first student was arrested and charged with unauthorized possession of illegal substances and possession of drug paraphernalia, but his roommate was not charged. The matter was referred to the Office of Community Standards.