Sprung a leak
A female resident’s belongings were damaged by a leak in the sprinkler system last week.
On Friday, Oct. 22, at 1:57 a.m., Public Safety went to the ZTA sorority house on the report of a water leak. Officers determined that the sprinkler adjacent to the room was the cause.
The leak damaged some of the student’s clothes. Public Safety took an estimate of the damage.
A female professor got more than she bargained for when she confronted a female student about parking in Memorial Lot.
On Friday, Oct. 22, at 9:20 a.m., the professor told Public Safety that she swiped her ID card to get into the lot and a car behind her followed her into the lot.
After parking, the professor approached the driver of the other car and asked if she was a student. The driver was, and the faculty member explained the student would need to remove her car.
The student responded by shouting profanities. The professor called Public Safety, and the student
shouted more profanities and drove out of the lot.
The student has been charged with disorderly conduct, among other things.
A male resident student tried to sneak his nonstudent girlfriend into the Jason Derülo concert so he wouldn’t have to ride solo.
On Friday, Oct. 22, at 8:27 p.m., the student gave his girlfriend his roommate’s ID and she attempted to gain access to the concert.
When questioned by Public Safety, the student said that his roommate was aware that the student’s girlfriend was using his ID. The student admitted it was his idea, not his roommate’s.
Public Safety then asked the female visitor for some form of ID. She replied that it was in her car, and when Public Safety tried to escort her there, she became irate. Eventually, she calmed down and was escorted to her car.
The investigation is ongoing.