Six females were found smoking marijuana in a car last week.
On Sunday, Jan. 30, Public Safety was on patrol in the Annex lot when officers observed smoke coming from a car. After the officers knocked on the window, a female later identified as a resident student opened the door. A cloud of smoke came out and was consistent with the smell of marijuana.
Five more females were in the car. Two were resident students and three were visitors.
One of the visiting females took responsibility for the marijuana and was taken to the Lawrence Township Police Department for further processing.
The three resident students are being charged with violating the campus narcotics policy, as well as the alcohol policy. Persona non grata letters have been requested for the visitors.
An icy sidewalk proved an issue for a female resident student last week.
On Sunday, Jan. 30, at 9:40 p.m., Public Safety received a call from a male staff member about a female resident who had slipped on an icy sidewalk while exiting Conover Hall.
A few minutes after slipping, the student complained of a headache and said that she felt dizzy and nauseous.
The student was transported to a nearby hospital for further evaluation and treatment.
On Sunday, Jan. 30, Public Safety was returning students to Conover Hall when they encountered three males, two of whom were resident students, one of whom was staggering. This alerted the officers to a potential alcohol violation.
Public Safety asked the three males to stop. Two of the males complied, but the staggering student continued on. He complied with Public Safety’s second request.
Both of the resident students admitted to consuming alcohol and were charged with violating the alcohol policy.