A female resident was transported to a nearby hospital after she was found unconscious and intoxicated outside of the Pub in the BLC last week.
On Saturday, April 2 ,at 12:26 a.m., Public Safety arrived at the scene along with supplemental patrol from the Lawrence Twp. Police Dept.
An ambulance was immediately dispatched to the scene to assess the female. The student who notified Public Safety utilized the Good Samaritan Policy and was not cited for underage intoxication. The unconscious student was later charged with violating the university’s alcohol policy.
An unknown individual was unsatisfied with the current appearance of a Kroner lounge and decided to do their own redecorating sometime between 2:20 p.m. on April 2 and 8:10 a.m. on April 3.
Approximately $500 worth of damage to the lounge was found on Sunday, April 3, at 8:17 a.m. A male staff member of Kroner Hall called Public Safety to report the criminal mischief.
Public Safety found damaged furniture, broken cabinets, food on the floor and broken eggs on the couches. Facilities was notified.
The investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information can contact Public Safety at x 5029.
“Sorry” does not qualify as a form of payment for food at Rider, as one male commuter student found out this week.
On Monday, April 4, at 12:15 p.m., the student attempted to leave Cranberry’s without paying for his mozzarella sticks. Public Safety responded to a call from a female staff member who noticed the student had not paid.
Upon arrival, Public Safety questioned the suspect who admitted he was sorry and that he paid for part of the food but not all. The student was charged with attempted or actual misappropriation and has been referred to community standards.