A female commuter student was charged for driving haphazardly on Wednesday, Sept. 16, at 11:16 a.m after she bypassed a parking lot gate.
A male staff member observed the student driving her car on the walkway in front of Gill Memorial Chapel. She proceeded to drive over the grass and a curb into the Fine Arts staff lot and then parked there.
Public Safety went to the scene and placed a vehicle immobilizer on the car. The student called Public Safety and reportedly began to yell obscenities through the phone. She later went to Public Safety and apologized for the outburst.
The student was charged with violation of the social code and disorderly conduct. The matter has been referred to the Office of Community Standards.
Locker room theft
A male student found some of his personal items missing from a locker in the SRC on Friday, Sept. 18, at 3:45 p.m.
The student left his wallet and keys in an unsecured locker. Someone stole the items while the victim was working out.
There is no further information on this theft. Public Safety would like to remind students to lock doors when leaving rooms and to secure personal items with a lock in order to avoid theft.
An underage student was charged with violating the alcohol policy.
A female staff member, who stated that a female resident student was vomiting in the ground floor bathroom in the BLC, approached Public Safety officers on Saturday, Sept. 19, at 1:52 a.m. Public Safety entered the bathroom and found the student.
The student denied consuming alcohol or vomiting, but later admitted to both. Public Safety called for an ambulance, and the student was taken to a hospital for further evaluation and treatment.
Compiled by Emily Landgraf