Sick, not sober
An underage female resident student spent her night in a hospital room on Jan. 27. At 1:15 a.m., Public Safety responded to a call for a medical emergency at Omega House. When the officers arrived, Lawrence Township EMS was on the scene and the student was reportedly vomiting from consuming too much alcohol. The EMTs treated the student while Public Safety talked to the 911 caller — a male commuter student. He told the officers that she was doing shots and once she began vomiting, he called the ambulance out of concern. The female student was transported to a nearby hospital for further medical attention. She was not charged with violating a township ordinance, but the matter has been referred to the Office of Community Standards.
While plowing snow off the sidewalks in the residence quad on Jan. 25, a Facilities member noticed a water leak coming from Conover Hall. Public Safety responded at 10:20 p.m. and observed the water streaming from the building and onto Route 206. At this time, Public Safety alerted the LTPD that the water was accumulating and may freeze over on 206. The officers then discovered that the leak was coming from the water supply of one of the residence hall’s lounges. The water was shut off, cleaned up and Facilities was able to make the necessary repairs.
A female commuter student received an unexpected office-supply-related surprise on the morning of Jan. 10. At 8:05 a.m., a male staff member called Public Safety after noticing a car parked in the West Village A lot covered in Post-it notes. The sticky notes covered the windows of the car and many were also thrown on the ground. Public Safety then made contact with the student who owned the car, but she was unable to provide insight as to who vandalized the car. There are no current suspects.