Campus Police was dispatched to Wolfe Hall in regard to a reported intoxicated person on Tuesday, April 8 at 3:20 a.m.
Upon arrival, they were met by a staff member for the floor.
After knocking on the door and gaining entrance, Campus Police found the resident to be intoxicated.
He said that he consumed seven or eight beers between 9:30 p.m. and 11:30 p.m., on Monday, April 7.
He was not the legal age to consume alcohol. Investigation revealed that the student entered a room in Wolfe Hall and urinated on the floor, causing alarm to the residents, at 2:45 a.m. Professional staff arrived on the scene and determined that, due to the circumstances, he would be transported to the hospital for further evaluation.
Pennington Road Ambulance Squad responded and transported him to the hospital for treatment.
A student was observed lying on the ground and vomiting at the entrance of the Brower Student Center, close to the flagpoles, on Tuesday, April 8, at 12:20 a.m.
Investigation revealed that the student was under the influence of alcohol.
She admitted to drinking an undetermined amount of rum while in her residence between 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. on Monday, April 7.
She was evaluated by Lions EMS, released and said that she would not be able to stay at the College until she contacted residence staff.
She was released to another student who advised she would be taking her off-campus for the night.
The student was told that an unacceptable behavior report would be filed.
Campus Police was dispatched to Townhouses East for a noise complaint on Sunday, April 6 at 12:55 a.m.
Upon arrival, Campus Police met with Residence Life staff and rang the doorbell of the house causing the noise complaint several times.
At that time, they entered the building through the door, which had been propped open, announcing themselves.
There were loud noises coming from the second and third floors.
Campus Police declared the party over and told those in attendance to give Residence Life staff their information on their way out.
There were approximately 35 people in attendance and several were underage and consuming alcoholic beverages.
There were various open containers of alcohol found on all three floors and 18 unopened beers were found on the third floor.
All open containers of alcohol were poured down the drain.
The remaining 18 cans of Milwaukee’s Best were taken to Campus Police as evidence.
Campus Police was dispatched to Forcina Hall on report of a vending machine being robbed in the first floor main lobby sometime before 10 p.m. on Friday, April 4.
Upon arrival, Campus Police observed three machines broken into and their money boxes removed.
A check of the area was completed with negative results.
Two of the machines were filled with snacks and one filled with beverages.
A Building Services employee informed Campus Police of the theft.
The contents of the snack machines were emptied by Campus Police officers and brought back to their offices for safekeeping.
The building was secured at this time and the machine of beverages was turned facing the wall since it was completely full and nothing was removed, except the money box.
REM Vending Inc. was contacted and informed of the incident.
There are no suspects or further information at this time.