On Wednesday, Jan. 21, at 1:35 a.m., Campus Police was dispatched to Ely and Brewster Halls on a report of criminal mischief. The officers noticed blue marker on walls on the first floor hallway of Ely as well as nametags and message boards ripped off the doors.
Witnesses informed the officers that the perpetrators were in an Ely room. After knocking, the residents refused to open the door. Finally, they opened the door and the officers noticed that the window was open and the screen was taken out.
Although there were two residents still in the room, the officers suspected several residents escaped through the first floor window. The officers also noticed empty alcohol containers in the trash can. One of the suspects in the room was observed tearing down names on doors and knocking off message boards.
The suspect denied owning the blue marker, which was found in the second floor stairwell of Brewster.
The two suspects denied any involvement but were advised about the rules concerning Building Advisors knocking on doors.
The two suspects were given cleaning solution and paper towels and were directed to clean off all the blue marker as well as pick up the nametags.
On Thursday, Jan. 22, Campus Police was dispatched to the Rathskeller in the student center on a report of theft.
A female student ate a meal at the Rat and left her wallet on the table. The waiter picked up the wallet and informed the manager. The manager notified the owner of the wallet and told her the wallet would be on a shelf behind the bar.
The waiter did not search to see if money was missing. Later, a bookstore employee found the wallet outside the student center, near the bookstore loading dock. The total value stolen was $200.00
On Friday, Jan. 23 at 11:30 p.m., Campus Police received a report of alcohol intoxication. The dispatched officer found a student lying in bed in the fetal position.
The subject had drank eleven shots of an alcoholic beverage between 10 p.m. and 11:30 p.m. Lions EMS evaluated the student and she was brought to Helen Fuld Medical Center for treatment.
On Sunday, Jan. 18, an individual was at a Packer Hall swim meet and returned to Lot 3 to find his car’s rear window smashed out.
A black leather bag with a Marine Corps emblem was missing along with his camera. Campus Police was called in to investigate. The total stolen was estimated to be $200.00 dollars. There is no further information at this time.
On Sunday, Jan. 25, a Campus Police officer observed a car accident on Metzger Drive. A white Saturn was underneath a construction trailer with front-end damage.
The driver told the officers that she was looking down to adjust the heat and radio and didn’t pay attention to the road.
She drove off the roadway, up onto the curbs, and then underneath the construction trailer. The driver denied medical treatment. She was charged with careless driving.