Cop Shop

On Wednesday Feb. 15, at 5:10 a.m., Campus Police was dispatched to Wolfe Hall on a report of an intoxicated male.

Upon arrival, officers found a student sitting up on his bed. The student appeared conscious and alert. When questioned, he told officers that he had consumed two shots of vanilla vodka and four or five beers in his room between 1 a.m. and 3 a.m.

The student told officers that he called 911 on himself because he wanted to completely eliminate any alcohol from his system. He also told officers he wanted to be punished for drinking alcoholic beverages.

Lions’ EMS was called to assist and evaluate the student. Area Director Tom Sheuren was also notified and responded. Lions’ EMS found the student’s vitals to be normal, and he was allowed to stay in his room.

The student was issued a summons for underage drinking.

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On Tuesday Feb. 14, at midnight, Campus Police was dispatched to Centennial Hall on a report of an intoxicated male.

Upon arrival, officers found a student outside the Centennial Hall doors. The student was taken to the hall lobby for questioning, at which time he told officers he had consumed a liter of vodka at an off-campus party earlier that night.

The student’s speech was slurred and he was incoherent when answering questions.

At this time, the student tried to flee questioning by running out the front doors to Centennial, but he lost his balance, fell in the mud and snow, and was apprehended. The student told the apprehending officer, “That was stupid. I won’t do that anymore.” The student was placed in the back of the Campus Police patrol car, and began yelling obscenities at the officer and Campus Police in general.

After more officers responded to the scene, the student was brought back into Centennial Hall for medical evaluation. Lions’ EMS and Pennington Road Squad 132 was called to assist and evaluate the student.

The student was transported to Capital Health System Mercer Campus for further treatment. He was issued a summons for underage drinking and a summons for obstruction of law or other governmental function.

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On Friday Feb. 17, at 4:10 p.m., Campus Police was dispatched to Centennial Hall on a report of trespassing and harassment.

Upon arrival, officers met with a female student who said that she had a verbal altercation with another female student on her floor over returning a missing cell phone.

The victim told officers that the accused came to her room, opened the door, which was closed but not locked, and entered without permission. According to the victim, the accused then said, “Are you scared? Are you scared? You should be, because I’m going to slap the shit out of you!”

The victim said she told accused to leave, and the accused exited while the victim called Campus Police for assistance.

During the confrontation, the victim’s roommate was present and gave an informal statement corroborating the victim’s account.

At this time, officers visited the student in her room down the hall. The accused said she did not threaten the victim, but did enter her room without permission and confront her about the missing cell phone.

The victim did not want to sign a complaint against the accused at this time, but requested that the accused no longer contact her. The accused agreed to comply with the victim’s request.

There is no further information at this time.