Cop Shop

A Wolfe Hall resident found a cup of human feces placed in front of her door upon returning to her room. Campus Police officers were dispatched to the dorm after a report of this criminal mischief on Wednesday, Oct. 11. Upon arrival, they spoke with Residence Life staff, who informed the officers of the smelly situation.

The resident explained that she had found the feces at about 7:30 a.m. of the same day, but did not tell anyone about it until 11:30 a.m. The resident was at a loss as to why anyone would leave a cup of feces in front of her door. The situation was finally resolved when the cup was disposed of.

There is no further information at this time.

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During the football game on Friday, Oct. 6, a Campus Police officer observed a female student vomit near the west entrance of Lions’ Stadium. The officer approached and asked if she was all right and if she had been drinking. She said she drank Smirnoff vodka with Gatorade. When asked how much she’d had, she said, “Not that much.”

Lions’ EMS arrived to assist and it was decided that she would not need further medical attention. Before she left, she was issued a summons for underage possession of alcoholic beverages.

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A female student went to Campus Police Headquarters on Saturday, Oct. 7 to report a case of harassment. She explained that she had dated the accused and that he refused to stop contact after they broke up. She described his approaches as bothersome but not explicitly threatening. She e-mailed him on Monday, Oct. 2 demanding that he stop contact, but the harassment continued.

Among the claims the accused made was that he had a video showing her damaging his property. The female student claimed she had no idea what he was talking about. The student was instructed to contact Campus Police if any threatening contact occurred.

There is no further information at this time.

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On Sunday, Oct. 8 at about 8:45 p.m., Campus Police officers were dispatched to Lot 17 after a report of criminal mischief. When they arrived, they found the swipe card reader on the ground. It appeared to have been forcibly knocked off and was visibly damaged.

The officers were unable to determine what or who broke the swipe card reader. There were no witnesses or suspects. The damaged box was taken to Campus Police Headquarters and put in storage.

There is no further information at this time.

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