On Saturday, April 7, at 2:30 a.m. a Campus Police officer was parked in the Townhouses East parking lot when he saw a vehicle drive on the walkway.
The officer got out and started waving at the vehicle to stop it, but the driver kept going past him. The officer got back into his car and turned on his overhead lights, but the vehicle only stopped when the officer activated his siren.
The officer approached the car and asked the driver for his license, registration and insurance card.
When the driver opened his window, the officer noticed the smell of alcohol coming from within the vehicle. The driver, who appeared confused to the officer, presented his College ID.
The driver was asked to exit the vehicle. He was unable to walk and had to be assisted by the officer. The driver was also unable to perform any field sobriety tests. He was arrested, handcuffed and placed in the officer’s vehicle, in which he was taken to the Ewing Police Department for a chemical breath test.
The driver refused to submit to the test. He was charged with driving while intoxicated and had his license revoked for refusing the chemical test.
Campus Police officers responded to a report that someone had accepted collect calls from an extension in Kendall Hall.
It was determined that the calls had come from a federal correctional institution between Feb. 6 and March 5. During that time, several people had access to the extension. The total cost of the calls was $65.62.
There is no further information at this time.
A Campus Police officer was dispatched to Lot 8 in response to a report of two suspicious individuals on Saturday, March 31, at 2:15 a.m.
Upon arrival he encountered two men. He spoke to one and detected the smell of alcohol on his breath. The man explained that he was visiting friends in Townhouses West and had consumed 10 beers.
He was under the legal age and was cited for underage consumption of alcoholic beverages.