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A resident of Wolfe Hall was charged with the underage consumption of alcoholic beverages after he was found urinating on another student’s bed while she was in it.

On Feb. 17 at 8:35 a.m. Campus Police officers were dispatched to Wolfe, where a resident said she returned to her room from using the bathroom and saw the accused urinating on the lower bed-bunk while her roommate was in it.

When Campus Police arrived the accused was gone. They woke up the sleeping student to prevent her from moving into the urine on her bed.

The residents of the room told the officers the student’s room number and the officers went to the room and asked to speak to the accused student. When he came into the hallway, the officers noticed he had bloodshot eyes and an odor of alcohol eminating from his person. He said he was at an off-campus fraternity party where he drank beer from a keg.

He said he did not remember coming back to his room or how he got there. He said he had just left his room to urinate but could not remember if he had gotten to the men’s bathroom. Lions’ EMS evaluated him and decided he could stay on campus.

There is no further information at this time.

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On Friday, Feb. 22, at 2:50 a.m. a group of students was charged with possession of controlled dangerous substances on the fourth level of Lot 9 when Campus Police officers saw two students smoking a glass pipe while investigating reports of throwing snowballs.

The officers approached the students smoking the glass pipe and ordered them to place the pipe on the ground. The officers smelled a strong odor in the area believed to be burnt marijuana. It was also emanating from their clothes and breath and the accused had glassy and watery red eyes.

The officer placed them under arrest for possession of a controlled dangerous substance believed to be marijuana less than 50 grams and being under the influence of a substance believed to be marijuana.

The officers handcuffed the accused students and transported them to headquarters where they were read their Miranda rights.

There is no further information at this time.

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A student was charged with underage consumption of alcohol on Feb. 23 in Kendall Hall at 7:55 p.m. Campus Police officers observed an Asian male assisting a white male out of Kendall’s exit. After exiting onto the steps facing Quimby’s Prairie the officers stopped the students.

One of the students had vomit on his pants and his body smelled of alcohol. He was incoherent, his eyes were bloodshot and he could not keep his balance. He said he consumed two to three 40 oz. beers in his on-campus residence and purchased the beers with fraudulent identification, which he said was in his room.

He said he vomited inside Kendall Hall’s auditorium and was exiting when the other male found him and assisted him out of the building. He was transported to Capital Health System, Mercer Campus at 9:20 p.m.

There is no further information at this time.

A student’s Xbox 360 was stolen from his room in Decker Hall on Feb. 23 between 2 a.m. and noon. The victim said he was sleeping in his room, which was closed but not locked. He said he thought his friends had borrowed it but his friends said it was not borrowed and must be missing.

He said no other belongings were stolen from his room. A search of the area returned no results. No arrests have been made.

There is no further information at this time.