On Saturday, March 1 at 3 a.m. a student was charged with underage consumption of alcoholic beverages when a Campus Police officer pulled over a car with headlight damage.
The officer noticed a strong odor of alcohol coming from the passenger compartment. When the passenger and driver exited the vehicle the officer noticed a smell of alcohol coming from the passenger. The passenger said he had consumed three to five beers.
He was then escorted to Wolfe Hall to be examined by Lions’ EMS. He was determined to be medically fit to remain on campus and was released.
On Saturday, March 1 at 1:30 a.m. a student was charged with underage consumption of alcoholic beverages when Campus Police conducted a motor vehicle stop for a violation.
The officers observed a student sitting on the curb at the Norsworthy Circle who had a strong odor of alcohol coming from him, as did fellow students with him.
The students were escorted to the Spiritual Center to be evaluated by Lions’ EMS. The students said they had consumed several beers at an off-campus location. It was determined that they could stay on campus.
An uncooperative and intoxicated male was charged with underage consumption of alcoholic beverages at Wolfe Hall at 1:55 a.m. on Feb. 23. The responding officer arrived at Wolfe Hall and observed the student standing at the security desk with a beer in his pocket.
The student had an odor of alcohol coming from him and had bloodshot and droopy eyes. He said there was beer in the bottle and he had been at an off-campus party that night.