A man on the Green Lane bridge was allegedly grabbed from behind on Aug. 27 at approximately 8 p.m.
The victim said he was jogging alone when what appeared to be four white males started verbally harassing him, according to Campus Police.
One male then started chasing him and grabbed onto his shoulder for a few seconds. The victim was able to outrun the suspects.
Campus Police searched the Green Lane Bridge as well as the Green Lane fields and found no suspicious persons.
A Ford parked in the Lot 6 Parking Garage was found with flat tires. The victim said she parked the car in the parking garage at midnight on Aug. 31, and when she returned at 1 a.m. the next day, she found that the air had been let out of her tires, police said.
Officers found a student on his hands and knees vomiting uncontrollably at the rear of Travers Hall on Sunday, at 1:40 a.m. on Aug. 30, police said.
The victim had vomit on his hands and clothing, had difficulty standing on his own and had the smell of alcohol emanating from his breath.
He was transported to Campus Police headquarters where he was issued a summons, given a future court date and picked up by his parents.
A person was found hovering over a toilet, vomiting in Phelps Hall on Sunday, Aug. 30 at around 2:30 a.m., according to Campus Police. Lions EMS was on scene and transported the victim to Capital Health System at Mercer Medical for further observation.
An intoxicated female said she had consumed three shots of vodka at a party and vomited before police arrived on Aug. 30 at 1 a.m. She was found in the back of Travers and Wolfe halls with Lions EMS already on the scene.
The smell of alcohol was heavy on her breath, according to Campus Police.
She was issued a summons and escorted to her dorm room by some friends.
An intoxicated person had slow and slurred speech and the smell of alcohol on his breath in Cromwell Hall at 1:15 a.m. on Sept. 2. Lions EMS arrived to evaluate the victim, according to Campus Police reports.
He said he consumed rum and beer at a party in Travers Hall, police said.
He was issued a summons by Campus Police.
An unconscious person was found lying on the floor unconscious, but breathing, in the Travers / Wolfe Hall Link on Aug. 29 at 2:35 a.m. accorrding to Campus Police.
The victim was issued a summons and transported to Capital Health System at Mercer Medical for evaluation and treatment.
At 12:45 a.m. on Sept. 2, Campus Police officers were flagged down by an unknown person who stated there was a female vomiting near Lot 10A.
Upon arrival, the suspect was sitting near the side of the road alert and conscious, police said.
The victim said she had “a few unknown alcoholic beverages at a party off campus” and had a strong alcoholic smell coming from her breath.
She was taken to Campus Police headquarters where she received a summons and was picked up by her parents.