Drunk student can’t find bed

cop shopWhile on vehicle patrol, Campus Police found an intoxicated female lying face down on the ground  at midnight on Sunday, Sept. 7, at Metzger Drive and C Street.

The female was disoriented, incoherent, and made repeated attempts to go to sleep. She was also lying in her own vomit, reports said

Lions EMS assumed care, as the student was unable to balance herself and vomited several more times. The victim said she had consumed too much vodka and wanted to sleep.

Pennington Road EMS arrived and assumed care. The victim was transported to Capital Health Systems at Mercer Medical.

A summons for her to appear in court will be mailed, police said.

Campus Police received a report of a stolen portable GPS navigation system at approximately 10:15 a.m on Thursday, Sept. 10 in Lot 6, according to reports.

The device was missing from a Toyota that was parked in the lot earlier that week.

The victim said she had left the GPS in her vehicle  Monday, Sept. 7 at around 12:30 p.m. and when she returned on Thursday, it was missing. The GPS is valued at $179.

While issuing parking tickets at approximately 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 5 in Lot 8, Campus Police observed a Honda Accord with a parking decal that appeared to have been altered and not properly affixed to the vehicle, according to reports.

Campus Police checked the decal number and found that it had been issued to a Geo Prism.

Further inspection of the  decal revealed it was not the orginal and had been  scanned or copied. This issue is still under  investigation by Campus Police.