A female was found lying on the hallway floor at 8 p.m. on Friday Nov. 6 in Ely Hall. When Campus Police arrived, she was sitting in a chair with her head swaying back and forth. According to reports, her speech was slurred and her responses were incoherent.
Lions EMS arrived and were unable to get accurate and direct responses from the female, who smelled of alcohol. Medical transport was requested because of her unstable physical condition. She was issued a summons.
A female was found unconscious in a rest room at 12:45 a.m. on Saturday Nov. 7 in Wolfe Hall. According to campus police, the victim was disoriented, incoherent, and urinated on the bed she had been moved to. She then vomited several times, and said she had too much whiskey and wanted to sleep.
Pennington Road EMS arrived, assumed patient care from Lions EMS and transported the victim to Capital Health Systems at Fuld. A summons was issued, reports said.
A dark blue Verizon EN-V3 cell phone, valued at about $200, was stolen from a women’s rest room in Travers Hall between 2 a.m. and 12 p.m. Sunday Nov. 8.
The victim, who is not a College student, said she woke up at 2 a.m. to use the bathroom. According to campus police, she believes she brought her phone in with her and then accidentally left it there. When she awoke again at 12 p.m., she realized that she no longer had her phone. She then called it from another phone, and heard male voices laughing, reports said. She was unable to further describe the voices.
A six-foot section of gutter and several feet of wire were found to be pulled down at 9:10 a.m. on Sunday Nov. 8 at the chemistry loading dock in the science complex.
According to campus police, it is unknown when the damage occurred but it appears to have been done by a truck or similar vehicle, as the principle damage is high above the ground.