Male wanders into residents’ room, passes out on floor

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An unidentified male was found sleeping in a room at 6:45 a.m. Wednesday Sept. 1 in New Residence Hall. Residents said the individual tried to climb into bed with them and proceeded to fall asleep on the floor, according to reports. After being escorted from the room by Campus Police, he admitted to consuming alcoholic beverages after the campus’s Lollanobooza event that evening. He was issued a summons.

A female was found sitting on a flowerbed near the Eickhoff and Packer Hall walkway at 1:30 a.m on Monday Aug. 30. She was seen earlier in the evening near the tennis courts, unable to walk without the support of a friend, police said. The individual’s breath smelled like alcohol and she said she consumed alcoholic beverages at an off-campus party.

An intoxicated male was found at 12:45 a.m staggering in the Travers Hall basement on Monday Aug. 30. Reports say he smelled strongly of alcohol and told Campus Police he had consumed three to four beers in addition to an unknown number of shots at an off-campus party. The individual was issued a summons and transported to Capital Health Systems at Mercer Medical.

A Vera Bradley wristlet containing a student’s College ID, check card and driver’s license was stolen from a cubby in the Packer Hall Physical Enhancement center on Thursday Sept. 9. Police said the victim left the belongings (valuing $65) unattended at 9:30 a.m. and all were missing when she returned at 10:15 a.m. A search for the items was unsuccessful.

A man distributing menus in Travers Hall was reported as trespassing on Wednesday Sept. 1. The individual was wearing a black t-shirt, baseball cap and a backpack, reports said. Police found a man matching this description exiting the stairwell. A similar incident occurred on Friday Sept. 3 involving a different man from the same restaurant. Both were issued summonses.

Three dents were found on Thursday Sept. 2 on the roof of an individual’s car in Lot 9. The victim stated that the damage resulted from an unknown person or persons stepping on her vehicle’s roof, according to reports.

A Blackberry device, ATM card and driver’s license were stolen on Tuesday Aug. 31 from a table in the Eickhoff Dining Hall. Police said the victim left her belongings unattended and returned to find them missing.

An intoxicated male was found laying on the ground in Lot 9 when police arrived at 2:45 a.m. on Saturday Sept. 4. He was alert and conscious, and said he consumed alcohol earlier that evening, reports said. Lions EMS evaluated the individual.

An intoxicated female was found at 1 a.m. on Sunday Sept. 5 leaning against the wall in the rear of Wolfe Hall when police arrived. She had difficulty standing and her breath smelled of alcohol. She stated she had attended an off-campus party. After evaluation by Lions EMS, she was issued a summons and given a court date, Campus Police said.

A male and female were evaluated for intoxication at 2:15 a.m. on Monday Aug. 30 after entering New Residence Hall. Upon interviewing them, Campus Police observed the odor of alcohol and contacted Lions EMS. Both individuals were issued summonses from the township for underage possession/consumption of alcohol and were given court dates.

A male and female were seen holding a two-to three-inch white cigarette, walking along the sidewalk at 9:55 p.m. on Thursday Sept. 2 near Decker and Cromwell Halls. Passing police officers observed a strong smell, believed to be marijuana. As Campus Police approached the couple, the male rubbed the white cigarette out on the black top and placed it in his pocket. The two were arrested and processed for possession of controlled dangerous substance and drug paraphernalia, according to reports.

Six bicycles were reported stolen from the same bike rack in front of Phelps and Hausdoerffer Halls between Aug. 31 and Sept. 2. At 12:55 a.m. on Friday Sept. 3, a suspicious vehicle was observed on campus and the operator of the vehicle admitted to stealing the missing bicycles. Police said the man had cut the locks and taken the bikes. The individual was arrested and charged.

A black and lime green Blackberry Curve was stolen sometime between 12:30 p.m. on Friday Sept. 3 and 9:50 p.m. on Tuesday Sept. 7 from the Loser Hall basement. Reports say the phone’s owner was in class at the time. The phone values $129.99.

Leaving items unattended can result in theft. If you don’t want someone to take your belongings, don’t leave them where someone else can find them. Also, if you see suspicious activities occurring, especially in parking garages or near bike racks, report it to Campus Police immediately.