Student yells profanities at ‘kissers,’ apologizes to webcam

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A male used offensive language directed at two students attempting to break the world record for longest continuous kiss at 2:20 a.m. on Sunday Sept. 19 in the Alumni Grove. According to reports, he yelled the word “faggots” at the students participating in the kiss. The individual smelled like alcohol and said he had consumed beer. He then apologized to the audience watching the event via webcam, and to the two students in person. He received a thumbs up from the pair, which was a sign of their acceptance of his apology, reports said. He received a summons for underage drinking.

An intoxicated female was being evaluated by Lions EMS at 10:30 p.m. on Friday Sept. 17 when police arrived at her room on the ninth floor of Travers Hall. A male had contacted Res Life after hearing vomiting coming from the women’s bathroom, police said. Officers observed vomit on the female’s jeans and she admitted to consuming 4-5 shots of alcohol in Wolfe Hall. She was issued a summons.

After being found unconscious in a shower with vomit on his pants, an intoxicated male was receiving care from Lions EMS at 4 a.m. on Friday Sept. 24 in Decker Hall when police arrived. According to reports, he admitted to consuming alcoholic beverages earlier in the evening. Pennington Road EMS arrived and transported him to Capital Health Systems at Mercer. He was issued a summons.

An amount of $236 was reported stolen at 6:10 p.m. on Friday Sept. 17 from the Recreation Center. The victim left his white and blue wallet on a bench while playing basketball at 5 p.m. and the money was missing when he returned. A staff member from the Rec Center witnessed someone removing money from the wallet, police said. The accused male was located and processed for theft. He was released, pending a court hearing, and all money was returned to the victim.

A laptop computer owned by the College was reported missing. A female misplaced it sometime between noon on Wednesday Sept. 15 and 3 p.m. on Friday Sept. 17. The victim said she last saw it in either the Library’s first floor conference room or Allen Hall. It was a Dell Latitude laptop. Searches for it were unsuccessful, according to reports.