Odor complaints in Townhouses South lead to drug bust

Police found a male student under the influence of marijuana at 9 p.m. on Tuesday Oct. 5 in Townhouses South, after receiving complaints of an odor believed to be an illegal substance. According to reports, officers located the unit where the odor was the strongest and knocked on the door. After the resident opened the door, officers explained why they were there. The student said “sorry,” as he handed over a 6.5-inch multicolored glass water pipe commonly used to ingest marijuana. He received a complaint summons for being under the influence of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia with the intent to use. He was given a court date and released from police custody on his own recognizance.

An intoxicated female with a head injury was met by police at 5 p.m. on Saturday Oct. 2 in the walkway by Lots 4 and 6. Upon the officers’ arrival, she was sitting in a chair. There were multiple lacerations on her face and her nose was bleeding, police said. Lions EMS arrived to provide treatment. She stated that she had tripped and fallen while walking. While speaking to officers, her speech was severely slurred and her breath smelled strongly of alcohol. Her eyes were glassy and she was unable to sit still, as her head repeatedly fell forward, reports said. She confirmed that she had consumed alcohol. She received a summons.

A Yamaha public address speaker was reported missing at 2 p.m. on Wednesday Sept. 29 from the Spiritual Center. According to the president of the Gospel Choir, the speaker was last seen in a storage closet on Wednesday Sept. 22. The speaker is described as a black Yamaha S115V valuing approximately $350, according to reports.

An iPod was reported as stolen at 3 p.m. on Friday Oct. 1 from Travers Hall. The male victim last remembers seeing his iPod when it was docked in the iHome on his end table before he went to sleep at approximately 3 a.m. on Thursday Sept. 30, reports said. The silver iPod Touch values $180 and its black soft case is worth $10.