Graffiti, pot and mischief

Cop Shop

The following are police reports not previously published in last week’s issue.

Criminal mischief was reported at 7:30 a.m. on Monday, Nov. 20 when a blue chair was found on the grass area between the Brower Student Center and Packer Hall. The chair had been moved from its original location on the patio facing the Social Science Building and the back leg of the chair was broken, reports said.

Graffiti was discovered at 9 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 21 on a light pole at Lions’ Park. What appeared to be the initials “RK” or “RX” were spray painted onto the netted light pole. No other damage was observed and the spray cans could not be found.

After a Community Advisor reported the smell of burnt marijuana coming from the sixth floor of Wolfe Hall at 11:50 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 21, officers knocked and entered the suspected room. When asked where the marijuana was, the male lifted a piece of paper off a desk to reveal a bag of green/brown leafy vegetation, a wooden storage device used to contain marijuana and a small metal pipe resembling a cigarette used for inhaling marijuana smoke, police said. The accused male was then taken to Campus Police Headquarters for processing and was issued a summons.