After drinking vodka in an igloo, an intoxicated male was found vomiting in a trashcan at 1:45 a.m. on Friday, Jan. 28 in the Norsworthy Hall lobby. Visibly shivering, he told officers that he had been drinking Smirnoff in the snow on the Green Lane Fields with his girlfriend, but came inside of Norsworthy to find help, since the female was unable to walk on her own, reports said.
Officers subsequently dispatched to Green Lane Fields for the unresponsive female, who was found in the igloo. Upon arrival, officers could hear her shouting, “Who is there?”
According to reports, her legs were surrounded by several inches of snow. She was able to speak but exhibited signs of hypothermia. She also smelled of alcohol. Lions EMS arrived on the scene and placed an emergency blanket around her before assisting her out of the snow-covered field. Pennington Road EMS assumed care and transported her to Capital Health’s Mercer Campus.
Both received summonses for underage drinking.
A male in an orange hooded-jacket was placed under arrest for use and possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia at 12:44 a.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 26. An officer observed him sparking a lighter numerous times and holding a clear, 16-ounce water bottle to his mouth, police said.
As the officer approached him on the sidewalk between Lots 8 and 9, a strong odor of burnt marijuana was present, reports said.
With an inexplicable abrasion on her right knee, an intoxicated female unintelligibly slurred her speech as she spoke to officers at 1:40 a.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 19 while sitting on a bed in Decker Hall. She was unable to stand and did not know how or when she hurt her knee, police said. She was issued a summons and transported by Ewing EMS to Capital Health Systems at Mercer Campus.
Consumption of jungle juice at an off-campus fraternity party caused two individuals to receive summonses for underage drinking.
According to reports, the male and female were found at 2:40 a.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 19 in Wolfe Hall with the odor of alcohol on their breath and clothing. The male was uncooperative. Lions EMS and a Community Advisor arrived on the scene.
A brief physical altercation occurred at 1:50 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 26 on the fourth floor of Travers Hall.
A Community Advisor said she caught the end of the fight, and those involved were physically separated from one another, police said.
The victim stated that he was walking back from the bathroom, when the accused male was standing at his door, saying unfavorable things. When the victim tried to side-step the other male, confrontation ensued. Lions EMS arrived and medically cleared the victim.
Jamie Primeau can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.