Parents pick up vomit-stained student from Pro Staff

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After a male student removed property without permission from a table in the Eickhoff Dining Hall on Wednesday, March 23, he was confronted by the female whose purse he had taken. According to reports, a Dining Services manager got involved and when doing so, the purse dropped to the floor. Campus Police responded to the scene but called in the suspect later for questioning. He was subsequently arrested.

Police stopped a vehicle after it entered an area with a “do not enter” sign at 2:45 a.m. on Sunday, March 27. When the car was stopped, an officer observed an individual in the backseat slumped over with his head in his hands. There was vomit inside and outside the car’s window closest to this passenger.

When the male looked up, he had vomit on his face and clothing. The driver stated that he had picked up the intoxicated male at an off-campus location. EMS personnel and residence directors (Pro Staff) evaluated the condition of the passenger, who had a strong combination of alcohol and vomit emanating from his breath, reports said. It was determined that he couldn’t remain on campus but did not need to be transported. As a result, he remained with Pro Staff members until his parents arrived to remove him from campus.

Unwanted and excessive amounts of text messages and Facebook messages resulted in officers meeting with a female in the Travers Hall lobby at 4:30 p.m. on Monday, March 28, who wished to file a report of harassment against her ex-boyfriend, police said. She had told him to stop contacting her, but the messages containing name calling, rude comments and argumentative messages continued, as frequently as 10 to 50 messages at a time a few days each week. The victim categorized the messages as annoying, not threatening, but decided that she did not wish to file any charges at that time.

While at a party in the 1900 block of Pennington Road, a female left her property in the care of a friend when she went to dance at around 2:30 a.m. on Saturday, March 26, according to police. When her friend got up off the couch the female went to retrieve her belongings but could not find her purple T-Mobile My Touch phone, green Sony Camera, pink College wristlet, Sovereign bank card, College ID and key. In total, the property is valued at $487.

When a female went to work out in the Packer Hall Physical Enhancement Center she placed her pink ID wallet holder in one of the cubbies on the wall at 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 24. She went to grab it after exercising but could not find it, reports said. Missing items include the ID holder, $25, a Visa debit card, her College ID, driver’s license and dorm room key.

Jamie Primeau can be reached at primeau2@tcnj.edu