Menu deliveryman issued summons for trespassing

An Asian man distributing menus from Fu-Wah Restaurant was issued a summons for trespassing in Cromwell Hall on Sunday, Oct. 2.
Campus Police dispatched an officer at approximately 2 p.m. to the third floor of the freshman residential hall on a report of a suspicious Asian man wearing a brown shirt and jeans handing out Fu-Wah menus. Reports say that upon arrival, a community advisor saw the man headed toward the staircase. The officer entered the staircase and went down to the second floor, which was searched with negative results. The officer proceeded to the first floor, where he found the male matching the caller’s description. The male was issued a summons for criminal trespass and was then released on his own recognition at 3:20 p.m.

Campus Police issued an intoxicated Wolfe Hall resident a summons for underage drinking at about 2 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 1.

After being summoned to the freshman residential hall, two officers arrived at Wolfe at 1:45 a.m., where they were met by ResEd staff and the accused student. The female student was alert, conscious and able to answer all questions, according to reports. Police say she was sitting on her bed with glassy eyes and stated that she was at a “mixed” party at an off-campus location, where she consumed “jungle juice.” Lions EMS also arrived to evaluate the student.

Campus Police issued an intoxicated student a summons for underage drinking around 3 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 7 in Wolfe Hall. According to reports, the student said he had been drinking beer at an off-campus party and had consumed shots before the party.

An officer on foot patrol in Wolfe Hall first observed the student stumbling through the first-floor hallway at about 2:40 a.m. Upon speaking to him, the officer noticed that the student was slurring his words and that his face was flushed.
Lions EMS arrived and assumed patient care, reports say. Pennington Road EMS arrived, assumed patient care and transported the student to Capital Health Systems, Mercer Campus for further evaluation.

A female student reported her iPhone 3 missing after leaving it on a table in Eickhoff Hall while she got her food on Thursday, Sept. 29.

She said she had been in the dining hall between 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 29. She stated that she left her cell phone unsecured and unattended with several other items on a table in the dining area while she got her food. Police say that when she attempted to leave the dining hall, she realized the phone was no longer in her possession. Her search of the surrounding area was unsuccessful. The iPhone and its blue cover are collectively worth $70.

A man who had lost a clear plastic bag containing his wallet and other personal items stopped an officer on vehicle patrol at approximately 8:20 p.m. on Oct. 1. The man, who stated that he was the referee of a soccer game on the College turf field, said he had searched the area where he believed he had lost the items but recovered nothing. The game ended at 6 p.m., and he returned to his vehicle in Lot 5.

Police say he did not recall whether he placed the plastic bag on the ground or on top of his vehicle. After the game, he left the College and arrived at Hunterdon Medical Center at approximately 6:30 p.m., when he realized his bag was missing. The bag contained a brown tri-fold wallet containing 10 one-dollar bills, his New Jersey driver’s license and his Bank of America debit card, according to reports. The man also stated that a black comb, ChapStick and four 20-dollar bills were inside the bag.

The officer sent him to Brower Student Center to identify the recovered wallet. All of the items were present except the four 20-dollar bills.