Drunk freshman tells cop to ‘chill’; 11 drinking summonses issued

An underage male was caught in possession of an alcoholic beverage by a plainclothes officer during Homecoming at 10:45 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 22.

A summons was issued for possession or consumption of alcoholic beverages underage.

Reports say 11 other underage drinking summonses were also issued during Homecoming.

An unresponsive male was found lying in his bed in Wolfe Hall at 4 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 22.

The student was breathing but not responding to questions, and vomit was found in the area surrounding his bed.

Police say that after an officer tried to wake the student several times, the male finally responded, saying, “Chill.”

He admitted to consuming an unknown amount of alcoholic beverages earlier in the evening. Pennington Road EMS arrived and evaluated him.

He was transported to Capital Health System at Mercer for evaluation.

A College special events staff member faced problems after attempting to bar a group of people from reentering an event at 10:10 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 21.

One member of the group became hostile, raising his voice and demanding to reenter the event.

Police say an officer became involved in the incident after the accused and his friends surrounded the staff member in an intimidating manner, yelling obscenities.

The group then surrounded the rear doors, making it difficult for other people to exit.

The officer asked them twice to leave, to which the accused replied that this was “fucking bullshit” and that he wanted his “fucking money back,” reports said.

The officer reported observing a strong odor of alcohol on the accused’s breath.

The officer again asked them to leave due to safety reasons, as the group was preventing others from leaving and was obstructing a fire exit, and said that he would have to place them under arrest if they did not leave.

The accused replied, “I ain’t fucking leaving.”

He was issued a summons for obstructing administration of law and disorderly conduct.

An unidentified female notified an officer in the Brower Student Center of a fight at 8:50 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 21.

When he approached the lower-level bathroom area near the food court, he saw two males walking quickly out of the bathroom area.

The first male, who was holding his forehead and appeared distressed, was being assisted by the second male. Upon seeing the officer, the second male pointed out a third male coming from the bathroom area.

Reports say that when questioned, this third male stated that he was just by himself. His shirt was ripped on the upper right shoulder area.

The officer was subsequently unable to locate the first two males.

The third male was issued a summons for Disorderly Conduct.