Student admits pot use; profanity spray-painted in Eick

Campus Police issued a resident of Centennial Hall summonses for possession and being under the influence of a controlled substance at 9:45 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 31. Reports said Campus Police was contacted to investigate what was believed to be the smell of marijuana emanating from the accused’s dorm room. The officer noticed that the student had glassy, bloodshot and watery eyes. His clothes were also disheveled and smelled strongly of burnt marijuana. The officer asked the accused if he was aware of the smell, saying that the scent was very strong in the room. The student said that the marijuana was his, but he had already smoked it.

A female was found vomiting in the Travers Hall basement women’s bathroom at 12:05 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 29, according to Campus Police. Lions EMS arrived to evaluate the accused, who police say admitted to drinking alcohol earlier in the evening at a fraternity house. She said that she had taken shots but could not remember what type of alcohol she drank or when she had consumed it. She was vomiting into a toilet bowl and could not raise her head from the rim, reports said. Pennington Road EMS arrived and transported her to Capital Health System, Mercer Campus. Campus Police issued her a summons for underage drinking.

The word “fucker” was found spray-painted on the block wall of the Eickhoff Hall third-floor garbage room at 9 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 3. Police say the words “Nick was here” was spray-painted below it. Building Services was informed in order to schedule removal.

Campus Police arrested a male for criminal mischief after writing on shelves in the College Bookstore at 1:35 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 1. The bookstore’s manager contacted Campus Police after witnessing the unidentified suspect writing on the shelves. Reports said Campus Police reviewed security camera footage and saw the accused writing “shit or get off the can” on two separate areas. A male matching the description was found sitting at a table in the Brower Student Center. Campus Police obtained his identity from his N.J. Driver’s License, and the bookstore’s manager positively identified him as the suspect.