Drunk student covered in mud, property stolen

A male student whose pants were covered in mud and sweatshirt had pine needles on it was observed stumbling on the sidewalk outside New Residence Hall at 3:20 a.m. on Sunday, Jan. 1, according to police records.  A Campus Police officer on patrol observed the student and approached him to ask his name. Upon speaking to him, the officer noticed that the student’s eyes were glazy and smelled a strong alcoholic odor emanating from the student’s breath.  After evaluating him, Lawrence Township EMS transported him to Hopewell Medical Center.  He was issued a summons for underage consumption of alcoholic beverages.

A female student was found vomiting in the women’s bathroom on the first floor of Eickhoff Hall at approximately 9:00 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 16.  Lions EMS evaluated the student, and Campus Police issued her a summons for consumption of alcoholic beverages while being underage.  According to reports, the accused student stated that she had consumed two glasses of wine and a shot of rum, and then decided that she wanted to go to Eickhoff to have something to eat.

A door alarm was activated in Decker Hall at approximately 1:15 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 7 and Campus Police dispatched two officers in response.  As they were entering the building, the officers observed two men in hooded sweatshirts in the basement, through a window.  The officers searched the basement, but the men were no longer there, officers said.  During an exterior search of Decker, the officers saw the men exiting from the front of the building.  Both were taken in, and one man was arrested and charged with trespassing.

Two pairs of Skullcandy headphones, one pair of Bose headphones, a gray Cannon Power Shot digital camera and an electronic charger were reported stolen from a male student’s room in Cromwell Hall between Dec. 15 and Jan. 17, while he was away on winter break, according to Campus Police. Campus Police advised the victim of his rights and issued him a victim notification form. There are no suspects.

After losing her iPhone 4 in Lot 4, a female student used her GPS tracking system to locate the phone.  After determining that its location was an off-campus residence, the student notified Campus Police at 6:20 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 18. Police recovered the phone using this information and returned it to the student, who then observed that it had been wiped clean of its contents.  Campus Police returned to the residence and were directed to the College’s track to find the male accused of wiping the phone.  Police arrested him and served him a summons for theft.

A student residing in a house on Pennington Road reported that her black Cannon EOS Rebel XS camera with a telephoto lens was stolen from her house on Wednesday, Jan. 18, according to Campus Police. The student told police that the side door of the residence was unlocked at the time. The camera was last seen during the daytime and upon returning around dinnertime it was missing.

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