Arguments and forgery

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Loud combative vodka drinkers and acts of blatant credit card fraud

A loud argument arose in New Residence Hall’s first floor lobby at 2 a.m. on Sunday, Feb. 5. Campus Police responded and found the visiting student who had been involved in the incident on a staircase, where he apologized for being loud and admitted to drinking vodka. He was issued a summons for underage drinking.

A former temporary employee of the College was arrested as the result of an investigation that began on Thursday, Feb. 2 into forgery of credit card applications. She faces six charges including identity theft and computer-related theft.  The former employee was arrested and posted bail pending a Ewing Township court date.

Campus Police were dispatched to New Residence Hall at 1 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 4 on report of an intoxicated female, but found the accused to be alert and conscious. She exhibited some signs of intoxication though, and the incident was documented by professional staff according to reports.

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