Push-ups lead to piss, Decker resident busted

A Ewing resident reported a group of six people doing push-ups on the street in front of her house at approximately 12:40 a.m. on Monday, Aug. 3, according to reports. She then reported that her mailbox had been vandalized. When police were driving down the street they noticed people fitting the resident’s description, one of whom was relieving himself on a tree. The students received summons for underage drinking, but were not charged further.

While a Campus Police officer was at a stop on Metzger Drive at 1:25 a.m. on Sunday, Sept. 2, they noticed a student staggering towards the back of Decker Hall. He then attempted to open a window to a dorm room, according to reports. When the officer approached and asked what he was doing, the student replied that he wanted to get into his room, but didn’t want to walk around to the front entrance. He stated that he had multiple Solo cups of beer and was issued a summons.

After leaving a Coach wallet unattended in a practice room while taking a trip to the bathroom in the Music Building on Wednesday, Aug. 29, a student returned to find the wallet missing. The wallet (valued at $60) along with a credit card, bank card, drivers license and College ID did not turn up and were reported stolen, according to Campus Police.

A 17-inch silver Mac Book Pro was stolen from a Library study room around 8:30 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 30. The owner of the laptop left it unattended while they visited Eickhoff Hall, when they returned the computer was missing. They searched the area and asked the desk, but found nothing. They reported that the computer was stolen at 8:55 p.m.

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