No use crying over spilt blood, summons issued

Campus Police patrols the paths of the College. (Photo by Lianna Lazur)

A male student was found vomiting blood at 11:30 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 22, in front of Brewster Hall, according to reports. Campus police approached the student and found him being held up and supported by another student while vomiting into a trash can due to drinking an unknown amount of vodka and whiskey. The student said he began drinking in his dorm room, but later continued drinking in a female dorm room in Brewster. The female students said he was intoxicated prior to his arrival into their room. A resident found the male student vomiting blood and reported it to the ABE Residence Hall office. Lawrence Township arrived and transported him to Capital Health Systems Hopewell. The student received a summons and mandatory court appearance.

A Vera Bradley wallet was reported missing at 2:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 18, from the third floor of the Library. A female student said she went to the restroom and left her bookbag on a table next to the library offices on the third floor. When she returned three minutes later, the student said her wallet was removed from the bookbag. According to reports, later that day at 7:25 p.m. the student’s wallet was found and returned with all of its contents by an unknown party.

Campus police observed a male student stumbling towards the front entrance of Centennial Hall at 2:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 19. The student was drinking alcohol in New Residence Hall with friends, where he consumed 10 beers and Jägermeister, according to police reports. The officer asked the student “What is going on?” to which the student responded “I’m fine.” Lions EMS evaluated the student and transported him to Capital Health Systems in Hopewell. The student received a summons for underage drinking.

A black Fuji bicycle was reported stolen at 3:45 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 23 the first level of Lot 9. The student said that he properly secured his bike to a stairway rail closest to Decker Hall. When he returned, the student found the lock on the ground, according to reports. The bicycle was valued at $850.