Trail of urine leads to man covered in chocolate

Cop ShopA male student was observed urinating on the walkway by Lot 8 on Sunday, Oct. 7 around 2:50 a.m. by campus police. The trail of urine was approximately 30 ft. long, going along the street lamps of the parking lot. When approached, the student said he was fine and just wanted to go to sleep. He also said it was “a stupid choice” to urinate on the sidewalk.

According to police, the student appeared to be covered from head to toe in a substance which looked like chocolate sauce. The student had been drinking at an off-campus party, which included throwing chocolate sauce on one another. Police said he would not tell them where the party was, because “he didn’t speak Greek.” Lions’ EMS evaluated the student and he required no further treatment.

Police responded to a report of an intoxicated student in a residence hall  on Monday, Oct. 8 at 2:40 a.m. The student was found passed out on her bed with a garbage can containing vomit on the floor nearby. When she woke up, her speech was slurred, as she said she had been drinking whiskey and “woska” earlier that night. She refused to give the names of the other students with whom she had been drinking. Lions’ EMS arrived and evaluated her. She was transported and issued a summons for underage drinking.

Police were notified of an intoxicated student Monday, Oct. 11 around 10:15 p.m. in one of the residence halls. He was sitting upright in his bed, slumped over a trash can, vomiting. His speech was slurred, said police. The student said he drank too much, about 10 shots of vodka, in celebration of his birthday. Lions’EMS arrived, evaluated him, and transported him. He was issued a summons.

The Phelps Hall sign was reported missing Monday, Oct. 1 at 12:30 a.m. The 3.5ft by 2.5ft brown sign with “Phelps Hall” in white lettering is valued at $672. Police searched the area, but nothing was found. There are no suspects in the case.

An iPhone in a purple lifeproof case was reported missing Sunday, Sept. 30 at 1:00 a.m. The owner of the phone said she had been dining in Eickhoff the evening before, and that was the last time she remembered seeing the phone, according to police. When she realized it was missing, she locked it, making it inoperable. The phone is valued at $600.