Shots, shots, vomit; panty raid taken $210 too far

Cop Shop logoCampus Police noticed an intoxicated female student in a parked car in Lot 8A on Sunday, Oct. 14 around 3 a.m.

According to police, she was sitting in the back of the car, with an empty bottle of vodka lying on the floor of the vehicle. When the girl got out and spoke with the officer, she had trouble keeping her balance and smelled strongly of alcohol.

She was later taken to police headquarters, where she vomited twice in the holding area upon her arrival, according to police reports. She said she drank four shots of vodka around midnight. Lions’ EMS arrived to evaluate her condition. She was released and given a summons for drug use and possession and underage drinking. She was also issued a court appearance.

A victim of theft reported her laundry was missing from the Hausdoerffer Hall first floor laundry room at 4 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 14.

According to campus police, she put her laundry into dryer No. 12 on the previous day around 6:30 p.m. When she returned the next day to retrieve the laundry, it was gone. Her clothes were valued at $210.

She was issued a victim notification form. There is no further information on the location of the laundry.

A steering wheel club was reported missing from the Lions’ EMS vehicle on Saturday, Oct. 6 at 5:30 p.m. Police spoke with a College worker who was returning the vehicle to the front of Decker Hall after Community Fest, when he noticed the club was missing.

Another College worker said he had driven the vehicle at 9:30 p.m. the night before and the club was intact. A search was conducted and the club was retrieved from a drainage ditch behind the College Spiritual Center. There was no damage to the vehicle or the club. There is no further information at this time.

A student reported on Tuesday, Oct. 9 at 1:30 p.m. that his bike had been stolen from a bicycle rack in front of Wolfe Hall, according to police. The bike was locked to the rack when the student left it on Sunday, Oct. 7, but when the student returned around 3 p.m., his bike and lock were missing.

Police checked campus bike racks for a matching description, but the bike was not found, police said. It had a black frame with blue rims and pedals and was valued at $1,210.