Homecoming weekend had its fair share of disorderly conduct. According to Campus Police, there were 17 reports of underage drinking, five transports, a case of disorderly conduct and a case of criminal mischief.
Campus Police were notified of an intoxicated unconscious female found in the Brower Student Center bathroom on Saturday, Oct. 20 at 3 p.m. The student was found vomiting on the floor in a bathroom stall.
When an officer asked her if she was OK, she responded, “I’m OK, I had two shots,” as well as repeatedly reciting an unknown phone number. The girl’s eyes were bloodshot and glassy, according to police reports. Ewing Township EMS arrived on the scene and transported the student to Capital Systems in Hopewell.
She was issued a summons for underage drinking.
Two large white males were found fighting in the first level stairwell of Lot 6 on Saturday, Oct. 20 around 4:15 p.m. An officer was approached by a concerned citizen at the Homecoming game about a physical altercation in the garage parking lot. The officer found the males in a fighting stance screaming obscenities at each other. The same officer escorted one of the males out of Lions Stadium prior to the altercation for being a disturbance. The male began crying and when the officer asked why he was crying he said, “I didn’t do anything.” A summons was issued to both of the students for improper behavior and disturbing the peace.
A female student was found vomiting in the Travers Hall basement bathroom on Sunday, Oct. 21 at 1 a.m., according to Campus Police. She was found sitting on the bathroom floor, heavily intoxicated, and slurring her speech. She consumed between 16 and 18 12-ounce beer cans. The student told campus police that she consumed the alcohol at an off-campus party. Lions’ EMS arrived and called Ewing Township EMS to the scene. The female was transported to CHS in Hopewell and was issued a summons for underage drinking.
A portrait of Harold W. Eickhoff was damaged and a picture frame was stolen from Eickhoff Hall on Saturday, Oct. 20 around 8:30 a.m.
A student was on her way to work at 8 a.m. when she discovered the picture of Eickhoff pulled off the wall by an unknown party, and left on the floor. She also reported a stolen picture frame from the lobby, but could not give a detailed description. There is no further information at this time.