Student leaves laptop and bag overnight in Lot 5 / Girl vomits in men’s room after apple pie à la vodka

A student reported his backpack missing from Lot 5. The student told Campus Police he placed his backpack, which contained his Dell laptop, either on the ground next to his car, or in his car. He left it there overnight on Tuesday, April 17 and returned to his car the next morning to drive home, according to reports. He did not notice the backpack was gone until he arrived home.

The front window of his car is inoperable, the student said, and was in the lowered position, allowing anyone to gain access to the inside of his car. The laptop and backpack were valued at $440. There is no further information in this case.

An intoxicated female student was found vomiting into a toilet in the men’s restroom on the second floor of Travers Hall on Thursday, April 18 at 2:10 a.m. When Campus Police arrived, the student was conscious and said she consumed about five or six cups of jungle juice and a shot of apple pie vodka, according to reports.

Lions EMS arrived and evaluated the student. Pennington Road EMS later arrived and she was transported to Capital Health Center at Hopewell. She was issued a summons for underage drinking.

Campus Police were called to the third floor of Wolfe Hall on Sunday, April 21 at 1:25 a.m. on a report of two intoxicated students. Both students had difficulty walking, according to reports. One student said he had two or three cups of beer. He was evaluated and transported to Capital Health Center at Fuld. The other student said he consumed one and a half cups of beer. Both students were issued summons.

A professor called Campus Police to report a discharged fire extinguisher in the Biology Building on Sunday, April 21 at 6:10 p.m. The professor did not see the crime take place, nor could he describe a suspect, according to reports. A search for the discharged extinguisher was conducted, but the search yielded negative results. The discharge was found near room 112. There is nothing further to report.