Penis drawn, public urine

Campus Police were dispatched to the rear entrance lobby of Wolfe Hall on a report of criminal mischief on Monday, Sept. 2.  When Campus Police arrived, they observed three penises drawn in black marker, and the letters “T, B” on the doors of the rear entrance. College Facilities was called to remove the crude imagery.

The fire alarm sounded in Travers Hall at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 4, and everyone was immediately evacuated. The scene was observed as having a haze in the air and a powdery white substance on the floor, according to Campus Police, who were dispatched to the site and found a discharged fire extinguisher upon their arrival. Campus Police removed the fire extinguisher and logged it in evidence.

Campus Police were dispatched to Travers Hall on report of a suspicious person at 12:15 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 7. The male suspect was initially reported to be intoxicated and wandering the first floor of Travers. Campus Police found the suspect in Lot 12 near the Rec Center with a bag of chips in one hand and his shoe in the other hand. He smelled of alcohol and admitted to drinking three beers at off-campus houses, according to Campus Police.

A Campus Police officer on vehicle duty at 1:40 a.m. on Sunday, Sept. 8, reported a male student urinating onto a grassy area behind Wolfe Hall. He told Campus Police that he was waiting for a food delivery and could not wait to go back to his room in the towers. The suspect was issued a summons for public urination and advised of his pending court date.

An intoxicated female who was reported to Campus Police at 1:55 a.m. on Sunday, Sept. 8 admitted to drinking four shots of liquor and a beer. Lions EMS had already evaluated her health when Campus Police arrived and observed an empty bottle of lemon liquor and six empty shot glasses on the floor near her roommate’s bed. When asked, the suspect evaded questions as to the ownership of the bottle, according to reports.

On Sunday, Sept. 8, at 2:40 a.m. an intoxicated female was reported to Campus Police from the Wolfe Hall main office. The suspect was found laying on the floor in front of her room and did not have her room key or ID. According to Campus Police, her breath smelled strongly of alcohol and she had slurred speech. The suspect admitted to drinking “maybe three beers” at an unknown location on-campus and later added that she was also drinking at a party.  She was issued a summons for underage drinking.