Campus riddled with graffiti

Campus Police discovered yet another  instance of graffiti designs on Friday, Sept. 27 at 10 a.m. in the Music Building. On report of criminal mischief, the graffiti read “Make shit happen EVaD” inside the fire door of the Music Building’s basement. There were no suspicious persons in the area at the time. According to Campus Police, the building is usually locked by 8 p.m. and is only open afterward to music majors until 11 p.m.

The other instances of graffiti were discovered last week at the Brower Student Center, on the steps of Green Hall, on the Pixels outside of the Music Building, near Lot 7, at Phelps Hall and on the snack shack metal screen near the baseball field.

By tracking these separate locations where graffiti signed “EVaD” was placed, Campus Police hope to prevent further vandalism to campus facilities. There is nothing further to report.

On Saturday, Sept. 28 at 12 a.m., Campus Police were dispatched to T-Dubs Dining Hall on report of an intoxicated male. The suspect was heavily intoxicated and had slurred speech, according to Campus Police. He had difficulty standing up and walking and was determined “uncoordinated” by Campus Police. According to Campus Police, the suspect vomited several times in a trash can, though the amount of alcohol he consumed was unclear.

The suspect was transported to Capital Health Systems-Hopewell Campus. He was given a summons for underage drinking and was advised of his impending court date.

Campus Police were dispatched to Townhouse East Complex at 1 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 30 on report of an intoxicated male. The suspect had bloodshot eyes and a disheveled appearance, and a strong odor of alcohol emanated from his breath, according to Campus Police.

Lions EMS evaluated the suspect and he was subsequently transported to Capital Health Systems-Hopewell Campus. He was issued a summons for underage drinking.