Sleeping student is robbed

On Friday, Oct. 18, the night before Homecoming, three summonses were given by Campus Police for underage consumption of alcohol. The next day Campus Police reported 25 summonses for underage drinking that occurred during the Homecoming festivities.

With other additional summonses included, the total was 31 summonses for the weekend.

Campus Police and N.J. State Police removed a male student  from TCNJ Glow on Saturday, Oct. 12, who was reportedly intoxicated and both physically and verbally threatening to other participants. At 8:24 p.m., the student was strapped to a stretcher and transported to Capital Health Systems at Hopewell, according to Campus Police.  He was given a summons for drinking alcohol under the legal age and public disorderly conduct. There was nothing further to report.

The same night at approximately 8:25 p.m., Campus Police gave summonses to two other intoxicated female students. The first suspect smelled strongly of alcohol and eventually admitted to drinking four shots of vodka, according to Campus Police. The second student had also drank vodka, slurred her words, and was unable to walk on her own. Both suspects were issued summonses on account of public disorderly conduct and underage consumption of alcohol.

On Tuesday, Oct. 15, a female student fell alseep on the fourth floor of the library and awoke to find her plaid backpack stolen. She reported her bag and its contents missing at 12:58 p.m. Shortly thereafter, the student was notified that her bag had been received in the Library’s main office.

She reported that her silver coach wristlet, $40 in cash, one credit card and one debit card had been stolen, along with her student ID and driver’s license. The victim was promptly advised to contact Campus Police if she should receive any further information.

A male student was found vomitting with his head and hands in a toilet on the Travers Hall eighth floor men’s restroom on Wednesday, Oct. 16 at 2:23 a.m. He admitted to Campus Police that he had consumed between four and seven solo cups of beer at an off-campus house.

The suspect was given a summons for underage drinking.