Painting taken and returned

An iPhone 5 and its silver case were stolen from a student at approximately 6 p.m. on Tuesday Oct. 22, according to Campus Police. Campus Police was approached in the Arts and Interactive Multimedia by a student at 6:30 p.m. after she had discovered that her property, valued at $600, was removed from her bag. The student had left her bag in a room in the AIMM building and returned to find her phone missing, according to Campus Police.

There were no suspicious persons in the area. The victim was advised to inform Campus Police if she should receive any further information regarding her property’s whereabouts.

On Tuesday, Oct. 29, it was discovered that paint had been poured and splashed all over Holman Hall’s second floor. Campus Policedetermined that the instance of criminal mischief had occurred between 2 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 28 and 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 29. Following the investigation of the crime, three students were arrested and issued complaint summons. The paint had covered blackboards, furniture and the floor in the above-mentioned location.

A student reported to Campus Police on Wednesday, Oct. 30 that she had found the painting of Harold Eickhoff lying in the backyard of her Ewing home with a white bedsheet covering it. The informant reported that neither she nor her roommates were aware of how the painting got there, according to Campus Police.

At 2:30 p.m. that day the informant returned the painting to Campus Police, who then brought it back to its original location in Eickhoff Hall. It was reported to Campus Police that the painting had been hung with security brackets in 2012. It is unknown who removed the painting, according to Campus Police.

While on foot patrol, Campus Police discovered a male student described as “passed out or sleeping” in the low side stairwell of Wolfe Hall. The student was determined to be intoxicated on Sunday, Nov. 3 at 1:15 a.m. by Campus Police due to the scent of alcohol emanating from his breath and his unresponsiveness to verbal interaction.

Lions EMS were requested to evaluate the student. He eventually was woken up by Campus Police.

He then admitted to consuming two to three shots of vodka in his room in Wolfe followed by two to three solo cups of beer and six or seven more shots of Vodka at an off-campus party.

The suspect had forgotten how long he had been asleep in the stairwell, according to Campus Police. The male student was transported to Capital Health Systems-Hopewell Campus and was issued a summons for underage drinking.

Campus Police discovered the sign for Lot 13 damaged on Saturday, Nov. 2 at 4:10 a.m. The sign’s supporting metal pole had been cracked. There were no suspects or witnesses.