Pro-life demonstration trashed on Kendall lawn

On Saturday, March 29, at 1:49 a.m., a student was arrested by Campus Police for punching and breaking a window on the second story stairwell to Lot 11. According to Campus Police, a student approached an officer on patrol and pointed out two passing students, saying of the first, “He broke that window.” The officer then approached the suspects, observing blood on both the first student’s hand and clothes. The odor of alcohol was present on both students as well, Campus Police said. When the officer asked the first student about the blood, he responded, “My friend threw up in my car. I got upset. I hit the wall. I hit the window.” As the second student was indeed observed to have consumed alochol that evening, Campus Police arrested the two students and escorted them to headquarters.

Several items were stolen from the Social Sciences Building on Monday, March 31, at 8:30 a.m. A faculty member observed a missing Keurig B31 Mini Plus coffee machine, worth $120, a Clorox liquid dish soap, worth $4 and a ring of four to five keys taken from a drawer behind her desk in room 317. According to Campus Police, all items were present the previous day at 3 p.m. when the faculty member left the buildling.

A trespasser was reported in the Administrative Services Building on Thursday, April 3, at 10:35 p.m. A building services employee noticed a suspicious man in the basement of the building, according to Campus Police. When asked what he was doing, the man said that he was merely “looking for the bathroom.” The employee pointed him in the proper direction before notifying Campus Police of his intrusion. Further investigation uncovered that the man had been arrested on Feb. 29, 2012, for similar charges of trespassing on campus and was consequently banned from the College. Campus Police said the man was then arrested and released with a court date scheduled.

On Friday, April 4, at 3:55 p.m., a member of the Students for Life club reported that a public demonstration by the club had been taken down without permission. According to Campus Police, the demonstration, which represented a cemetary of unborn children, was intact when the student left for class at 12:30 p.m. When she returned several hours later, the demonstration was gone — the 235 flags were removed and the sign was missing. After searching the area, the student found several flags in the trash to the north of Kendall Hall. Campus Police said that the club ultimately found 172 of their flags and their broken sign, but no suspects were listed in the act.

On Saturday, April 6, at 12:37 a.m., a CA on the fifth floor of Wolfe Hall reported an intoxicated student to Campus Police. The male, who was sleeping in the hallway, appeared to be breathing and uninjured, but was unresponsive to verbal commands. According to Campus Police, Lions EMS was called to treat the student. When he awoke, he declined to tell emergency respondents how much or where he drank that evening, but he remained unable to walk or stand without assistance. Campus Police said the student was transported to Hopewell Medical Center for further treatment.

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