By Brielle Bryan
Students seek help for intoxicated friend
A community adviser in Wolfe Hall contacted Campus Police to report that there was an intoxicated female in one of the bathrooms at approximately 2:20 a.m. on Sept. 30. Upon arrival, Campus Police was met by two CAs, who stated that they were approached by two female students who told them that their friend had been drinking and possibly needed medical attention. One of the CAs stated that she responded to the women’s bathroom and observed the intoxicated student vomiting in the toilet.
Campus Police spoke with the friends of the intoxicated student, who said that they went to an off-campus fraternity party. They stated that the intoxicated student had consumed an unknown amount of jungle juice from a barrel. They also said that they did not know which fraternity hosted the party.
TCNJ EMS evaluated the intoxicated student and did not deem it necessary to transport her for additional medical care. According to police reports, the student did not wish to seek additional medical attention. She confirmed that she had been drinking jungle juice and stated that she did not have anything else to drink. The student was not issued a summons due to her friends’ efforts in seeking medical attention, which fell under the scope of New Jersey’s 911 Lifeline Legislation.
Laundry missing in Townhouse South
At Campus Police headquarters, officers met with a male student who stated that his laundry had been stolen at approximately 9:20 p.m. on Sept. 30 in Townhouse South. According to police reports, the student brought his laundry to the Townhouse South laundry room at 8 a.m. He returned to the laundry room to retrieve his belongings at approximately 8 p.m. and found that his clothes were missing from the dryer that he used earlier in the day.
The student contacted his student adviser and reported his missing clothes — two pairs of socks, two pairs of underwear, two bath towels and a T-shirt, police said. Altogether, his missing laundry was valued at $26. The student searched the laundry room with his student adviser and was unable to find his belongings.
Campus Police completed an inventory of stolen property form with the student and informed him that he may request a copy of the case report in 10 business days. Campus Police advised the student to inform them if he finds his missing clothes.
Campus Police AIMMs to find lost headphones
Campus Police met with a male student at Campus Police Headquarters regarding the possible theft of his headphones at approximately 9:35 p.m. on Oct. 1. According to police reports, the headphones were described as a black HyperX cloud gaming headset and cost approximately $75.
The student said that the last place on campus he remembered having his headphones was when he stopped to use the men’s bathroom in the Arts and Interactive Multimedia Building.
After leaving the AIMM Building, he went to his apartment in Hausdoerffer Hall to retrieve a homework assignment for his next class, police said. He then attended class in Bliss Hall where he realized that he lost his headphones somewhere on campus.
The student retraced his footsteps and was unable to find the headphones at any of the locations he had been to that day. Campus Police informed the student that he could request a copy of the police report in 10 business days.
Campus Police checked the cameras in the AIMM Building, but was unable to observe anyone leaving the men’s room with a pair of black headphones.
Anyone with information can contact Campus Police at 609-771-2345.