By Brielle Bryan
Student guzzles seven shots of vodka
Campus Police was dispatched to Travers Hall at approximately 11:30 p.m. on Oct. 26 on a call about an intoxicated male student. Upon arrival, Campus Police met with a female student who said that her friend had consumed too much alcohol and needed help.
Campus Police observed the student sitting on the bed and throwing up into a garbage can. He was in and out of consciousness, police said. Campus Police attempted to ask the student how much he had to drink, and he guessed he had drank about seven shots of vodka. He mentioned he was drinking on another floor in the building.
TCNJ EMS and Ewing Township EMS treated the student and he was transported to the hospital for further evaluation, police said. He was not issued a summons due to the New Jersey 911 Lifeline Legislation.
TCNJ EMS determines intoxicated student needs further medical care
A security officer observed a male student vomiting in Wolfe Hall near the elevators at approximately 11:45 p.m. on Oct. 27. Campus Police was dispatched to Wolfe Hall and observed the student sitting on a sofa with vomit on his jeans and shirt. Campus Police asked the student his date of birth, and he struggled to answer.
TCNJ EMS arrived and assessed the student’s condition, and determined that the student needed to be transported to the hospital for further evaluation, police said. Pro-staff arrived on scene at approximately 11:51 p.m. Lawrence Township EMS arrived on scene at approximately 11:52 p.m. and transported the student to the hospital, police said. The student was issued a summons for underage drinking.
Community adviser assists student lying in vomit
Campus Police was dispatched to Allen Hall at approximately 4:28 a.m. on Oct. 27 on a report of an intoxicated male student. Campus Police arrived on scene and met with the student and his CA. The CA stated that he observed the student lying on the floor with vomit by his face, police said. The student admitted to consuming an unknown amount of vodka and beer.
The student also stated he was drinking with his friends earlier in the evening at Travers Hall. TCNJ EMS was dispatched to evaluate the student and determined that the student would not need to be transported to the hospital, police said. He was issued a summons for underage drinking. Officers advised that if the student needed any further medical treatment, he should contact Campus Police. His roommate was also advised to monitor his condition.
Student admits to consuming six cups of jungle juice at off-campus party
Campus Police was dispatched to the Residence Life office in Travers Hall on a report of an intoxicated male at approximately 1:33 a.m. on Oct. 28. Upon arrival, Campus Police observed a male student on the couch who appeared to be intoxicated.
A Pro-staff member stated that he was approached by a CA requesting help for the student who appeared intoxicated while walking through Travers and Wolfe Halls, police said. Campus Police asked the student if he had consumed alcoholic beverages and he stated he had consumed six cups of jungle juice at a party that was off campus.
TCNJ EMS was dispatched and arrived on scene at approximately 1:35 a.m. to evaluate the student, police said. TCNJ EMS determined he did not need to be transported to the hospital for further evaluation, but during TCNJ EMS’ evaluation, the student vomited multiple times in a wastebasket.
The student read and signed a medical refusal form and was turned over to the care of another student, police said. The student was not cited for underage drinking due to the New Jersey 911 Lifeline Legislation.
Student claims locker was broken into at Campus Town Fitness Center
On Thursday, Nov. 1, at approximately noon, a male student arrived at Campus Police Headquarters to report a theft that occurred on Oct. 29. He reported that he was at the Fitness Center in Campus Town between approximately 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. when he placed his bag inside of a locker in the locker room and put a combination lock in the locker handle to secure it, police said.
When he returned to his locker, he noticed that the lock was opened. He stated that he did not pull on the lock to ensure that it had latched closed, police said. When he opened the locker, he noticed that the compartment where his wallet was stored had been left open. Looking in his wallet, he noticed that all of his cards and identifications were there, however, $200 in cash was missing, police said. When he returned to his residence that night, he also noticed that his watch was missing from the bag. He stated that his watch was a black G-Shock, which had identifying scratches and worn edges on the face.
He was advised to attempt to locate a model or serial number for the watch, police said. He was provided a victim notification form and case number for reference. He also stated that he did not observe any suspicious activity or people in the gym at the time of the incident. He was advised to contact Campus Police if he obtained additional information about the incident.