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Thursday October 6th

Student spit-takes straight to a summons

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  • On Tuesday, Sept. 24, at 12:55 a.m., Campus Police arrived at Travers Hall in response to a resident stumbling into the men’s bathroom and vomiting. Campus Police noticed the resident spitting multiple times with difficulty speaking and holding balance. The resident stated that he consumed approximately nine drinks of rum and beer at a location he did not want to reveal, according to Campus Police. Lions EMS and professional staff of Residential Education and Housing were on the scene. The resident received a summons for underage alcohol consumption.

  • On Friday, Sept. 27, at 2 a.m., Campus Police arrived at Cromwell Hall on a report of a resident vomiting. While Lions EMS was evaluating and providing care to the victim, Campus Police spoke with the victim’s roommate, who said he received a call from a friend to pick up the victim from a party. The roommate said when he arrived, he saw that the victim appeared intoxicated and was not able to stand on his own, according to Campus Police. The victim was transported to Capital Health and received a summons for underage drinking.

  • On Tuesday, Sept. 24, at 5:15 a.m., Campus Police observed on cameras what appeared to be a damaged screen on the ground outside the rear entrance of Phelps Hall. Campus Police detailed and observed that the screen in the back of Phelps from the staircase had been kicked out, and a criminal mischief report was filed.


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