Police Beat Issue 15 Volume 67

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Illustration by Rebecca Savinski

By Mike Manning, Administrative Assistant

January 25th, 12:04 a.m.
Drug Paraphernalia
CAs doing rounds in Streeter Hall reported the smell of marijuana coming from a room on the fourth floor. Officers responded to the suspected room and made contact with two male students. A pipe was found after conducting a search. One of the students claimed ownership of the pipe and was given a criminal citation. Both were reported to Student Rights and Responsibilities.

January 26th, 9:31 a.m.
Marijuana
Two men were reportedly seen smoking marijuana in a red vehicle parked on Cedar Street. Police responded and found the two suspects in the described vehicle were both students. The smell of marijuana was present and both individuals showed signs of intoxication. They were referred to Student Rights and Responsibilities.

January 26th, 2:36 p.m.
Tresspassing
A female resident in Morrison Hall struggled to get three male students to leave her room. Police responded to the potential assault and all three were cited for trespassing and referred to Student Rights and Responsibilities.

January 28th, 8:16 p.m.
Motor Vehicle Theft
A dining services golf cart parked outside Reese Court during the basketball game was stolen. An employee for dining services reported the cart stolen and 40 minutes later two unidentifiable males were seen driving it. The cart was left and recovered. The investigation is ongoing.

January 29th, 9 p.m.
Car Prowl
A male student parked his locked vehicle in lot P-13 on Jan. 28. Upon returning to his vehicle on the 29th he found that his stereo system, change compartment and blanket had been stolen. There are no current leads.

January 29th, 2:26 a.m.
Destruction of Property
A resident on the third floor of LA Hall reported a male resident walking into their room and urinating on the floor. Contact with the suspect was made and he claimed to have been sleep walking. He was given a criminal citation.

January 30th, 8:30 p.m.
Burglary
A resident on the ninth floor of Pearce Hall left his room briefly. When he returned it was discovered his PlayStation, controller and a video game had been stolen. There are no current leads.