Police Beat October 27th

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Gerald Maib

By Kristi Lucchetta, News Editor

 

Liquor Violation

October 19th

Officers received a call about a possible alcohol poisoning on the 9th floor of Pearce Hall. A male student was very intoxicated and under the age of 21. Officers cited the student with an MIP and referred him to Student Rights and Responsibilities.

 

 

Liquor Violation

October 20th

Around 8:30 p.m. officers made an arrest on a non-student male who was driving down Elm Street at a high rate. When the officer pulled over the vehicle, the smell of alcohol was apparent. The male was arrested for  driving under the influence and for having switched plates.

 

Liquor Violation

October 23rd

While an officer was driving down Elm Street he spotted a female student staggering on the southbound lane. She had her thumb out, appearing as a hitchhiker. When the officer slowed down the female student opened the car door and got in the police vehicle. It appeared the female student was very intoxicated. She was cited and referred to Student Rights and Responsibilities.

The officer returned the female student to her dorm room.

 

Liquor Violation

October 23rd

After a non-student was transported to the hospital after being found overly intoxicated, officers went to the apartment where he was previously hanging out. The officers found a male student very intoxicated and he was cited with an MIP and referred to Student Rights and Responsibilities.