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Police Beat: Minors in possession

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Minor in Possession — Liquor

Morrison Hall

Oct. 24

Officers responded to a call around 11 p.m. to investigate a strong odor of marijuana on the seventh floor. They found the source of the smell and the female occupant of the room consented to a search. Officers did not find any marijuana, although they did find a bottle of Pinnacle vodka. The female was underage, and cited for minor in possession.


 

Minor in possession — Liquor

Dressler Hall

Oct. 27

Police were called at 1:42 a.m. to respond to a highly-intoxicated female. The female, who drank too much vodka, was unable to stand without falling, and couldn’t blow for the breathalyzer test. She was arrested and cited for minor in possession.


 

Driving with suspended license

Apartments near Red Barn

Oct. 27

At 2:19 a.m., officers responded to a reported vehicle collision and a fight in progress. Witnesses said the crash was actually the driver running his vehicle up on the sidewalk. No one was arrested for the reported fight, but the driver of the vehicle was cited for driving with a suspended license.


 

Minor in possession — Marijuana

Dressler Hall

Oct. 31

Officers responded to a call at 11:12 p.m. about a strong marijuana odor coming from the sixth floor. When they found the source of the smell, the occupant of the room consented to a search. Officers found a mason jar full of marijuana, two joints and a grinder. The male was cited for minor in possession.


Minor in possession — Marijuana

Streeter Hall

Oct. 31

Police were called at 10:16 p.m. about a strong smell of marijuana on the second floor. The responding officer smelled burnt weed and made contact with a female in the room the odor was coming from. She consented to a search, which resulted in the officer finding three bongs, five pipes, three grinders and a vape pen. She was cited for minor in possession.


Minor in possession — Liquor

Brewster Hall

Nov. 4

Officers responded to a call at 1:05 a.m. about a “sick person” in the building. The female in question was visibly intoxicated, as was another female. They both consented to a breathalyzer test, and they both blew over the legal limit. The two females were cited for minor in possession.

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Dylan Harris, News Editor

Dylan Harris is The Easterner’s news editor. Harris, a senior studying journalism, plans to pursue a career as a news writer after college.

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