By Peter Fiorilla
• Campus Police were dispatched to the third floor of Travers Hall on Wednesday, Nov. 12, at 3:50 a.m., in response to a report of an intoxicated student. They found a student seated on the floor by the elevators being attended to by Lions EMS. The student said he consumed various kinds of alcohol earlier in the evening, according to Campus Police, and that while looking for a friend in Travers Hall, he had accidentally walked into another room. The room’s residents told Campus Police they had left their door unlocked when they went to sleep and were awoken by the sound of the door opening. One of the residents said the intoxicated student “entered the room, sat on her desk chair and began urinating on the chair and floor.” Both residents told the student to leave, and he told them to “go back to sleep.” The intoxicated student was charged with consumption of alcohol in a public place.
• A student met with Campus Police on Monday, Nov. 10, at 2:45 p.m., to file a report on a forged check. The student said a check from the College, issued in Sept. 2013 for about $4,000 had been forged and cashed without his authorization, and he had not reported it stolen since. Campus Police are conducting an ongoing investigation.
• A student told Campus Police on Monday, Nov. 10, that $40 had been stolen from his wallet on Friday, Oct. 31, at around 5 p.m. When the student left his room to use the bathroom, his wallet — which he left on a desk — contained $42 as well as a $10 Canadian bill. When the student returned, he said $40 was missing. The victim does not wish to file criminal charges and has been advised to contact Ewing Court if he wishes to file at a later date.