On Thursday, Sept. 23, Campus Police was dispatched to Wolfe Hall on reports of fireworks being lit and thrown out a room window. While monitoring the building, the officers saw fireworks being thrown out the window at 12:40 a.m. and 1:10 a.m. The officers determined which window the fireworks were being thrown out of and went up to the room.
Once allowed into the room, they saw two male and two female students were inside. The officers noticed three Coors Light beer cans open.
One student confessed he was of age, purchased the alcohol and provided it to the minors, and was also responsible for throwing the fireworks out the window. The other students admitted that they were drinking as well.
The one legal student was transported to headquarters for a summons and ordinance violation. There is no further information at this time.
On Monday, Sept. 27, at 11:20 a.m., Campus Police was dispatched to Forcina Hall to investigate a criminal mischief complaint.
The Child Care Coordinator said that when the kids went to the playground, they observed writing on the shed and on the concrete wall. On the shed, the statement read, “EAT COCK KIDDIES,” and on the wall, it read, “TWINKS CAIT.”
Additionally, a flower pot was dumped over. The coordinator said the area was fine on Sept. 24, when she left for the weekend. There is no further information at this time.
On Wednesday, Sept. 22, at 8:30 a.m., a faculty member came to Campus Police headquarters to report a harassing telephone conversation. She said that on Tuesday, Sept. 21, she contacted another person to inform the person that she could not take a position for the Governor’s School for Summer 2005.
The other person became very agitated, raised her voice, and said, “If you don’t rescind this decision in 48 hours, I’m going to bring you down. I’m going to destroy you. You have no balls. You should have gone to the dean and supported me. You’re a piece of shit!”
The victim became very upset and alarmed by this conversation. When asked by the officer if she would like to sign a complaint, she said she did not. There is no further information at this time.
On Friday, Sept. 17, at 12:40 p.m., on Green Lane and the Browning Avenue extension, a student said she was harassed by a driver in a dark green vehicle. The driver was an African American male with braids in his hair. The victim said the driver shouted out the window and blew his horn at her.
She ignored the driver’s gestures and proceeded walking. The driver turned around the vehicle and started driving slowly behind her. He then pulled up to the victim, leaning over to the passenger side of the vehicle and asking whether she needed a ride. The student then ran in the opposite direction and reported the incident to Campus Police. There is no further information at this time.
On Saturday, Sept. 25, at 9:05 p.m., a student reported a case of theft in the Lot 6 parking lot. The student said he entered and the lot and noticed that someone removed his front lip spoiler from his Honda vehicle. The total value stolen was a $100.00. There are no suspects or witnesses.
On Sunday, Sept. 26, a Campus Police officer was dispatched to Townhouses East for a report of vandalism. In front of one of the townhouses were seven wooden benches taped together with black electrical tape. The benches were not blocking any doors and did not pose any hazard.
The officer removed the tape and asked the Grounds Department to rearrange the benches. There are no witnesses and the caller was gone upon the officer’s arrival. There is no further information at this time.