September 23, 2020

Cop Shop

Campus Police officers were dispatched to Decker Hall on Nov. 17 after a report of trespassing.

The officers met with the Community Advisor (CA) who had called the police. He explained that two white males had entered a room without permission, and he showed the officers the room. The officers spoke with the room’s residents, who both said that at 1 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 17, they were in bed trying to sleep when someone walked into their room.

One of the residents screamed when she saw the trespasser, who backed out of the room and shut the door.

Getting out of bed, the residents looked out into the hall and saw the two white males standing outside their door, one of whom was urinating on the wall. When the males saw the residents, they ran down the hall through the lounge.

The two residents locked their door and went back to bed. At about 1:50 a.m., they heard loud noises, including pulling and twisting on the doorknob, as someone attempted to get into the room. They opened the door to find one of the males from before standing outside. He appeared drunk and one of the residents threatened to call the police, prompting the male to run to the elevators.

Both residents lost sight of him and they told their CA about what had happened. The officers searched the building and the surrounding grounds for the suspects, but they were not found.

There is no further information at this time.


A Campus Police officer was patrolling in Lot 5 at around 12:15 p.m. on Nov. 19, when he found a brown leather wallet on the ground.

The officer searched the wallet for identification and found a New Jersey driver’s license and two Michigan licenses. The New Jersey license was found to be registered with the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), but the two Michigan licenses were not.

The officer contacted the New Jersey driver’s license holder the next morning, and the license holder retrieved his wallet at Campus Police headquarters. He also received a summons for possession of false government documents.


A CA in Wolfe Hall discovered a resident vomiting in a men’s restroom at night on Nov. 9 and called Campus Police and Lions’ EMS for assistance. The CA took the resident into a room to lie down. When Lions’ EMS and Campus Police arrived, they began to treat the resident, but he was very uncooperative, refusing to answer any questions and intermittently vomiting into the sink.

Campus Police officers discerned the smell of alcohol coming from the resident.

After repeated questioning, he began to answer basic questions, but still refused to reveal why or how he became sick. Campus Police officers asked him if he had consumed alcohol, but he adamantly denied this, prompting Lions’ EMS to ask if he ate anything that would have made him sick.

The resident responded that he could not think of anything, but whatever it was, he had it for dinner. Lions’ EMS asked him to stand up to test his balance and coordination, but he had difficulty and had to sit back down.

An ambulance was called, and the resident vomited several more times before its arrival and dry-heaved multiple times on the elevator. Pennington Road EMS gave him a bag, and he was taken and issued a summons for underage drinking without further incident.


Campus Police officers were dispatched to Cromwell Hall on Saturday, Nov. 18, at 9:20 a.m. after a resident was found lying unconscious in a hallway. When the officers arrived, Lions’ EMS was treating the victim, who was alert and conscious.

The resident explained that he had been drinking vodka and Everclear at a party on Heath Avenue the previous night.

The resident could not remember how much he had to drink.

As he spoke, officers noted the vomit, which was collected in a large pool next to him and also on his clothing. They also noted the smell of alcohol.

An ambulance was called, and he was transported to a hospital in addition to being issued a summons for underage drinking.

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