September 23, 2020

Suspicious men start the weekend on a high note

On Sept. 14 at 9:35 p.m. three students were arrested for possessing and being under the influence of a controlled dangerous substance suspected to be marijuana. At 9:30, a Campus Police officer was dispatched to the Green Lane Fields bridge area on a report of a group of individuals smoking.

The officer observed three males standing at the east end of the bridge. The officer noticed the odor of burnt marijuana emanating from their clothes and breath and all three seemed disoriented and confused. All three were placed under arrest for being under the influence of a controlled dangerous substance believed to be marijuana.

The suspects were placed in handcuffs and patted down for weapons. The officer observed a suspicious object in the left front pocket of one of the suspects. The suspicious object was revealed to be a blue toothbrush holder containing residue of the substance.

The three suspects were transported to Campus Police headquarters.

There is no further information at this time.

A report of a suspicious person was filed by a Wolfe Hall resident on Tuesday Aug. 28 at 4:15 p.m. A Campus Police officer was on the eighth floor of Wolfe Hall investigating a call of drug use when a Community Advisor (CA) told the officer that her neighbor had been followed earlier that afternoon.

The victim spoke with the officer and said at 12:30 p.m. she was walking between Holman Hall and the New Library area when an individual approached her and asked if she had a car and if she could give him a ride. The victim said she did not as she was a freshman and could not have a car on campus. She said she was going to meet friends shortly.

The individual then followed her back to Wolfe Hall and followed her to her floor. He also said they should hang out together. The victim said her brother was waiting for her in her room and purposely walked past her room so he wouldn’t know where her room was. The individual then broke off and stopped at her room where her door was open. He stuck his head in her room and said she had nice decorations in her room.

The victim was on the phone and did not pay the individual any attention, so he left after a few minutes.

The victim described the individual as an Asian male with a “no neck” appearance, 19 to 21 years old. The victim said she thought he was older and was dressing to look younger. The individual had short black hair and wore a blue tooth headset and a black shirt that said “Eh?” on the front, as well as jeans. The victim was advised to contact Campus Police immediately if the individual, or any other individual, frightens her in the future.

There is no further information at this time.

On Sept. 1 at 8:15 p.m. a student filed a report of harassment at Campus Police headquarters. The victim told an officer that she was receiving unwanted comments and attention from a student in Travers Hall.

The victim was posted in the Travers Hall lobby doing desk security on Aug. 31 when a male started harassing her. He made incoherent comments to her such as “Have you had any life-changing experiences?” and “Then you can’t help me.”

The victim said he was agitated and verbally aggressive while making his comments, then walked away in a visibly agitated state. He returned five minutes later and repeated the same behavior and comments. The victim said he returned a third time and said “Patience is a virtue,” “What is a woman’s intuition?” and “Well women may have women’s intuition but guys have a third eye.”

The victim sought guidance from the Assistant Residence Director (ARD) of Travers Hall on Aug 31. at 10 p.m. The ARD told her that the individual is socially awkward and that there was nothing they could do.

The individual repeated unwanted contact with her until the end of her shift at 11:30 p.m. The individual then tried to converse with her in the Travers Hall lobby but the victim refused to speak and left the area in anger.

The victim was posted at the Travers Hall desk on Sept. 1 with a Travers Hall CA when the individual approached and said, “I got it, I got it, we’re all adults right?” and “We’re all adults, we’re all adults.” He then left the area in an agitated state.

There is no further information at this time.

At 1:20 a.m. on Sept 2. a Campus Police officer was stationed on Green Lane, running radar facing east when the officer observed a green Buick traveling fast on Green Lane. The officer clocked the speed at 80 mph in a 30 mph zone. The officer pulled out to attempt to stop the vehicle but by the time the officer caught up to it, the vehicle had come in contact with several objects along Green Lane and came to rest.

As the officer went to check the status of the occupants in the accident, a female sitting on the passenger side of the vehicle called out for help and said someone had been ejected from the vehicle. As the officer approached the far side of the vehicle, the officer saw a male lying in the east bound lane motionless, bleeding profusely from the head, ears, nose and mouth.

Ewing EMS, Ewing Police Department and Ewing Fire Department responded to the scene.

There is no further information at this time.

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