October 29, 2020

Student pops a squat and marks her territory in Travers

A student found urinating in the hallway of Travers Hall was charged with consuming alcoholic beverages underage on March 5 at 3:35 a.m.

A Community Advisor (CA) in Travers told Campus Police officers that at 3:15 she heard what sounded like water splashing in the hallway when she was in her room with the door slightly open.

When she entered the hallway, she saw the student squatting in the hallway with her pants down, urinating on the floor. When the CA asked if the student was OK, she said “Yes” and went into a room.

Outside of the room was a large puddle of liquid that smelled like urine. Lions’ EMS and the Assistant Residence Director came to assist the student, who said she consumed four beers and did not remember having urinated in the hallway.

She was transported off campus and was issued a summons for consuming alcoholic beverages underage.

There is no further information at this time.


A student found a mysterious substance on her car in Lot 6 when she returned from Spring break on March 16. A Campus Police officer found residue of an unknown substance on the rear window, roof and rear passenger side of the vehicle.

The damage occurred sometime between 5 a.m. on March 3 and 1:20 p.m. on March 16.


A student had seven pairs of jeans taken from the Travers Hall laundry room when she overslept and left her load of jeans in the dryer at 3 a.m. on March 7.

The student said she put two loads of laundry in the washer, one of jeans and the other of miscellaneous clothing. When she returned to the laundry room at 7 a.m. her miscellaneous clothes were there, but her jeans, valued at $20 each, were missing.

The CA on duty advised her to wait for someone to return the jeans. When no one returned them, she went to every laundry room in the building and still did not find them.

There is no further information at this time.

A student’s iPod nano and a set of headphones were stolen from his room on March 6.

The student said the accused was in his room at 1 a.m. helping him with math homework. The student told the officer he noticed the accused walking in the hall with an iPod nano. When the student asked him if they were his, the accused said no.

The student told the accused that those were the same items missing from his room. The accused said the headphones were his girlfriend’s and the iPod was his.

The student then contacted the Residence Director, and both students went down to her office to discuss the incident.

At this time, the accused pulled out another iPod and said it was his mistake. He never checked his other pocket in his jacket to see he had two iPods.

The items were then returned to the student.

There is no further information at this time.

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