October 24, 2020

Cop Shop

A male fled a taxi cab without paying the $15 fare at 12:15 a.m. on Tuesday March 23 behind Wolfe Hall. According to Police, the taxi driver drove the male from the Trenton train station to the College. The driver was unable to catch the male when he ran out of the taxi.

A purse was stolen during the Relay for Life event at 10:30 p.m. on Friday March 19 in the Recreation Center, Campus Police said. The victim left her purse unattended near a table and when she returned, the purse and all of its belongings were missing. The stolen items are valued at $195.

Two cartons of printer paper were stolen at noon on Thursday March 18 from the Art & IMM building, according to reports. A staff member said two males were seen exiting the copier room with two cartons of what looked like school projects. Later in the day, it was noticed that all of the paper in the copiers was missing.

Two violas were stolen from an unlocked locker between 11:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Friday March 19 from the Music Building, according to Campus Police. The violas, valued at $935, were on lease.

A male was found lying on the ground, breathing but unconscious at 1:30 a.m. on Saturday March 20 on the sidewalk in front of Cromwell Hall. The victim was unable to answer questions and smelled like alcohol, police said. Pennington Road EMS took him to Capital Health Systems at Mercer Medical and was issued a summons.

For Your Safety

Legislation was signed into law Jan. 18 requiring all occupants to buckle up, regardless of position in a vehicle.  For a secondary offense, police can issue summonses to unbuckled seat occupants 18 and older when the vehicle is stopped for another violation.

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