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Officers respond to students found vomiting in shower, bike theft

Campus Police was contacted on the report of an intoxicated male  in Travers Hall at approximately 1:20 a.m. on Sunday, Sept. 25. It was stated that the male student was vomiting in the first-floor men’s restroom. Police say that the officer who responded observed the student sitting in the shower stall vomiting into a trashcan. The officer identified a strong odor of alcoholic beverages emanating from his person. The student stated that he had been drinking beer and vodka at a house party, though he was unable to identify the location of it. Lions EMS arrived and administered patient care. The student was assisted onto a stretcher as he continued to vomit and was taken to Mercer Medical Center for further treatment. He was issued a summons for underage consumption of alcoholic beverages.

An officer was dispatched to Cromwell Hall on Saturday, Sept. 24 on the reports of an intoxicated person. Police say that upon arrival, he observed a female student lying in the shower vomiting. Lions EMS arrived to assist. Pennington Road EMS arrived, assumed patient care and transported the student to Capital Health Systems at Mercer Medical Center for further medical evaluation.

An officer was dispatched to Campus Police headquarters on the reports of a theft on Tuesday, Sept. 27 at 4:20 p.m. A female student told the officer that while she was eating in the Eickhoff Hall dining area, someone removed her laptop and case. Police say that she told the officer  she had gotten up to get food and noticed her items were missing when she returned to the table. She checked the area and the lost-and-found with negative results. The white Apple MacBook with a red case is valued at $1,300.

An officer was dispatched to headquarters on a report of a bicycle theft at 11:15 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 26. The female victim stated that at approximately 1:30 p.m. of that same day she had placed her unlocked bicycle in the walkway from Armstrong Hall to Lot 20. Reports say the victim further stated that she returned to retrieve her bicycle around 5 p.m. when she discovered it was missing. The victim searched the surrounding area with negative results. The bicycle was a white ten-speed or mountain bike with a purple-and-black seat cover and is valued at $100.

An officer was called to headquarters to meet with a male student about a stolen black iPhone 4 on Friday, Sept. 30. The student stated that he was in the towers dining hall at 12 a.m. where he placed the phone on the table while he sat and ate. He realized that the phone was missing at 12:45 a.m. as he walked toward his dorm room at Decker Hall.

An officer was dispatched to headquarters to take a theft report on Friday, Sept. 23. He was met by a male student who stated that he had parked his vehicle in Lot 6 at 8:05 a.m. on the first level. Reports say that upon his return at 4 p.m., he discovered that his parking decal was missing and that there was a parking citation on his window.


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