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Drunk students push into dorm, threaten / Student pre-games for class, naps in Business Building

On Saturday, March 24 around 9:53 p.m. a student reported to Campus Police that a male student attempted to force his way into her room in Travers Hall. The female student was in her room when she heard male voices coming from the hallway, asking for the code to the women’s bathroom. She approached the students and asked if they had been drinking. He responded by shoving his cup in her face. According to reports, she felt threatened and ran back to her room.

The male student then followed her and tried to force his way into her room. He “verbally berated” her as she tried to close the door on him, but once he got into her room he continued to threaten her and her boyfriend. According to police, he said he threatened to beat up her boyfriend.

The two male students admitted to drinking two to three shots of vodka, and had bloodshot eyes and smelled of alcohol. Both students were arrested and given court dates.

An unresponsive student was found sleeping on the second floor of the Business Building on Friday, March 8 at 12:05 p.m. When police arrived, they found the student laying on the floor with his backpack under his head. After shaking the student’s shoulder and calling to him, he slowly woke up.

According to reports, the student smelled of alcohol and said he drank six vodka drinks before his 10 a.m. class. He said he was waiting for his friend to get out of class at 12 p.m. and decided to rest. The student was evaluated by Ewing Township EMS, but not transported. He was issued a summons.

A student was found lying on the front lawn of a Green Lane residence on Thursday, March 21 at 2:55 a.m. According to reports, he was lying face-down without a jacket and missing his left shoe. His cellphone and TCNJ ID were found close to where he was lying. There were two scratch marks on his head, said police. Police were unable to wake the student and requested ALS/BLS.

The student regained consciousness, but was unable to give his date of birth, where he was or where he was going. He said he consumed alcohol in large quantities and was transported. There is no further information in the case.

A student was found sitting on the floor by the entrance of the Travers basement on Monday, March 24 at 12:10 a.m. According to reports, she had vomit on her shoes, wet stains on her pants and shirt and the back of her short and right hand were covered in mud. Her eyes were watery and bloodshot and she smelled like alcohol, said police. Lions’ EMS arrived and evaluated the student.

She had difficulty walking, slurred speech and when asked what she was drinking, she responded, “not much,” and told police she did not vomit. She was issued a summons and transported to Capital Health Systems at Hopewell.

While checking the dorms after students had left for spring break on Friday, March 8 at 8:40 p.m., a prostaff member reported to finding drug paraphernalia in a Travers dorm room. According to police, a three-inch red and blue striped pipe, four inch blue striped glass pipe and a 16-ounce water bottle stuffed with fabric softner sheets, also known as “sploof,” was found lying on the top of a desk. The room was vacated already, so campus police did not speak with the suspect. There is no further information at this time.

A student reported her bike stolen from Townhouses South Building 15 on Wednesday, March 6. She left her light blue Pacific mountain bike unsecured in the lobby overnight. According to reports, she did not want to lock it to the heater in the room, afraid she might break it. The bike was valued at $100. There is no further information in the case.

On Friday, March 8, the manager of the Brower Student Center approached a patrolling campus police officer to report stolen property. A white Epson Powerlite LCD projector and a black A.V. Rover projector cart were reported missing after a student worker at the Brower Student Center was closing around 1 a.m. and noticed one projector was missing from room 205, police said. The property was valued at $2,660. There is no further information at this time.



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