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Bad parking job garners graphic graffiti / Accusations of a counterfeited Hamilton fly

On Saturday, March 30 around 3 p.m. a student returned to her car and found it had been vandalized. According to reports, she was in a hurry the week before while parking her car in Lot 9 before class. She parked partially in the spot next to her. Her car was covered in writing which said, “You are a Douche,” “I suck @ parking,” “Best parking job award,” “Who R U?” and “TCNJ Probs.” Police also found remnants of a drawing of male genitalia on the car, which she attempted to wash off. The following day, the student was able to obtain further information from the TCNJ Problems Twitter Page. According to reports, a follow up investigation will be conducted.

A student ordered delivery from Pete’s Steakhouse on Wednesday, March 27 to Travers Hall, and unknowingly paid the deliveryman $10 in forged currency. According to reports, she paid her $24.11 bill and the delivery man left. Several minutes later, she received a call from Pete’s saying $10 was forgery and that the deliveryman was coming back to get $10. Campus Police arrived and asked the deliveryman if he was sure that the fake $10 was given to him by the student. He said he was not sure because he had collected money from other orders in the same night. Police said he later stated he was sure it came from the student because he kept the money from her in the front pocket of his sweatshirt, and the money from the rest of his orders in his pants pockets. The $10 was tagged as evidence and placed in the evidence safe.

Campus Police were called to Centennial Hall on a report of a marijuana-like odor emanating from one of the dorm rooms on Tuesday, March 26 at 11:31 p.m. According to reports, police walked past a room with four students playing video games and asked if they could come in the room for a minute. The students said they could. Campus Police noticed one student sitting on the couch place his hands under the table. When asked to see his hands, the student stood up, and a small bag filled with green vegetation fell onto the couch where he was sitting. The student was brought to Campus Police Headquarters and charged with possession of CDS, finger-printed, photographed and issued a summons.

Campus Police were called to the first floor of Norsworthy’s mens’ bathroom on Friday, March 29 at 2:15 a.m. According to reports, a student was found vomiting in the toilet and said he had consumed seven shots of vodka within a four hour period. He was issued a summons for underage drinking.


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