By Jennifer Somers
Campus Police respond to report of intoxicated person
On Sept. 21 at approximately 2:15 a.m., Campus Police was dispatched to the sidewalk by Bliss Hall on a report of an intoxicated person. Upon arrival, Campus Police met with a witness, who stated she was walking down the sidewalk and noticed a male and female assisting a second female who appeared intoxicated.
Upon the witness’ encounter with the group, she noticed the intoxicated female needed help walking. At this time, she stated she was going to call Campus Police for assistance and she left the scene immediately prior to Campus Police’s arrival.
The male student assisting the intoxicated female stated that they were drinking whiskey at a small party. The smell of alcohol was emanating from his breath.
The intoxicated female was unstable to stand on her feet. Campus Police then had her sit on a bench. She was unable to form complete sentences when asked questions about her actions that evening, became very emotional and began to cry.
TCNJ EMS was dispatched and arrived on the scene to evaluate the intoxicated female. Due to the cold weather, Campus Police had all the individuals move inside the Music Building for warmth.
The male and female assisting the intoxicated student were cooperative when asked about their whereabouts that evening, and the other female who left the scene was cleared to remain on campus.
Pro Staff arrived on the scene and spoke to both of the individuals. Campus Police escorted them back to their rooms.
Amnesty was granted due to their compliance with Campus Police’s questions.
Student reports theft of purse
On Sept. 27 at approximately 4:43 p.m., a female student arrived at Campus Police Headquarters to report a theft. She stated that her handbag was stolen on Sept. 26 from the Travers/Wolfe Lounge.
The student said she was studying with friends until approximately 1 a.m. on Sept. 26 and went upstairs to her room afterward. However, she could not recall if she left her handbag on the table in the lounge or if she brought it to her room.
According to the student, when she awoke at 9 a.m. for class, she discovered that her handbag was missing. The total monetary loss for the handbag was valued at approximately $145.
Students report THC-induced incident
On Sept. 27 at approximately 12:54 a.m., Campus Police was dispatched to Travers Hall on report of a female student with complaints of dizziness and rapid heart rate after using a Controlled Substance.
Upon arrival, Campus Police met with students who stated she had smoked out of a THC oil pen and started to feel nauseous and dizzy, and that her heart was racing.
TCNJ EMS members arrived on the scene and began patient assessment. One of the students stated that the THC oil pen was hers, and Campus Police confiscated it.
The female stated that she wanted to go to the hospital. A Ewing EMS unit arrived on the scene and transported her to a medical center.
No one involved was arrested under the “NJ 911 Lifeline Legislation Act,” which allows for amnesty to be given to those who reach out for help in an emergency.