10/31/15 Officers responded to 600 block of N. Wittenberg Ave. in reference to a report of an unconscious male lying in bushes. Upon their arrival, they found a student lying in the bushes, snoring, and he would not respond to officer’s commands. After several attempts, officers were able to wake the student. His eyes were dilated, glassy and bloodshot. He had an odor of an alcoholic beverage on or about him. Medic Four arrived on scene and evaluated the student. This incident has been referred to Student Development for review.
11/01/2015 Officers observed a tan-colored vehicle parked illegally on N. Fountain Ave. near W. College St. The vehicle had severe front-end damage. Two non-student males got out of the vehicle. After checking through SPD dispatch, officers learned that one of the males had a probation violation warrant. After hearing this, both men fled from officers. Officers did locate one of the non-students.
11/01/2015 Officers met with a student in reference to an assault that occurred on 11/01/15 between 0130 hours and 0200 hours outside of McMurray’s Bar. The student advised that he and some friends were leaving the bar when they observed two white males and a female arguing. He advised that the group he was with said something to the other group, and the two males from the other group attacked him. The student did not want to pursue charges. The student completed a statement, and photos were taken of his injuries.
11/05/2015 Officers were dispatched to Ferncliff Hall in reference to a smoke alarm. No one would answer the door, so officers keyed in to the room. The room had a haze. The student and a non-student advised that they were vaping and set off the alarm. Once the alarm activated, they left the room to find the R.A. SFD arrived and reset the alarm.
11/05/2015 Officers was dispatched to the 400 block of Park Place in reference to two men fighting. Upon their arrival, the fight was over. Officers spoke to a non-student, who stated he was on his back porch and a female non-student slapped him across the face and knocked his glasses off. The non-student did not have visible injuries, and he refused to provide any additional information.