Hulk smash: Sept. 5, 10:25 a.m., officers discovered a damaged parking meter that was snapped off the ground. They believe it was unlikely that it was broken by someone parking a car and it appeared that someone purposely snapped it off.
Dude … chill: Sept. 12, 9:55 p.m., a student thought that he deserved the parking spot in Lot 9 that someone else had parked in, so he wrote obscenities in the dirt on the car and scratched car. The student admitted to officers that he did it and misdemeanor charges are being processed at the prosecutor’s office.
Little high lies: Sept. 12, 11:32 p.m., a resident adviser in Ward Hall reported they smelled marijuana coming from a room. Officers made contact with two subjects and one subject admitted that he had been smoking marijuana off-campus, but didn’t have any in his room. He gave the officers consent to search his room and they found marijuana in the room. The subject was cited for being a minor in possession of marijuana.
Stanley! Barack is president!: Sept. 13, 10:52 p.m., officers saw a subject walking from Lot 4 to Travis Hall and reported the subject showed signs of being highly intoxicated, such as not being able to walk without assistance and falling over. When officers asked competency questions, the subject thought the date was Feb. 14, 2018, and also thought Barack Obama was president. The subject blew 0.20 BAC. EMS was called and they transported the subject to the hospital. The subject was cited for being a minor in possession of alcohol.
No hard feelings?: Sept. 14, 12:07 p.m., a student went back to her old dorm room in McNerney Hall after she had been moved to another room. She let herself in and took some items belonging to her ex-roommate. The student eventually gave the stuff back and her ex-roommate did not wish to press charges.
A costly mistake: Sept. 15, 7:09 p.m., several students were filming something for a project in Lot 4 and one student had left a MacBook in the back of their vehicle parked in Lot 4 while they were shooting. When they were done shooting, the MacBook was gone. The case was closed due to a lack of leads.
The Department of Public Safety issued 493 tickets between Sept. 8 through 14 totaling $8,135.