At 7:06 p.m. Sept. 17, a 19-yearold female student reported that she woke up from a nap and found a pornographic image overlaid with her picture on Snapchat. She did not know who sent the message. This incident is still under investigation.
At 5:50 p.m. Sept. 16, a 19-yearold female reported that an exfriend had been taking control of her phone, changing and sending messages to people that she did not authorize. The department was later notified that her roommates were concerned for her wellbeing, and she was transported to the hospital for evaluation. The phone incident is under investigation.
At 4:38 p.m. Sept. 6, a student service officer on patrol noticed a rear window was broken on a vehicle in J-2 Lot and notified the police department. The owner eventually came out and reported that it was not like that when she parked it. It is believed the window was broken from the inside, or that air temperature changes caused it.
Operating under the influence
At 4:05 p.m. Sept. 14, officers observed a vehicle that disregarded the signs advising Davis Road was closed at the football game. When the officer made contact, the owner indicated he never saw the signs. The officer could smell alcohol and asked the driver to step out. After sobriety tests were performed, police determined he had drunk enough to be considered “super drunk” – .017 percent – and was arrested for operating under the influence.
At 11:24 p.m. Sept. 13, a 19-year-old male student called 911 requesting an ambulance. He advised that was overdosing on a marijuana edible. Officers arrived and found him outside waiting for an ambulance. He said that his roommate and friend had eaten the entire bar of edibles and were having delusions. He was transported to the hospital.
At 3:07 p.m. Sept. 10, a 36-yearold female student called to have a lock cut off of a locker. The student put her belongings into the locker, then took a lock from another locker, and put it on the locker with her items. She then just moved the lock so it looked like the lock was locked. When she returned, she found that someone pushed the lock back together, actually locking it. She did not know whose lock it was that she had taken.
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