At 10:30 p.m. Oct. 8, a 19-yearold female student reported that she got a Facebook message from a male three weeks ago asking to be friends. She accepted the request. On Oct. 8, he messaged her and asked her to be his girlfriend. She told him she was not interested. She reported this to the police because she felt it was suspicious. She was advised that if there were any more issues, she could reach out.
At 3:40 p.m. Oct. 11, a 19-yearold female student reported that while leaving practice, she was confronted by a 49-year-old male non-student. They had a conversation for a half-hour and during the conversation, he felt her leg and arm muscles. She thought this was weird but did not know what to do. On that Friday, he showed up to another college to attend her game but found out the game was canceled. He then showed up at the Ryder Center, asking for her. He found the team and made contact with her, but she declined. He was advised to stay off campus.
At 4:02 p.m. Oct. 14, a 19-yearold student reported that their roommate was smoking marijuana in their room in University Village. Officers made contact, found a small amount of marijuana and confiscated it. This situation was being turned over to Student Conduct Programs for resolution.
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