Smoking weed, swilling booze, swiping handicap spots

Cody Bashore, Associate editor

Nov. 15

 

At 11:00 a.m., a female student reported a sexual battery.

The student told security that a male student from her class kissed and grabbed her inappropriately in an off campus incident.

 

Nov. 15

 

At 7:00 p.m., security booted a vehicle for misuse of a handicap placard in Lot 1-B near the Administration Building.

Erik Fricke, director of campus security, said this is the 11th insistence of misuse of handicap placards this semester. Fricke said the general process for offenders includes booting the vehicle, confiscating the placard and dropping the information off to the DMV. The offense includes a fine of up to $3,500.

 

Nov. 16

 

At 12:50 p.m., a student was reportedly smoking marijuana on campus.

The student was suspected of having just finished smoking out of a pipe on the West Campus bluff—the same location a student had previously been suspected of smoking last week. Fricke said there has been an increase of reported use of marijuana on campus, security has been targeting certain areas.

 

Nov. 19

 

At 1 p.m., a security officer received a threat from a student in Lot 1-B by the Administration Building.

The student was upset he had received a parking citation and made violent threats toward the citing officer.

 

Nov. 21

 

At 5:10 p.m., weekend security responded to a call of unlawful entry at the Kinko’s Learning Center.

Four individuals, one a former student, were reportedly trespassing after jumping the fence. The four were skateboarding around the schoolyard and were removed once security came in contact with them.

 

Nov. 22

 

At 9:20 a.m., security responded to a call of disorderly conduct in class.

Two male students were disruptive towards their instructor and a guest speaker. The instructor smelled alcohol on the breathe of one of the students.

 

Nov. 23

 

At 2:20 p.m., security responded to a theft report.

A student left their laptop on a table on the first floor of the library. When they returned the laptop was gone.