Drunk man taken to hospital after falling off scooter


Ryan Joel, Channels Staff

October 29 – 11:40 a.m.

Campus security was called when a teacher reported that a student had fallen unconscious in ECC Room 25. The student didn’t fall out of the seat but remained passed out for approximately one minute. The student was taken to student services after regaining consciousness. The pupil is okay and has returned to class.

November 5 – 12:45 p.m.

A female student reported an ongoing occurrence of unwanted attention from a male student to campus security. She reported he has been harassing her since Spring semester. The victim finally decided to speak up after the male student came to her work place and waited for her until she got off work. He has been reported to the dean of student discipline and will have to meet with the dean in the coming weeks.

November 7 – 4:15 p.m.

Two campus security officers witnessed a man fall off of his motorized scooter and hit his head near the auto-quad entrance. The man on the scooter had a helmet but it wasn’t buckled so it came off. The officers addressed his wounds and called 911. The man smelled like and appeared to be under the influence of alcohol. When paramedics arrived they took the man to the Cottage Hospital where he was kept overnight. The officers put his orange scooter in storage but the man has yet to call and ask for it back.

November 12 – 1:45 p.m.

Campus security was called after a man kept asking a student worker in the JSB café if he could take her picture. The man claimed that he was a student and needed the pictures for his photography class. When campus security checked to see if the man was a student, they found that he was not. He was then asked to leave campus.