Wednesday, 10/7

9:29 a.m. – A student reported that a bike was stolen sometime over the weekend, and that they saw the person riding it. The individual was identified and referred to student conduct.

9:57 p.m. – During a health and safety inspection in a townhouse on the 5 block, four students were found in the basement with drug paraphernalia. The students were referred to student conduct.

Friday, 10/9

12:24 a.m. – Two freshmen students were found smoking a homemade cigarette out on the track around Lessing Field. The cigarette later tested positive for THC, and the two individuals were referred to student conduct.

9:54 a.m. – A student in a townhouse on the 11 block was smoking an e-cigarette and removed the smoke detector from the ceiling. The student was referred to student conduct for smoking inside and for tampering with fire equipment.

Saturday, 10/10

9:49 p.m. – The odor of marijuana was detected and led DPS to a room in Claver Hall. There was also alcohol that was located in the student’s room. The students involved were referred to student conduct, and one individual was issued an infraction.

Friday, 10/16

9:56 p.m. – DPS broke up a party at a townhouse on 12 block. Underage drinking was taking place, and individuals of the house were referred to student conduct.

Saturday, 10/17

12:09 a.m. – A student was walking around the Townhouses with an open container of alcohol, along with a backpack filled with beer. The individual was referred to student conduct.

12:18 a.m. – A student was walking around the Townhouses with an open container of alcohol. The individual was referred to student conduct.

12:51 a.m. – A freshman was assaulted near the townhouse 2 block, and ended up in the hospital with severe trauma to his face and neck. DPS has reason to believe there were five males involved in the assault, but they are unable to release the information they have on the suspects involved. Anyone with any information is encouraged to contact DPS.

2:09 a.m. – A non-student vandalized the inside of Jogues Hall. Graffiti along with profanities were written, and the individual was identified and arrested by Fairfield Police. The individual’s student host was referred to student conduct for guest policy violations.

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