12:22 a.m.- A University employee reported a blue Ford Station Wagon running over the curb in the Barone Campus Center parking lot. Officers located the vehicle on Murphy Road and found an intoxicated non-student driving the vehicle. Passengers in the vehicle were two other non-students who were also intoxicated. Ambulance and Fairfield Police were requested and arrived on the scene. The operator of the vehicle was issued a criminal trespass warning by DPS and one of the passengers, a non-student female, was transported to Bridgeport Hospital for further evaluation. The vehicle was towed by the request of Fairfield police and the operator was issued a DUI.
1:27 a.m.- A public safety officer, while on patrol, noticed that the Jogues gate had been forcefully opened and damaged, possibly by a motor vehicle. Part of a license frame was located on the ground. Photos were taken of the damaged gate and the lock and cameras will be reviewed. There are no suspects at this time. Anyone with information is encouraged to come forward to Public Safety with more information.
2:14 a.m.- On routine patrol, an officer noticed that an emergency exit sign had been ripped off the ceiling of Meditz Hall. The camera system will be reviewed. A work order was placed to fix it. It is an ongoing investigation. There are no suspects at this time. Anyone with information is encouraged to come forward to Public Safety with more information.
5:41 a.m.- While on routine patrol, an officer observed a silver Chrysler 300 driving slowly around campus. A motor vehicle stop happened at the lower Prep lot. On approach, a male occupant was walking away from the vehicle and seen to be stumbling. The male was an unregistered guest of a Fairfield U student and had an active criminal trespass warning already issued. Fairfield Police and AMR ambulance were requested. Fairfield Police issued a simple trespass infraction and he was transported to St. Vincent’s for further medical evaluation.
1:09 a.m.- A resident assistant in McCormick Hall notified Public Safety after smelling what they believed to be marijuana. A public safety officer arrived, knocked and announced themselves. Inside the room were two students, a mason jar filled with marijuana, rolling papers and a grinder, along with a large amount of alcohol. Fairfield Police was contacted and requested, and one of the students was issued an infraction by Fairfield Police. Both students were referred to student conduct.
7:14 p.m.- A student came to Public Safety and stated that her vehicle was parked in the Campion temp lot, had been there for over 24 hours, and when she returned back to her vehicle, her passenger side was found broken and a rock was lying on her driver seat. Public Safety is reviewing the camera system. Nothing was stolen from the vehicle. Anyone with information is encouraged to come forward to Public Safety with more information. The investigation is ongoing.