Friday, 9/11

12:13 a.m. – DPS responded to a fire alarm in Regis Hall when they determined the residents were drinking in the room. The use of a vaporizer in the room was what caused the fire alarm to go off. Eleven students were in the room and were all referred to the dean’s office.

10:06 a.m. – Someone damaged a lamp post and ripped off a University banner outside the Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact DPS.

10:08 p.m. – Individuals were found on the Stag statue, taking pictures and climbing all over it. Upon approach one of the individuals ran from DPS. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact DPS. DPS would also like to remind people that the Stag statue is starting to crack in spots and is sinking due to all the activity on it, and to not venture onto the statue.

Saturday, 9/12

3:09 a.m. – An individual was found walking by Loyola Hall who had previously in the night been issued a criminal trespass warning. The individual was found by DPS and was arrested by Fairfield Police for trespassing.

1:33 p.m. – A student broke a window in his townhouse on 4 block “accidentally.”

Sunday, 9/13

12:46 a.m. – DPS found an unconscious individual with no form of identification on him passed out in the traffic circle; he was transported to the hospital. He lied to DPS and said he was a different person than who he was. The matter is under investigation by DPS.

Monday, 9/14

11:02 a.m. – A student was struck by a car when walking across Leeber Road. The driver was stopped at a stop sign then proceeded to move, ultimately hitting the individual. The driver of the vehicle drove the individual that was injured to the Student Health Center. The matter is under further investigation by DPS.

Tuesday, 9/15

12:16 a.m. – A group of individuals were found walking into the woods right behind the Regis Hall parking lot. One of the individuals admitted to DPS that he was smoking marijuana in the woods. All of the individuals were referred to student conduct.

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