Thursday, 9/17

8:37 p.m. – A male student was observed by the Department of Public Safety to be walking into the tree line behind the Regis Hall parking lot. When approached, it was determined that the individual was smoking marijuana out of a vaporizer. He led DPS to his room where the resident also had alcohol,
drug paraphernalia and an amount of a green, leafy substance that tested positive to be marijuana. The individual was arrested by Fairfield Police and was referred to student conduct.

Friday, 9/18

7:55 p.m. – A motorcycle was tracked by radar traveling at a speed of 75 mph on Leeber Road. The motorcyclist fled from DPS and rode off campus. Fairfield Police assisted DPS in locating the student who denied that he was in operation of the vehicle during the time of the incident. The matter is under investigation by DPS.

10:05 p.m. – Four males outside a townhouse on the 12 block ran inside after being seen “shotgunning” beers outside. They ran inside and refused to open the door until they were identified by DPS and were referred to student conduct.

Saturday, 9/19

1:20 a.m. – Two male non-students were suspiciously waiting in a parked car in the Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts parking lot. They were found to be in possession of marijuana along with paraphernalia and a small axe. One of the individuals was arrested by Fairfield Police, and they were
both issued criminal trespassing warnings.

3:53 a.m. – Residence Life assisted DPS in Claver Hall when a male student was found to be in possession of drug paraphernalia, along with a green leafy substance. The student was arrested by Fairfield Police and was referred to student conduct.

5:35 p.m. – Two male students were found in a physical altercation in Regis, sending one male to the hospital due to a head injury. Both students have been referred to student conduct.

Sunday, 9/20

1:26 a.m. – A female resident in a townhouse on the 15 block reported that someone had entered her house and turned all of the furniture and small kitchen appliances upside down. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact DPS.

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