Tuesday, 3/4

6:00 p.m. A female student reported to DPS that she was being harassed by a former roommate since September. The incident has been referred to the Office of the Dean of Students.

Wednesday, 3/5

12:44 a.m. The lower glass window of the parking lot side swipe card door of Regis Hall was kicked and broken by a female student. The student was identified by DPS, admitted to breaking the window and was referred to student conduct.

8:30 p.m. A male student reportedly tried to steal an eight-pack of protein powder from the Stag Snack Bar and was referred to student conduct.

Friday, 3/7

8:50 p.m. DPS on patrol discovered a male student in Gonzaga Hall to be in possession of two 30-racks of beer and a handle of vodka. The student was referred to student conduct.

10:55 p.m. Three male students in Regis Hall were discovered in possession of 18 bottles of Bud Light Platinum and were referred to student conduct.

Saturday, 3/8

12:15 a.m. A female student in the Townhouses 8 block reported eight cans of beer, half a bottle of vodka and two boxes of Girl Scout Cookies were stolen from her residence.

12:15 a.m. A male student and a non-student guest were discovered smoking marijuana on the lawn near the Egan Chapel. A metal grinder, a pipe and a pill bottle containing marijuana were turned over. The non-student was issued a citation from Fairfield Police and the student was referred to student conduct.

2:23 a.m. Two students reportedly got into a verbal altercation with a taxi cab driver over the fare. A female student alleged that the driver was verbally aggressive and a male student reported the driver called him a “crackhead.” The issue was resolved by DPS.

3:22 p.m. DPS dispersed a crowd of approximately 100 people with open containers outside of a residence of the Townhouses 9 block. The residents were referred to student conduct.

5:35 p.m. A lacrosse ball was reportedly used to smash a window of the Townhouses 11 block. There are no suspects, however the incident is under investigation.

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