The Collegian
Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Police Report: 11/6/2008

Illness/Liquor Law Violation

Oct. 31, 12:04 a.m. -- A Richmond College student was taken to St. Mary's Hospital for an alcohol-related illness. He was referred to the dean for underage drinking.

Nov. 1, 12:12 a.m. -- A Westhampton College student was taken from Fraternity Row to St. Mary's Hospital for an alcohol-related illness. She also fell and had a bloody nose. She was referred to the dean for underage drinking.

Nov. 1, 12:19 a.m. -- A WC student was taken from Thomas Hall to St. Mary's Hospital for an alcohol-related illness. She was referred to the dean for underage drinking.

Nov. 1, 1:24 a.m. -- A WC student was taken from Moore Hall to St. Mary's Hospital for an alcohol-related illness. She was referred to the dean for underage drinking.

Burglary

Oct. 30, 3 p.m. -- Two hundred dollars was stolen from an RC student's room in Gray Court on Sept. 3 while the student was not in the unlocked room.

Larceny

Oct. 31, 8:17 a.m. -- A silver and blue GT Timberlake 21 speed mountain bike valued at $300 and a black Univega Rover mountain bike valued at $100 were stolen from the 1800 block of the University Forest Apartments. The bikes belonged to two different WC students and were unlocked.

Oct. 31, 10:43 a.m. -- A dark gray Head mountain bike valued at $200 was stolen from Lakeview. The bike belonged to a WC student and was locked. The lock and chain were also stolen.

Vandalism

Nov. 1, 3:04 a.m. -- An RC student will have to pay a vending machine company $150 for the glass he broke on a vending machine in Gray Court.

Enjoy what you're reading?
Signup for our newsletter

Nov. 2, 10:50 a.m. -- A yellow phallus was spray-painted on the door of a WC student apartment in the 2000 block. The image was removed. The damage was estimated at $100.

Nov. 3, 8:39 a.m. -- Yellow spray paint was found on the rear driver's side door and front window of a university police car that was parked in the Special Programs parking lot. The paint was removed. The damage is estimated at $100.

Support independent student media

You can make a tax-deductible donation by clicking the button below, which takes you to our secure PayPal account. The page is set up to receive contributions in whatever amount you designate. We look forward to using the money we raise to further our mission of providing honest and accurate information to students, faculty, staff, alumni and others in the general public.

Donate Now