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    Woman cited for minor in possession after frat party
    A woman was cited for minor in possession on Nov. 1 at 1:07 a.m.

    An officer observed a woman struggling to maintain balance as she walked southbound on Vine Avenue.

    The officer attempted to make contact with the woman. She ignored him and pretended not to hear him as she continued walking. The officer eventually made contact with her and immediately smelled an odor of intoxicants. Reports noted that the woman swayed while talking to the officer.

    The woman told the officer that she was returning from a party at the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity house. She said that she consumed two shots of vodka at home earlier that evening.

    The woman was cited and released for being a minor in possession of alcohol. She was also referred to the Dean of Students.

    Woman thrown out of frat party cited for MIP
    A woman was cited for minor in possession after being taken to the curb by a bouncer on Nov. 1 at 12:50 a.m.

    The woman was escorted from the Delta Tau Delta fraternity house by bouncers. She was ejected for fighting with her ex-boyfriend’s girlfriend.

    The woman admitted to drinking. Reports also noted that she smelled of intoxicants, had slurred speech and bloodshot, eyes.

    The woman was cited and released for MIP.

    Man ejected from frat party cited for MIP
    A man was cited for minor in possession on Nov. 1 at 12:40 a.m.

    Police contacted the man at the request of bouncers at the Delta Tau Delta fraternity house. They said the man was trespassing and had been removed from the party twice.

    Police made contact with the man. They noted that he had slurred speech, bloodshot eyes and smelt of intoxicants. The man said he “”had two beers,”” but told officers that he had not drank at the fraternity house.

    He was cited and released for being a minor in possession of alcohol.

    Hysterical woman cited for MIP in dorm hall
    A woman was cited and released for minor in possession on Nov. 1 at 12:40 a.m. after becoming hysterical with a residence assistant.

    An officer at Coronado Residence Hall noticed a woman stumbling towards the elevator. A resident assistant asked her if she lived in the dorm. The officer noticed a strong odor of intoxicants coming from the woman.

    When she was asked questions, she became hysterical and started to yell and cry.

    The woman was unable to answer basic questions such as her name, date of birth or address. The officer asked the woman for her identification. She provided him with a cell phone, digital camera, a pencil bag and her handbag, but no ID card.

    Other residents told the officer that the woman had been drinking alcohol at a fraternity party.

    The woman was cited and released for being a minor in possession of alcohol. She was left with her suitemate.

    Man who flipped off frat house cited for MIP
    A man was cited and released for minor in possession after police saw him flipping off and cursing at the Delta Tau Delta fraternity house on Nov. 1 at 12:23 a.m.

    Police made contact with the man after they witnessed him walking southbound on Cherry Avenue while repeatedly turning around towards the fraternity house, yelling curse words at it, and then flipping it off. The man stated that he was at the party, and he was getting too loud so they kicked him out.

    He had an odor of intoxicants coming from him. Police asked him if he had been drinking. The man said, “”I drank a little on my own accord, whatever they were giving out at the party.””

    The man was cited and released for being a minor in possession of alcohol. He was released to his roommate’s care.

    Marijuana odor leads to knife discovery in dorm
    A knife was confiscated from a man on Nov. 2 at 11:34 p.m.

    Police responded to Graham-Greenlee Residence Hall after getting a call about an odor of marijuana in one of the rooms.

    Police went to the room from where the odor was coming. They made contact with a man in the room who said he lived there. Police asked if they could enter his room and ask him a few questions. The man said yes. Police noted that the smell of marijuana was stronger when they entered the room. They also noted that the man exhibited signs of marijuana use.

    They asked the man which side of the room was his, and asked permission to search it. The police found no evidence of marijuana use. They did find a four-inch folding knife in the man’s desk. They informed him that it was against the UA weapon’s police for him to have the knife.

    The knife was confiscated. The man was referred to the Dean of Students.

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