April 5Mike Ballard reported custodial staff at the Begley Building found a container used to collect American Red Cross money had been emptied.
Jaunte Jenkins reported a television stolen from his vehicle while it was parked in the Lancaster Parking Lot.
Nick Maggard reported his vehicle had been egged while it was parked in the Alumni Coliseum Lot. He also reported finding a note on the vehicle, which depicted what is believed to be a donkey having sexual relations with an elephant.
Amanda R. Price, 20, of Cincinnati, Ohio, was arrested for and charged with disregarding a traffic control device and operating on a suspended/revoked operator’s license.
A Brockton resident reported receiving threatening phone calls.
A Commonwealth Hall resident reported being harassed outside his residence hall.
Beverly Dyehouse reported someone stole her daughter’s wallet from her purse.
Kyle S. Ginter, 19, of Mt. Sterling, was arrested for and charged with alcohol intoxication.
Doug Hall reported damage to a window in the west stairwell of Commonwealth Hall.
Ryan S. Knapp, 22, of Todd Hall, was arrested for and charged with alcohol intoxication.
A Martin Hall resident reported being harassed.
Stephan D. Powell, 23, of Richmond and Christopher James Bright, 23, of Clay Hall, were arrested for operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol.
Brent M. Gilbert, 20, of Campton, was arrested for and charged with alcohol intoxication.
Hannah Cook reported someone unlocked her office and stole her cell phone.
Donald Warford reported his apartment had been burglarized.
Charlie Brubeck reported food products missing from the ground kitchen of the Powell Building.
Michael R. Smith, 23, of London, was arrested for and charged with assault in the fourth degree, domestic violence and criminal mischief in the third degree. He also was served an emergency protective order. Police said he had an altercation with a McGregor Hall resident and refused to leave.