All information in the Police Beat is taken from Eastern police reports.April 20
- A female student reported to police that she had been threatened and received harassing communications from her ex-boyfriend. The student said her ex-boyfriend had initially threatened to harm her and her vehicle, but later said he would have female friends to harm her. She said he told her the females “will probably kill you.” The student said she would file charges against the male.
- A female student reported that her personal items were stolen after she left her classroom, returned and could not find the items. The stolen articles included her car key and keyless entry, debit card, insurance card, driver’s license, temporary student ID card, $15 in cash and residence hall room keys. The total value of the items was estimated at $165.
- Police responded to the outdoor basketball courts on Lancaster Avenue after a male student reported his wallet had been stolen. The male said he laid the wallet at the base of the basketball pole and when he stopped playing ball, the wallet was gone. He said he saw people at the court, but did not know who would have taken it. The wallet contained a Colonel 1 Card and $5 cash. The total stolen value was $35.
- William Cataldo, of Richmond, was arrested and charged with alcohol intoxication in a public place after someone filed a complaint about him to police. Upon contact, police observed Cataldo had slurred speech, displayed ataxia (inability to coordinate the movements of muscles) and had the odor of alcohol on or about his person. Cataldo failed a sobriety test and was lodged in the Madison County Detention Center.
- Andrew Bach, of Winchester, was arrested and charged with alcohol intoxication in a public place and illegal use of a license. Police reported to Park Drive at Dupree Hall about a screaming individual. Upon arrival, police could detect the odor of alcohol on or about Bach’s person. Later, police discovered Bach was in the possession of another student’s driver’s license. Bach said he had used the license to get into bars. Bach was lodged in the Madison County Detention Center.