July 27

Two 50-foot electrical cords, one blue and one yellow, were cut from two floor buffers stored on the second floor of the Coates Administration Building. The cords were estimated at $100 each.

Aug. 2

Police arrested student James Griffith for driving under the influence under the age of 21 and reckless driving after he was seen driving north in the southbound lanes of Lancaster Avenue. When police attempted a traffic stop, Griffith’s vehicle stRuck, then jumped a curb. Griffith had a strong odor of alcohol about his person and failed three sobriety tests.

Aug. 3

William Caudill, non-student, Robert Pope, non-student and Claire Snyder, student, were arrested for public intoxication after police found them intoxicated on the roof of the Ravine pavilion amphitheatre. They were jailed in the Madison County Detention Center.

Aug. 20

Several items were stolen from a male student’s car that was parked in the Kit Carson lot around 5 p.m. Aug. 20. His iPod, $250 and a US Bank Rewards debit card were stolen along with his girlfriend’s backpack, duffel bag, an anatomy and physiology textbook, iPod nano, cell phone and Fifth Third Bank debit card.

Aug. 21

A male employee reported his vehicle’s windshield had been damaged in its parking spot in the Commonwealth lot.