Grant Wininger was arrested for drunk driving after running a stop sign at 3:32 a.m. at the exit of the Commonwealth parking lot. In addition to being drunk, the temporary registration plates on Wininger’s vehicle had expired as of Jan. 21, and he did not have proof of insurance for the vehicle. He failed the field sobriety tests, was taken to Baptist Health for a blood test and then transported to the Madison County Detention Center.
A student reported his wallet stolen from his backpack around 4 p.m. The student sat his backpack down at a smoke box near Sullivan Hall while he tied his shoe and left for Weaver Gym. When the student returned to the smoke box and found his backpack lying under a nearby overturned trash can with the wallet missing. Contents of the wallet were valued at $60.
Joshua Barrett and Robert Broaddus were arrested for public intoxication after a night desk worker in Todd Hall reported seeing two intoxicated students enter the dorm just after 1 a.m. One of the men vomited in the elevator on the way to a tenth floor room and both in passed out in the hallway prior to reaching their destination. Barrett and Broaddus failed field sobriety tests and were taken to the Madison County Detention Center for their own safety.