March 8

EKU Police responded to Keene Hall at 11:50 a.m. after the odor of marijuana was detected on the 15th floor. Upon arrival, the officer made contact with Isaiah Hill, 18, from Louisville. Hill consented to a room search where the officer found marijuana on the desk. Hill was cited for possession of marijuana.

March 9

An EKU Police officer stopped a vehicle on Lancaster Avenue at 7:50 a.m. after the officer noticed the vehicle had only one functioning headlight. The officer spoke with Tevin Clark, 23, from Richmond and he told the officer his license was suspended. Clark was taken to the Madison County Detention Center after being cited for operating a motor vehicle while having a suspended license.

March 10

EKU Police and the Richmond Fire Department responded to Palmer Hall at 9:10 a.m. after a fire alarm was activated in a first floor closet. Upon arrival, the EKU police officer spoke with Facilities Services workers who said they were grinding a pipe and the dust triggered the alarm. Richmond Fire Department inspected the area and allowed for the alarm to be reset.

March 11

EKU Police and the Richmond Fire Department responded to Martin Hall at 6:50 a.m. after the fire alarm activated. Upon arrival, the fire department could not locate the cause of the activation and allowed for the building to be reoccupied. The fire department also responded to Martin Hall again at 5 p.m. after a smoke detector activated on the ground floor.

March 17

An EKU Police officer was dispatched to the Powell Building at 12:24 p.m. after a fire alarm pull station was activated. Upon arrival, the officer was able to determine an unknown person had pulled the alarm for no reason. The Richmond Fire Department responded and cleared the building.

March 18

A police officer on patrol observed Stephen Hicks, 23, from Irvine stumbling on a sidewalk in front of the Business and Technology Center at 3:09 a.m. The officer said they detected the strong smell of an alcoholic beverage on Hicks and performed a field sobriety test. Hicks told the officer he consumed two liters of whiskey. Hicks was taken to the Madison County Detention Center after being cited for alcohol intoxication and also having an active warrant out of Estill County District Court.