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Security and fire/rescue responded to the fast food establishment at 30th and Forest based on report of an unconscious male. The male was experiencing excruciating chest pains and was transported to a local hospital.
Security responded to a 4th floor room in the Goodwin Residence Hall based on a report of an odor of marijuana. The room entered was occupied by a female student and former male student. Upon entering the room the odor of marijuana became even stronger. Although both admitted to smoking marijuana at 42nd and University and not in the room there were marijuana seeds and other drug paraphernalia in the room that was confiscated. The female student had candles in her room which is against residence hall policy and a fake driver’s license that were confiscated. She had a fake driver’s license confiscated from her in August of 2010. The former student was advised on trespass for the Drake campus. Residence Hall staff was present. The matter of the fake driver’s licenses has been turned over to the State Department of Transportation for prosecution.
Security responded to the third floor of Goodwin Residence Hall based on complaint of a marijuana odor emanating from a residence room. The female student occupant first lied about where she had been smoking. She later confirmed that she and a male had been smoking in her room. She stated she only knew his first name. A small quantity of marijuana was found and police were called. The police confiscated the marijuana and were going to leave it to detectives for follow-up. However, they returned a short time later and the student was arrested as it was found she had an outstanding warrant for marijuana. She was also on probation for a pharmaceutical case and five pills were found in a pill bottle without any name on it. Residence Hall staff was present and the Dean of Students has been notified.
A security officer observed a female who appeared to be intoxicated near the Goodwin and Kirk Residence Hall Complex. After some stalling she produced a fake driver’s license. It was confiscated and she was sent into her residence hall with sober friends. The Director of Residence has been notified.
Security responded to Stalnaker Residence Hall based on complaint of a male sleeping in another male student’s bed. The underage for drinking male student was awakened and was taken to a friend’s room where the friend said he could stay. A resident assistant was present. The trespasser stated he had been drinking at a fraternity house all night long.
A male staff member reported he fell in the rear of 1229 25th street. He was complaining of pain to his knee. He was transported to a local hospital.
Security responded to Stalnaker Residence Hall based on report of a panhandler. His story as to why he was in the hall did not hold water when a resident assistant recalled that the former Drake student had been advised on trespass previously (case #11-015 and case #11-020). Police were called and the subject was arrested for trespass.
A female student reported someone threw a rock through a window on her vehicle while it was parked on University Avenue near 24th street.
Security and fire/rescue responded to Hubbell dining Hall based on report of a female who had passed out. It was determined a female sodexho staff member had passed out. She was transported to a local hospital.
Security, police, and fire/rescue responded to the 1400 block of 27th street based on report of an injured female. It was determined a female student was struck walking across 27th street by a vehicle driven by another female student. The injured student complained of head and leg injury and she was transported to a local hospital.