THE SANTA CLARA
April 21, 2016
Alcohol Related Medical Emergency
Apr. 13: A female student was reported intoxicated after consuming several shots of vodka and an ecstasy tablet. CSS, SCU EMS and SCFD responded. Paramedics transported her to O’Connor Hospital.
Apr. 14: A female student was seen vomiting out of a parked car in the Dunne Residence Hall parking lot then proceeded to go to her campus room. She was uncooperative when CSS and SCU EMS attempted to check on her well-being and refused any medical assistance. CSS found several bottles of alcoholic beverages in her room. CSS confiscated and disposed of the alcohol and documented her behavior.
Apr. 16: A male campus resident was found unresponsive in a shower room. CSS, SCFD and SCPD responded. Paramedics transported him to O’Connor Hospital.
Apr. 16: A male campus resident was found sitting on the floor outside of his room, intoxicated. SCFD and SCPD were contacted and responded. Paramedics transported him to O’Connor Hospital.
Apr. 15: Several underage campus residents and a non-affiliate guest were reported drinking alcoholic beverages in the common area of Sobrato Residence Hall. CSS responded and confiscated and disposed of the alcohol.
Apr. 13: Two unknown males were yelling in the Harrington Learning Commons then fled the building. CSS responded but was unable to locate both males.
Apr. 15: A female student was observed squatting on the lawn area in front of 850 Market Street in the middle of the night. She admitted to drinking and said she was feeling nauseous. She was able to care for herself and left with a friend.
Apr. 15: A faculty member fell down the stairs outside of Kenna Hall and injured herself. CSS gave her first aid. She declined further medical assistance.
Apr. 15: Three female students and a male non-affiliate guest were observed attempting to jump over the fence into the Leavey Center pool in the middle of the night. They were admonished by a CSS officer.
Apr. 17: A male student was seen drinking an alcoholic beverage in the Swig Residence Hall Sky Lounge. He was uncooperative when questioned. CSS disposed of the alcohol and confiscated his fake ID.
Apr. 18: Two male students injured their heads after colliding during an intramural soccer game on Bellomy Field. CSS, SCU EMS and SCFD responded. A private vehicle transported one of the students to O’Connor Hospital.
From Campus Safety reports. Email email@example.com.