Alcohol-Related Medical Emergency
Sept. 22: A campus resident was intoxicated after drinking “jungle juice” at an off-campus party. She was evaluated by SCU EMS and was well enough to stay in her room.
Sept. 22: A campus resident was intoxicated in her room after consuming several shots of vodka and an unknown amount of Jell-O shots at an off-campus location. Campus Safety, SCU EMS and SCFD responded. She was transported to O’Connor Hospital by paramedics.
Sept. 22: A campus resident was intoxicated after consuming five to six shots of vodka at an off-campus party. She was evaluated by SCU EMS.
Sept. 23: Campus Safety conducted an investigation regarding marijuana odor coming from a resident’s room. A room search revealed marijuana, a vape pen, a bottle of alcohol and a folding knife. The alcohol and marijuana were disposed of and the knife will be held at the Campus Safety office for safekeeping.
Sept. 24: An envelope containing tickets to an opera and a pair of bluetooth earbuds were found and turned in to the Campus Safety office.
Sept. 21: Several patio chairs and tables at the Benson Center patio were reportedly moved inside the Williman Room in Benson. Campus Safety was able to identify the people who moved them via video camera footage.
Sept. 21: A non-affiliate elderly female was reported on the second floor of Varsi Hall and started having a rambling conversation with a staff member. She would not stop talking, but left the building before Campus Safety arrival.
Sept. 22: A female campus resident was reported as being a victim of a physical assault. Campus Safety and SCPD responded to investigate. The victim has declined to identify the male suspect at this time.
Sept. 21: A non-affiliate male in a wheelchair was reported by the entrance of Loyola Hall and appeared confused. He was questioned by a Campus Safety officer to determine if he was ill. He was escorted to an offcampus location, but he returned to Loyola Hall a few minutes later. SCFD was contacted and transported him to a hospital.
Sept. 22: Two students were reportedly engaging in inappropriate behavior in the basement of McLaughlinWalsh Residence Hall. They were both questioned by Campus Safety and admonished for their behavior.
Sept. 24: Campus Safety assisted Residence Life staff in conducting a room search for possible hard drug possession. A resident’s room search revealed two fake California driver’s licenses, a bottle of alcohol and a missing room number sign from a door. The items found were confiscated for disposition.
From Campus Safety reports.