No more table tennis for you
3:45 a.m. – University of Maine Police Department (UMPD) officers on foot patrol were doing rounds through York Hall Wednesday night when they came across three students, a female resident and two males, playing table tennis. Officers did not recognize either of the males and asked for identification. The males were identified as Antoine Pratt, 24 and Terrance Thomas, 23. Both were non-students and listed their home address as the Bangor Area Homeless Shelter. One week prior, Thomas was issued a trespassing notice for the university. When officers ran Pratt’s name, there was an outstanding warrant for his arrest and he was transported to Penobscot County Jail (PCJ). Both were reissued a one-year trespassing notice.
Give us the lettuce
9:02 p.m. – UMPD officers noticed a strong odor of marijuana on the third floor of Cumberland Wednesday evening. Officers knocked on the door of first-year student Austin Davis who admitted to smoking. He had no medical marijuana card. He voluntarily handed over a small plastic bag of marijuana. He was summoned for possession of marijuana.
I swear to drunk I’m not God, officer
11:00 p.m. – UMPD officers responded to a Resident Assistant (RA) call in Somerset Hall for noise. Officers were directed to a room on the second floor for a “loud party.” Upon arrival, one of the residents of the room opened the door and officers looked inside. They observed “nervous” and intoxicated students in the room and a beer can by a student’s foot. When asked who’s beer it was, first-year student Jack Panneton, 18, admitted the beer was his by holding it up and saying, “Oh, you mean this beer?” He was summoned for illegal possession of alcohol.
3:55 a.m. UMPD officers on foot patrol heard a loud commotion in York Hall Sunday evening. They discovered the source of noise to be two students, Devon Ross and Chad Leasore, engaging in a “fight club.” The two had no intentions of hurting one another. UVAC was called and checked both students out with no transport. Both students were summoned for disorderly conduct.