Jordan Houdeshell is a senior studying Elementary Education and Spanish at the University from Maine. She is from Ledyard, Conn. and has been working for the Maine Campus since fall 2014. She is the current Editor in Chief.

Nov. 2

11:46 p.m.

University of Maine Police Department (UMPD) officers detected an odor of marijuana coming from a room on the first floor of Knox. Officers found beer, marijuana and paraphernalia, and four students were summonsed while another six were referred to conduct. Two 18-year-old students and a 19-year-old student were summonsed for possession of marijuana and paraphernalia. An 18-year-old student was summonsed for being in violation of a conditional release.

Nov. 5

12:54 a.m.

A UMPD officer responded to a Resident Assistant (RA) complaint of an odor of marijuana from the fourth floor of Knox. The officers gave out four referrals to conduct and summonses. Four 18-year-old students were issued summonses for possession of drug paraphernalia.

2:30 a.m.

UMPD officers were called to York Hall for an alcohol offense. There was one student referral and two other referrals given for possession of liquor by a minor and providing a place for minors to drink. Two female high school students, aged 17 and 18, were escorted off campus.


Nov. 7

Between 9 and 11 a.m.

A student placed their backpack in a cubby by the weights at the UMaine rec enter and when they returned to it, their wallet was gone. The wallet was reported missing to UMPD and as of Wednesday, Nov. 8 still had not been returned.

Nov. 8

11:16 a.m.

UMPD received a medical call for a dog bite. The student was in a professor’s office when the professor’s husky grabbed and bit the student’s arm. UVAC came and checked the bite, which seemed like a playful bite with some bruising. The student said that “the professor does very little to control the dog.” The dog does have a history of biting people.