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Police Beat for Feb. 21

Feb. 12

1:15 a.m. – Mr. Ryan Reynolds

University of Maine Police Department (UMPD) responded to a complaint of criminal mischief at Stodder Hall. Police found damage to an elevator door, which had the letters “MRR” carved into it. The damage was estimated at $50, but the elevator is soon to be painted. There are no suspects, besides people with the initials MRR.

3:33 p.m. – Fan-tastic

UMPD officers responded to a resident assistant (RA) report of marijuana in Kennebec Hall. When officers arrived, they could smell the odor from the stairwell. After reaching the fourth floor, they located the room and made contact with three males in a room. Officers reported that they had a fan in the window, but instead of pointing it outward, they had it pointed inward.

The student who was in the room, was summonsed for possession of marijuana. The two others were referred to Judicial Affairs (JA).

Feb. 13

12:16 a.m. – Mist-ified

UMPD officers responded to an RA report of marijuana use in Somerset Hall. When the room was identified, no one answered the door. When UMPD identified the resident, they opened the door. There were two people in the room and fan pointing out the window. A bottle of Arbor Mist was found and confiscated by officers. Both individuals were referred to JA.

12:17 a.m. – Budweis guys

UMPD responded to Oxford Hall to an RA report of underaged drinking. Officers made contact with five individuals in the room, who all admitted to drinking “a few beers.” Officers confiscated 20 cans of Bud Light and referred all five students to JA.

Feb. 14

2:44 a.m. – That’s just the Henny, man

UMPD responded to an RA report of an intoxicated female. She told officers that she took multiple shots of Hennessy. Orono Fire Department cleared her medically and she refused transport to the hospital. She was referred to JA.

Feb. 17

3:35 a.m. – Board up the doors

UMPD responded to a report of damage to the south door of Boardman Hall. Officers concluded that the damage was due to strong winds. The value of the damage was $50.

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