Public Safety

James Beaman

Help! My flowers have fallen and they can’t get up!

Nov. 9, 9:36 a.m. Officer Chatman was sent to Front Campus in reference to damaged property. Upon arrival he found that a flower pot in front of Atkinson Hall had been flipped over, damaging the flowers. The flowers were said to be valued at $100. The case has been turned over to investigations.

The Card Crook Strikes Again

Nov. 10, 1:12 p.m. A student reported that his Bobcat card was stolen. The guy said he left his card in a pair of shoes that he left in the courtyard between Foundation and Parkhurst. No money from his account was missing when made the report. He completed a written statement, but no suspects have been identified.

“I am so drunk. Please get me out of here.”

Nov. 14, 1:19 a.m. Officer Williams saw a guy stumbling down Clark Street. He was unstable on his feet and unable to walk straight. Williams stopped him and asked where he was coming from. He said he was coming from The Max, to which Williams said it had been closed for several hours. “I am coming from The Max. It closes at 8:30 p.m.,” he replied. He was then asked how much he had to drink, and he said he had not been drinking. After changing his story several times, he was given a breathalyzer and blew a .213. He was arrested and placed in the police car. On the way to the Milledgeville Police Department, he told the officer, “I am so drunk. Please get me out of here.” In addition to speaking in the back of the police car, he also threw up.

That’s an interesting scent he’s wearing

Nov. 15, 9:06 p.m. Officer Kennedy was sent to the lobby of Adams Hall in response to an intoxicated person. Kennedy advised dispatch to get Emergency Medical Services en route. Upon arrival, Kennedy found the guy passed out in a chair. Kennedy and Sgt. Smith tried to wake him up, but he was unresponsive. The guy had urinated on himself, but he still had a strong odor of alcohol. EMS arrived and took him to Oconee Regional Medical Center for treatment.

It’s “Hi, how are you?” Not “How high are you?”

Nov. 15, 12:32 a.m. Officer Kennedy was dispatched to The Village because of a strong smell of weed. Kennedy met with the CA on duty and was taken to the room in question. Kennedy made contact with one of the residents of the room who at first said he didn’t have anything illegal in the room. He then ceded and admitted to having alcohol. Kennedy disposed of the alcohol, but smelled alcohol on the breath of the suitemates. One of them admitted to having weed and gave it to Kennedy to secure as evidence. All three students were sent to student judicial.

The case is closed. Er… broken

Nov. 15, 12:10 p.m. Officer McWilliams responded to the Parkhurst laundry room in reference to damaged property. McWilliams met with the CA on duty who said she was doing her rounds when she saw the glass to a fire extinguisher case had been broken. She said she saw the case a little earlier, but it wasn’t broken then. An individual doing laundry at the time said he saw the broken glass but didn’t know what happened to it. There were also clothes in a washing machine that weren’t there before, so that person could have been a person of interest. The case was turned over to detectives and a work order to fix the glass was placed.

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