Police Blotter for Tuesday, April 7, 2009

THURSDAY, APRIL 2 3:51 A.M. Sergio Arcos, of Columbus, was cited for driving under the influence and stopping in traffic on Wooster Street. 1:12 P.M. Complainant reported his wallet was stolen from the Rec Center. 7:57 P.M. Complainant reported his cell phone and wallet were stolen from the Rec Center. FRIDAY, APRIL 3 2:49 A.M. Complainant reported subjects fighting in University Hall. The officer advised the subjects were just arguing, the subjects were sent on their separate ways. 4:00 A.M. Noah Pelmear, of Archbold, Ohio, was cited for driving under the influence and left of center in Lot A. 1:00 P.M. Complainant reported damage to a shower curtain in Offenhauer West. 9:26 P.M. James Brabenec, of Olmstead Falls, Ohio, was cited for underage consumption of alcoholic beverages in Harshman. SATURDAY, APRIL 4 8:56 A.M. Complainant reported a bird was in the kitchen at the Sigma Kappa house. The bird was caught and released outside. 9:30 A.M. Three students will be referred to student discipline for possession of University signs on North Enterprise. 9:56 A.M. Several members of Delta Sigma Theta reported a disrespectful message about their house was posted of Facebook. 6:14 P.M. Four subjects were advised of the University skating policy at Founders. 8:43 P.M. Several subjects were found with alcohol in Mac West. Officers had subjects dispose of the alcohol and hall staff will handle referrals to student discipline. SUNDAY, APRIL 5 2:44 A.M. Complainant reported two males fighting in Mac West. Upon officers arrival there was no fight. 2:45 A.M. Complainant reported a male and female arguing in Lot 7. Subjects were sent on their separate ways. 11:25 A.M. Complainant reported her mailbox on Klotz Road was damaged sometime overnight, causing approximately $100 in damages. 6:01 P.M. Complainant reported unknown persons keyed the driver side quarter panel of his vehicle sometime after midnight, causing approximately $500 in damages. 10:26 P.M. A student from Harshman felt threatened by words written on a board on their door. The officer spoke with the student, complaint is unfound. MONDAY, APRIL 6 4:15 A.M. Complainant reported his girlfriend stole his black, LG En-V2 cell phone from his apartment on East Napoleon Road.