Campus crime Feb. 2
Criminal Mischief / Simple Criminal Damage to Property
Tyler Neece, 18, and Christopher Boudreaux Jr., 19, were arrested and issued a misdemeanor summons for criminal damage to property and simple criminal damage to property. DNA swabbing identified the two males as the suspects who activated a fire extinguisher on the first-floor hallway of Coronna Hall on Feb. 25.
Disturbing the peace/Resisting an officer
Sam Whitt, 22, was booked into the Lafayette Parish Correctional Center on Feb. 24 for disturbing the peace by intoxication and resisting an officer. Police officers found Whitt sleeping under a tree and, after being woken up, he became combative and resisted police officers and their instructions.
Katherine Comeaux, 20, was arrested on Feb. 25 and released on a misdemeanor summons after she admitted to hitting a parked vehicle with her car and on the fourth story of the Stokes Parking Tower and not reporting it to police.
Two students were referred to Rights and Responsibilities on Feb. 27 after police officers discovered they were in possession of a UL Lafayette master key.
Simple Criminal Damage to Property
Matthew Jeandron, 18, was issued a summons for simple criminal damage to property after damaging Sheetrock wall near the control panel of the first-floor elevator on Feb. 25.
The yellow Phi Kappa Theta flag was stolen from the Phi Kappa Theta house on Feb. 27. The theft is still under investigation.