Campus crime reports Feb. 6- Feb. 10
Officers received a report of a minor vehicle crash between a student’s 2003 Ford F-150 and a university transport bus around 7:24 a.m. No injuries were suffered and both vehicles sustained minor contact damages.
A student reported she suffered an injury after she stubbed her toe on a piece of metal spanning across the sidewalk behind Dupré Library. Officers notified the Director of Public Safety at 11:30 a.m.
A professor fell in an office on the second floor of Montgomery Hall around 1 p.m. The professor dislocated his knee and was taken to Lafayette General Medical Center for medical treatment.
Officers were dispatched when a student reported another student sending a message via Facebook stating they wanted to commit suicide. The student was located and it was determined they had no harmful intentions.
Around 6:40 p.m., officers were advised of a verbal dispute between two food service employees in the Student Union. The disturbance ended upon the officers’ arrival; one party had been asked to leave the premises with no further incidents.
Two suspicious individuals were spotted leaving the Legacy Park parking lot around 1:03 a.m. Officers made contact with one of the individuals and spoke to them briefly.
Michael Griffin, 20, of Houston; Breanna, 19, of Baton Rouge; and Hannah Bishop, 19, of Greensboro, North Carolina, were released on drug-related misdemeanor summonses after an officer conducting a foot patrol discovered their vehicle under suspicious circumstances. The officer discovered marijuana, a metal grinder and two burned cigar ends in the car.
Officers discovered a homeless man sitting in the Conference Center’s basement bathroom. The male was identified and escorted off campus.