Campus Crime Reports – March 4-March 12
Nicholas Storms, 18, of Lafayette, was issued a summons for criminal mischief when officers responded to an advisement of someone writing on a vehicle. Storms was also referred to Students Rights and Responsibilities.
Officers engaged in a chase around campus around 5 p.m. with Ronald Sonnier, 49, of Lafayette. Officers received several calls from various places on campus regarding sightings of Sonnier masturbating around female students. Sonnier fled on his bike from Maxim Doucet Hall, hid behind bushes next to Harris Hall and made it to the Student Union before officers finally caught him on the sidewalk of Girard Park Circle and Girard Park Lane. Sonnier was arrested for obscenity and remaining in a place after being forbidden.
Allyson Jordan, 18, of Monroe; Denise Whitmore, 18, of Slidell; and Jessyceyna Brown, 19, of Lafayette, were issued misdemeanor summonses for marijuana possession in the Conference Center around 12:05 a.m.
Officers responded to a report of lost prescription medication in Bittle Hall. Officers discovered 60 pills of Adderall were missing.
An individual believed his car had been stolen from the Zone 8 parking lot when he claimed to have parked his car there the night before but could not find it. Officers could not find any records indicating the vehicle had been towed. The complainant later located his car in the parking lot.
Around 3:30 p.m., officers dispatched to Madison Hall to address a report of theft. The individual claimed his green container with spaghetti had been taken from a community refrigerator.
An officer were advised two individuals had entered Cajun Field by climbing the gate near Gate C at 8:40 p.m. The suspects fled the scene before the officer could arrive, but the two individuals were found at the baseball game at Moore Field and were issued a warning.
An individual called and advised he felt he was going to die after smoking narcotics. An ambulance responded to the call and transported the individual to Lafayette General Medical Center.
A fire alarm went off in Blackham Coliseum around 8:50 a.m. The Lafayette Fire Department searched and could not locate any fire. It was later discovered a dump truck had damaged a water pipe on the ceiling of Barn C. University of Louisiana at Lafayette Maintenance was notified.