By Holly Wells
Arizona Daily Wildcat
Wednesday, November 2, 2005
Two students were found with alcohol and drug paraphernalia early Saturday morning after a resident assistant knocked on their door in Coronado Residence Hall, 822 E. Fifth St., about a noise complaint during quiet hours, reports stated.
When police arrived around 12:20 a.m., the RA told them she had smelled marijuana when the students opened the door. The RA said after she left she heard the toilet flush several times.
Police knocked on the students' door and noticed the students both had glazed red, watery eyes.
Police asked the students if they had been smoking marijuana and one of the students became defensive.
Police looked at the students' tongues and noticed one of the student's tongues had a greenish tint.
Both students admitted they had been drinking and said police could search the room, reports stated.
Police found a filter with a black cylinder, a cone-shaped object and a plastic bag with a filter. The items smelled like marijuana and had residue in them.
One of the students said he had alcohol in the refrigerator. Police found a bottle of vodka and a bottle of whiskey.
One of the students then admitted he had been smoking marijuana.
The student was cited for underage drinking, possession of marijuana and possession of paraphernalia.
The other student was cited for underage drinking.
The alcohol was thrown away and the students were released, reports stated.
Two students were diverted to the Dean of Students for underage drinking early Saturday morning after police found empty beer cans and liquor bottles in their room in Coronado, 822 E. Fifth St., reports stated.
Police arrived around 12:40 a.m. There were numerous empty beer cans and about 10 assorted liquor bottles on the floor of the students' room.
Both students smelled like alcohol and said they had been drinking.
Police had the students clean up the room.
The students were then released, reports stated.
A student was booked into Pima County Jail for disorderly conduct and underage drinking early Saturday morning after police went to investigate a fight at the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity house, 1510 N. Vine Ave., reports stated.
When police arrived around 1 a.m., there were several people standing around the parking lot.
Several people told police the student had thrown a bike at the house several times. The student had then thrown the bike at someone's car.
There was a dent and a scrape on the driver's side door of the car, reports stated.
Police were able to find the student with the help of some fraternity members.
The student smelled like alcohol and had bloodshot eyes.
The student also had slurred speech and was incoherent at times.
The student kept saying, "My friend is in the hospital and I don't know where he is," reports stated.
The student said he hadn't thrown the bike.
A fraternity member said five men had shown up to the fraternity and said fraternity members had asked the men to leave.
The fraternity member said the men had refused to leave and said one of the men, who was dressed in a Spartan cheerleader outfit, eventually hit one of the fraternity members, reports stated.
The student admitted he had shown up to the party with five other members.
The student said the fraternity members had beat up his friend and said he and the other members had wanted to confront the fraternity members.
The student admitted to throwing the bike, but said he hadn't meant to cause any damage.
The fraternity members did not want to press charges for the damage to the house.
The owner of the car decided to press charges, reports stated.
A man was cited for criminal littering early Saturday morning after he threw a cigarette on the ground at Wilbur's Underground, 1303 E. University Blvd., reports stated.
An employee said he had told the man he couldn't smoke in the building around 2:30 a.m. The employee said the man had thrown the lit cigarette on the ground.
The employee had asked the man to pick up the cigarette and he had refused to.
Police asked the man to pick up the cigarette and the man again refused to pick it up.
Police told the man he would be cited if he didn't pick up the cigarette.
The man refused to pick it up and put his hands behind his back.
The man was released, reports stated.
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