12:08 p.m. – Organic herbal supplements
University of Maine Police Department (UMPD) responded to a report of a lost wallet at the New Balance Recreation and Fitness Center. The wallet was identified as belonging to Dimitri Dodge, a first-year student. Along with the usual possessions, a gram of honey wax oil, or wax dabs, was found in the wallet.
Dodge admitted to possessing everything in the wallet, including the oil. A search of Dodge’s room yielded three pipes, one grinder, butane and a boiling pot that had wax residue in it. Dodge was summonsed for possession of marijuana and possession of paraphernalia, and also referred to Judicial Affairs (JA).
7:28 p.m. – Nine is fine
A UMPD officer conducting foot patrol in Cumberland located a room that was being very noisy. The officer made contact with the resident, who was hosting nine people at the time. All the people in the room were students, and they all admitted to drinking or having alcohol. A large number of beers were relinquished to the officer. All were referred to JA.
10:36 p.m. – Chunder-land Hall
UMPD responded to a report of a student, who was covered in vomit, vomiting “profusely” in a Cumberland Hall bathroom. The student admitted to drinking Smirnoff vodka. She was transported to the hospital by University of Maine Volunteer Ambulance Corps.
10:23 p.m. – The wrong a-Proach
UMPD responded to a Resident Assistant (RA) report of a marijuana odor and loud noise in Cumberland Hall. The officer reported that there were six people in the room and they were not compliant, citing that they would not consent to a search. Five people in the room were referred. Christopher Proach, a first-year student, was arrested for an outstanding warrant in York County for failure to appear in court after a charge of operating after suspension.
A theft was reported at Phi Gamma Delta, known as FIJI, on 79 College Ave. Several hundred dollars in cash were reportedly stolen from the house. This matter is still under investigation.
10:15 p.m. – Doobie-ous intent
UMPD responded to an RA report of marijuana odor in Androscoggin Hall. Officers identified the room, and made contact with resident Adam Jannetti, a first-year student. Jannetti was compliant with the officers, handing over a small bag of marijuana. Jannetti was summonsed for possession of marijuana and referred to JA.