On Feb. 15, an officer was dispatched to the corner of North Ave. and Techwood Dr. in reponse to a suspicious person call.
Upon their arrival, the suspect refused to communicate with officers. Several attempts were made to communicate, with negative results. After being warned to leave campus and issued a criminal trespass warning, the subject removed his outer layers of clothing and assumed a fighting stance.
The subject was arrested and put in handcuffs, despite his continued attempts to struggle against the officers.
At 6:45 p.m. on Feb. 19, officers were called to the Health Sciences building in response to an Elevator Entrapment call. Contact was immediately made with the victim, who was trapped between the first and second floor.
After 15 minutes. the Atlanta Fire Department arrived, but was unable to open the elevator door. The elevator repairman called to report that he was an hour away.
The victim was finally retrieved via a ladder lowered into the elevator shaft, through the top of the elevator at 8:30 p.m. because no one was able to open the elevator door. The victim reported no injuries after being removed from the structure.
MJ is my friend
A suspicious male was found wandering around Hopkins Residence Hall at 4:30 a.m. on the morning of Feb. 19. The male reported being at a party earlier in the evening, but did not appear to be with anyone during questioning and could provide no names of current students.
The subject then offered a small bag of what appeared to be marijuana to the officer, and identified himself by both name and date of birth. He was a resident of Chicago, Ill. and was visibily under the influence of alcohol and other substances.
The subject was arrested and charged with criminal trespass and possession of marijuana of less than an ounce.