Campus Crime

Shattered glass
An officer was dispatched to the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity house the morning of Jan. 20 in response to a property damage report. Sometime between the hours of 11 p.m. the night before the incident and 9 a.m. the morning of the incident, someone fired pellets through two front windows of the fraternity house.
A single entranceway window and two bathroom windowpanes were shattered. Fraternity members were able to produce pellets found on the floor near the broken windows. The pellets were reported to be standard-sized .177 caliber pellets.

Bathroom pass
An intoxicated 19-year-old male, who is not a student of the Institute was found passed out in a bathroom of the Delta Upsilon fraternity house at approximately 2 a.m. in the morning of the Jan. 23.
After being discovered unconscious, the person was moved from the bathroom to a couch on the front porch. An ambulance from Grady was dispatched to the scene and found the person breathing but unresponsive.
The person was transported to Emory Crawford Long Hospital.

A person who is not a Tech student was arrested in the early morning of Jan. 23 for driving under the influence.
A patrolling officer noticed an overcrowded sedan seating four people in the three-person backseat. While expressing his concerns to the driver over the additional passenger, the officer noticed an alcoholic odor emanating from the vehicle.
The driver, who was not of legal drinking age and had slurred speech, admitted to the officer that he had imbibed one to two beers that night. A portable breath test indicated that the driver had a BAC level of .171.
He was arrested and charged with D.U.I. Refusal after declining to provide a sample for a State administered chemical test.


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