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Campus Crime for Nov. 8

Published: Thursday, November 8, 2012

Updated: Thursday, November 8, 2012 15:11

Oct. 27
Around 1:27 a.m. Saturday, Officer Robert Peevey noticed Christine Matei walking from the Lambda Chi house, and she was staggering and swaying as she was walking, according to the report. She staggered and swayed around the parking lot for about eight minutes, according to the report. Peevey contacted Matei and asked how much she had to drink that night. She said she had only had two drinks, but her speech was slurred and there was an odor of intoxicants on her breath. She submitted a breath sample of .17 and was taken into custody for public intoxication.

Around 1:47 a.m. Saturday, Officer Andrew Thrasher heard Lakin Cathy in front of Arkansas Hall being loud and disorderly. Thrasher contacted Cathy, who began to walk toward him unsteadily, according to the report. She was unable to state her birthday properly, according to the report. She said she had consumed a few alcoholic beverages and provided a breath sample of .124. She received an alcohol referral for public intoxication and minor in possession by consumption.

Oct. 28
Around 1:07 a.m. Sunday, Officer Robert Peevey noticed three males walking from the Lambda Chi house. When Peevey passed them, Kyle Biggers yelled expletives at him. Peevey got out of his car to confront Biggers. He had a smell of intoxicants on his breath and a cup half full of whiskey, which Peevey threw on the ground, according to the report. Biggers submitted a breath sample of .17.  He was taken into custody for disorderly conduct and public intoxication and received an alcohol violation.

Nov. 3
Around 1:30 a.m. Saturday, Ptl. Andrew Thrasher and Cpl. Kirksey arrived at the Sigma Pi house in reference to an unwanted guest. There was a group of people on the north side of the house, where officers noticed Jacob Freeze on the ground with another male on top of him restraining him, according to the report. Freeze was released, and Thrasher and Kirksey escorted him to the front of the patrol car. There was a smell of intoxicants coming from him, according to the report. Freeze attempted to pull away from Kirksey and was placed under arrest for public intoxication. According to the report, witnesses told officers Freeze had punched a vehicle with a key between his fingers before their arrival. Freeze also received a persona non grata for the ASU campus.


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