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Campus Crime for Oct. 11

Published: Thursday, October 11, 2012

Updated: Thursday, October 11, 2012 14:10

Oct. 1

On Oct. 1 around 11:43 p.m., Officer Russell Gray followed a speeding vehicle down University Loop which was driven by Frederick Harris, according to the police report. Gray checked the vehicle’s tags and noticed they were for a different vehicle. Officer Gray stopped the vehicle and was assisted by Cpl. Billy Branch, Officer Gene Layne and Officer Steven Wilson. According to the report, Harris failed to produce a driver’s license or vehicle registration and his license on record was suspended. Officer Layne removed the incorrect license plates from the car and the car was towed. Harris was issue three Jonesboro citations for driving on a suspended driver’s license, fictitious tags and no tags.

 

Oct. 2

On Oct. 2 Officer Gene Layne arrived at Collegiate Park in reference to a smoky odor coming from the residence. Layne entered the residence with an RA, who conducted a health and safety check. According to the report, on the table was a bottle with tobacco, two small burnt marijuana cigarettes and some marijuana seeds. John Cordell, Ryan Montgomery and Julius Lavalais admitted to smoking a Black and Mild in the room, but stated they didn’t smoke the marijuana, according to the report. A Residence Hall Violation was issued for smoking in the room.



Oct. 7

On Sunday around 3:40 a.m. Officer Steven Wilson was on foot patrol in NorthPark Quads when he saw Koki Okamoto sitting on his window ledge smoking a cigarette, according to the report. After seeing Wilson, Okamoto dropped the cigarette and jumped back to his room. Wilson approached the window and saw Okamoto and Yuki Tokyo in the room playing cards. According to the report there was also a bottle of vodka on the table. Wilson went into the room to get the students’ identification and ask the students to destroy the alcohol. According to the report, Okamoto poured the vodka down the sink. Okamoto and Tokyo both received alcohol violations for drinking on campus.

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