Malicious destruction of property in student apartments

Police were called to the Ann V. Nicholson Apartments for a report of damage to private property Feb. 10 at 1:40 a.m.

A student informed police of a white male in a plaid shirt and blue baseball cap breaking rearview mirrors off of vehicles — a blue Ford Escort and a white Pontiac G6.

A person was then spotted leaving a room in the Ann V. Nicholson Apartments who matched the suspect’s description.

Police questioned the suspect, who was later identified by the complainant.

Police arrested the suspect for two counts of malicious destruction of property.

The suspect was cooperative, but only admitted to breaking the mirror from one vehicle.

A breathalyzer test showed a blood alcohol level of .138.

The arresting officer is seeking warrants for minor in possession and malicious destruction of propery.

Marijuana use reported in Van Wagoner House

Police responded to an odor complaint in Van Wagoner House Feb. 8 at 7:25 p.m.

The police knocked on the door of a male student, who allowed the police into his apartment.

When asked if he had any marijuana, the student replied, “yes.”

The suspect then opened a desk drawer and gave police a plastic bag containing marijuana.

The suspect and his female guest denied smoking marijuana that evening.

Police did not detect any signs of intoxication in either party.

A NIK test showed the bag tested positive for marijuana.

The student was issued a ticket for marijuana use.