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What’s My Number?

On Oct. 28 an officer spotted Cleveland State students walking near East 22nd Street and Euclid Avenue at 1:30 a.m.
The students were walking toward Euclid Commons, and one student appeared to be helping the other student by holding her wrist. The officer approached the students and could smell alcohol on the breath of one student when she was talking. The student was crying, slurring her words and could not provide the officer her student ID number.
The officer determined the student could not take care of herself and called her roommate to come get her. The officer told the roommate he was now releasing the student into her care, and she would be responsible for her.
At 1:52 a.m. the officer reported the incident to the RA. The student was advised the incident could be forwarded to Student Life Judicial Affairs.

Rubbed the Wrong Way

At 8:30 p.m. on Oct. 31, a Cleveland State student reported seeing a man exposing himself in public.
The student reported she was sitting in the first floor lobby of Rhodes Tower near the vending machines when she saw movement out of the corner of her eye. She noticed that the man standing in between the last vending machine and the wall was committing an act of public indecency.
The student left the area and reported to security guards what she had seen. She described the man as black, around 5 feet 11 inches tall, with curly hair and wearing dark jeans.
Security searched the area but could not find anyone matching the description.

The Day the Music Died

On Nov. 2 a male Cleveland State student reported that his car had been broken into.
The student reported he parked his car in a parking lot on East 21st Street and Prospect Avenue at 7:30 a.m. When he returned at 3:45 p.m., he noticed his passenger window had been broken into. The student’s radio and center console were missing, along with amplifiers he had in his trunk.
The case remains open.