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19-year-olds cited for underage drinking

Feb. 14, 2013 @ 12:00 AM

The following information was provided by the Marshall University Police Department:

UNDERAGE DRINKING: Four men, all 19 years old, were cited for underage consumption after officers responded to a disturbance in the 400 block of Hal Greer Boulevard at 2:07 a.m. Saturday.

PUBLIC INTOXICATION: Officers were dispatched to the John Marshall statue next to Drinko Library at 1:04 a.m. Friday after a report that a person was climbing on it. When officers arrived, they found four underage men under the influence of alcohol. They were cited for public intoxication and underage consumption.

DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE: An 18-year-old man from Wayne was pulled over on 6th Avenue between Hal Greer Boulevard and 20th Street at 10:51 p.m. Feb. 2, after officers noticed an expired registration. The driver had an odor of alcohol, slurred speech and red, glassy eyes. He was charged with driving under the influence and improper registration.

INDECENT EXPOSURE: An 18-year-old student was arrested after officers spotted him urinating on the roadway at 20th Street and Maple Avenue at 2:30 a.m. Feb. 1. He was charged with indecent exposure and underage consumption. A 19-year-old that was with him also was charged with underage consumption.

UNDERAGE CONSUMPTION: A 19-year-old student was found staggering and vomiting in front of Old Main at 2:15 a.m. Sunday. He was charged with underage consumption.

PETIT LARCENY: Two students were arrested and charged with misdemeanor counts of petit larceny and fraudulent use of access device. They were taken into custody following an investigation into two petit larceny reports in January and early February. In one, a checkbook was stolen from an employee's office in the Science Building. In another, cash, bank cards and an ID was taken from a wallet in the Twin Towers West laundry room. The two students were arrested after they were caught using the stolen ID to try and cash the stolen personal check at a local bank.

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