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Crime brief: ‘Chasing vodka with beer’ leads to disorderly conduct charges

A female student and resident of Canfield Hall was charged with disorderly conduct after she had been “chasing vodka with beer,” according to an Ohio State University Police report.
Officers and a medic were called to Canfield Hall on March 28 just before midnight on a report of an intoxicated female. Upon arrival the resident was found completely unconscious. The resident’s roommates said she had been drinking and they “did not seem concerned with (her) condition,” according to the report.
The resident vomited on one of the EMTs and was transported to the Wexner Medical Center for treatment. Her case was referred to Student Conduct, according to the report.
Also on South Campus, a male student was arrested for possession of drugs and drug paraphernalia Monday afternoon in Baker Hall East.
The same afternoon, a female staff member reported assault on the Oval that occurred Saturday night. Investigation into the event is closed, according to the University Police log.
A male non-affiliate was arrested for identity fraud, obstructing official business and receiving stolen property on Tuesday at about noon at Care Point East, located at 543 Taylor Ave.
There were 18 thefts reported on OSU’s campus from March 28 to April 4.

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