The Advance-Titan

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Oct. 18, 2015 (1:49 a.m.) Officers responded to the 600 block of Algoma Boulevard to check the welfare of an 18-year-old female UW Oshkosh student that had blood on her face and was having difficulties walking. Officers made contact with the female and determined that she had injured her nose after falling. The female refused medical attention and was intoxicated but not incapacitated. She was warned for underage consumption of alcoholic beverages and released to responsible parties. Oct. 19, 2015 (5:00 p.m.) An officer responded to South Gruenhagen Hall for a report of a fire alarm. The officer and Oshkosh Fire and Rescue discovered that a 19-year-old male resident Fox Valley Technical College student and a 20-year-old male resident FVTC student activated the fire alarm by vaping electronic cigarettes in their room. All residents were allowed to return to their rooms. Both males responsible for setting off the alarm were warned for disorderly conduct. Oct. 20, 2015 (6:32 p.m.) A Community Advisor reported seeing an 18-year-old male UW Oshkosh resident student that was restricted from Fletcher Hall in the building. An officer made contact with the student, at which time he admitted being in the building. The officer confirmed that the male was in fact restricted from the building, and he was issued a citation for unauthorized presence. Oct. 24, 2015 (12:39 a.m.) An officer was approached by a male in Fletcher Hall who stated another male had exited the building with blood on his hands and that a female on the second floor was in the bathroom, also bleeding. The officer made contact with a 21-year-old non-affiliated male and the 19-year-old female UW Oshkosh resident student and found that the blood was not a result from criminal activity with either of the parties, and neither had requested additional medical treatment. Oct. 24, 2015 (10:43 p.m.) Officers witnessed a vehicle travel the wrong way down Algoma Boulevard, a posted one-way street, and turn into University lot 18. While officers were speaking with the driver, they observed alcohol in the vehicle in plain view. The driver willingly turned over the alcohol. The driver was identified as an 18-year-old non-affiliated male. The driver was cited for failure to obey sign and underage possession of alcohol (1st). Oct. 25, 2015 (3:04 a.m.) An officer responded to South Scott Hall for a verbal argument between two people in a room on the seventh floor. When the officer arrived on the seventh floor, he found that the argument was between a 19-year-old female UW Oshkosh resident student and a 19-year-old UW Oshkosh male resident student. The male was arrested for Disorderly Conduct and transported to the Winnebago County Jail. He was also issued a citation for underage drinking.

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