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McCune Hall residents charged with possession of drug paraphernalia

Brandon J. Light, 18, and Hy’Neaf S. Reynolds, 19, both of McCune Hall, were charged with possession of drug paraphernalia in connection with an incident that occurred April 4.

University police were dispatched to McCune Hall in response to an active fire alarm. The origin of the alarm was traced to Light and Reynolds’ room, where officers located drug paraphernalia in the bathroom.

Light and Reynolds later admitted to smoking marijuana in the bathroom, which caused the smoke detector to sound throughout the building.

Charges were filed against both Light and Reynolds for possession of drug paraphernalia.

Hit and run reported in the F/S-5 parking lot

A staff member from the Reed Operations Center came to university police on Friday to report a hit and run that caused damage to his gold 1997 Chevrolet Cavalier.

The staff member reported his vehicle had been parked in the F/S-5 parking lot when he discovered damage to the driver’s side rear fender and bumper area of his vehicle. There was also red paint from the striking vehicle on the damaged vehicle.

Officers checked the vehicle parked next to the victim’s but were unable to find any damage consistent with the damage done to his vehicle.

The incident remains under investigation, and no damage estimate is available at this time.

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