Campus Law Ohio U Campus Crime: South Green keeps it green By Cole Behrens Posted on February 6, 2018 2 min read 0 0 538 One Nelsonville man was arrested for possession of meth. Graphic by Connor Perrett. Graphic by Connor Perrett These are the crimes as reported by the Ohio U Police Department last week. Will the plague of criminal destruction that wreaks havoc across campus ever come to an end? Self-proclaimed experts (this reporter) say no. Saturday night’s alright for fighting (and property destruction) OUPD cited a student Saturday for fighting in Biddle Hall. A simple assault was also reported on Friday night in Voigt Hall. A citation was also issued in Baker Center for property destruction. An unnamed criminal was also charged for property destruction Tuesday in Washington Hall after it was discovered that the residents had obstructed a smoke detector with a plastic bag, endangering the entire residence hall. South Green keeps it green South Green was a hotbed for drug-related criminal mischief during the past week. Of the 10 citations issued for controlled substances, six were located on South Green. Oceans 11 Some real major heists were pulled off this week. A theft was reported at Seigfred Hall Monday afternoon. A larceny was also reported on Tuesday in Lindley hall. If you’re underage drinking, you’re not thinking OUPD reported 7 instances of underage alcohol consumption this week. All citations except one, which was is Tupper Hall, were issued in dorms. Miscellaneous criminal mischief Police responded to a telecommunications harassment complaint in Sargent Hall. An individual was cited for possession of fictitious identification on College Green. OUPD responded to an “emotionally distressed person” at the Hudson Health Center on Tuesday.