Police Blotter| 10/19/04 5:00am
Oct. 12, Webster Ave., 12:31 a.m.
The president of Chi Gamma Epsilon fraternity received a summons from the Hanover Police Department after it was discovered that "Sketch," the house-dog, was unlicensed and had bit someone on the leg. A male resident of Hanover was treated in Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center after the beagle/bloodhound mix bit him on the back of his leg.
Oct. 12, S. Main St., 5:00 p.m.
A female in a green Ford station wagon with New Hampshire license plates drove off without paying for the gas she had purchased at Foodstop.
Oct. 14, Lebanon St., 1:56 p.m.
An officer driving past Hanover High School called in for reinforcements to break up a fight between two students, ages 17 and 18. The two males, who were fighting in front of a small crowd, will go to court.
Oct. 16, Rope Ferry Rd., 1:23 a.m.
A 21-year-old female was taken into protective custody because she was giving the nurses at Dick's House an extremely hard time.
Oct. 16, W. Wheelock St., 1:27 a.m.
With a .199 blood alcohol level, a female student missed her apartment by one house and attempted to break into another house that she apparently thought was hers. The 21-year-old senior was taken to Dick's House but was not charged.
Oct. 16, Allen St., 1:35 a.m.
A resident of Allen St. reported that an intoxicated male was attempting to break into his apartment. The 30-year-old local from Norwich was taken into protective custody before being released to his father.
Oct. 16, Webster Ave., 2:19 a.m.
Approximately 200 compact discs and a stereo boom box were stolen from Chi Gamma Epsilon fraternity. Two members witnessed two suspicious males running from the back door of the house, with a black CD case in tow. The members chased the suspects toward the area of the Choates dorms, but then lost them.
Oct. 16, Webster Ave., 10:24 p.m.
Compounding his problems, Sketch bit the EBA's delivery man. The Police Department issued another summons to the fraternity, which might have to give up the dog.
Oct. 17, East Wheelock St., 12:50 a.m.
Courtney McNanama and Emanuel Batten, a 19-year-old female UMass student and a 20-year-old male Loyola student, respectively, were charged with unlawful possession after Safety and Security alerted the police department of their apparent intoxication. McNanama was taken to the hospital after she vomited at the police station, and Batten was also charged with possession of false identification.