METH FOUND IN WOMAN’S VAGINA
Officer Nelson was called for back up on 1270 Shiloh Rd. on the evening of April 10. Upon arrival, Officer Henderson informed his backup that he needed assistance searching a female suspect. The handcuffed woman allegedly told Henderson she had methamphetamine located in her vagina. The...News
Kelly Hyder-Stockdale, president of the OWLS American Sign Language Club, is determined to add ASL to the list of foreign language courses offered at KSU.
The ASL pamphlet states that while The University System of Georgia recognizes ASL as a foreign language, KSU “currently does not offer American Sign Language as a foreign...News
POLICE BREAK UP NOISY GATHERING
Around midnight on March 28, Officer Culberson and Officer Watson were called to a KSU apartment in reference to an unknown person screaming. When the officers arrived, residents told them that a woman’s scream was heard in the hallway followed by what sounded like someone being slammed against...News
At this week’s SGA meeting, President Daniel Papp paid the council a visit.
He thanked the student government for its contributions to the new football department developments before informing those in attendance that he is working on improving the heavy traffic that accumulates around KSU by having an overpass built that...News
HIDDEN CAMERA CATCHES THIEF
Thursday evening, March 21, Officer Cortolano was called to the Burruss Building to meet with two KSU employees who were reporting an alleged theft. The female employee stated that, over the past few months, a few sets of headphones had been stolen from the male employees’ office desk.
Lighting Up With No Headlights
At about 8 p.m. on Thursday, March 14, a KSU officer conducted a traffic stop on a black BMW traveling without headlights on Campus Loop. The officer approached the car and immediately smelled marijuana. The driver explained he and his passenger had just come from University Place and were headed to a...News
During the SGA meeting of March 14th, President Rosalyn Hedgepeth reminded attendees to stay tuned to new developments of the possibility of KSU creating a new seal. In the student-body meeting before spring break, Plamen Mavrov, a Political Science and International Affairs major, presented SGA with the idea of revising KSU’s...News
ROBBING THE OWL'S NEST
A book-bag was reported stolen from a student's car on Friday morning, February 22nd. The student parked his car at the Owl's Nest on the evening of February 21st, leaving his black and grey book-bag full of valuables inside the vehicle. The student returned later that night to find that his bag was missing. The...News
Backup Called For
Officer Putnam called for backup on the afternoon of Feb. 12 due to a strong odor of marijuana coming from a car pulled over on Big Shanty Rd. near the Lofts. Putnam initially pulled the car over because the front- seat passenger was not seen wearing a seat belt. Both young men were acting nervously and breathing...News
Police Beat is compiled weekly from Kennesaw State University’s Safe and Sound Police public records. Names are removed for privacy.
I Knew You Were Trouble
On Monday, February 11th, a female student reported to KSU Public Safety that she was being harassed by her ex-boyfriend (a non-student). She said that he had been...