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University of Iowa News Release
Release: October 5, 2013
FOOTBALL RELATED ARRESTS IOWA v. MICHIGAN STATE
UI Police issued the following number of citations
PAULA Citations: 4
Public Urination Citations: 0
Open Container in Public Citations: 14
Public Consumption of Liquor: 0
6 were transported to jail. 1 was signed and released.
The following individuals were arrested during football game day operations:
Edwards, Aaron Richard, 25 of Knoxville, IA for Public Intox at Kinnick Stadium at 1119 hours. Edwards stumbled past officers. Edwards smelled of alcohol and had slurred speech. Edwards was given two chances to leave the stadium and refused. Edwards refused PBT.
Droze, Ryan Francis, 29 of Livonia, MI for Public Intox at Kinnick Stadium at 1220 hours. Droze was reported to be intoxicated by a citizen. Droze had slurred speech and had an odor of ingested alcohol. Droze refused PBT.
Swift, Dennis Michael, 23, of Livonia, MI for Public Intox at Kinnick Stadium at 1200 hours. Swift had poor balance and smelled of an alcoholic beverage. Swift admitted having too much to drink. Swift refused PBT.
Lauder, Steven C, 19 of Iowa City, IA for Public Intox at Kinnick Stadium at 1348 hours. Lauder was passed out in the men’s restroom. Lauder had slurred speech and smelled of ingested alcohol. Lauder admitted drinking. Lauder blew .147 PBT.
Hamilton, Brian James, 21 of Cedar Rapids, IA for Public Intox at Hawkeye Commuter Lot at 1331 hours. Hamilton was harassing people in the parking lot. Hamilton admitted drinking. Hamilton’s speech was slow and he was unsteady on his feet. Hamilton blew .160 PBT.
Porreca, James Joseph, 23 of West Dundee, IL for Public Intox at Hospital ETC Parking Lot at 1430 hours. Porreca was passed out behind some power boxes. Porreca had slurred, mumbled speech and admitted drinking alcohol. Porreca refused PBT.
Gillett, Jeffrey Carter, 21 of Iowa City, IA for Public Intox at the 500 Block Newton Road at 1445 hours.
STORY SOURCE: University of Iowa Department of Public Safety, Police Division, 808 University Capitol Centre, Iowa City, IA 52242 (319) 335-5022
The University of Iowa Department of Public Safety is proud to present this month’s Crime Prevention Newsletter. The Crime Prevention Newsletter will give you tips on how to stay safe whether you are at work or at home/residence hall. The issue will also discuss how to deal with solicitors.
Posted by Poole | 6 September 2013 | Tags: Solicitation, Solicitors, Home Safety, Dorm Safety, Residence Hall Safety, University of Iowa Crime Prevention News, University of Iowa Police Crime Prevention Newsletter
University of Iowa students generally feel safe on campus, support the current weapons ban on campus and approve of the job UI campus police to do protect them, a new survey by a UI journalism class found. See the survey.