In case you were wondering what sort of encounters campus police officers have with students and residents...here's an account for you.
Texas A&M Police have an active Twitter account, where they document their dispatches, arrests and announcements. The account boasts over 34.3K followers. Probably because of content like this:
4/8-Public Intoxication (S. College Ave.): PD saw a person climbing out of a storm drain who was soaking wet. Told PD he had been at Northgate and had "probably a little too much" to drink. Arrested & taken to jail.— Texas A&M Police (@TAMUPolice) April 15, 2018
Or perhaps this:
4/8-Public Intoxication (Northside Garage): PD found a person passed out in the back seat of a car with legs hanging out the door. Person was released to a sober relative.— Texas A&M Police (@TAMUPolice) April 15, 2018
Or maybe this:
4/8-Public Intoxication (Northside Garage): PD responded to someone yelling loudly and jumping into other's cars. When found, he was asked how much he had drank. He replied, "A little bit." When asked how much a little bit was and he said, "Just besides enough."— Texas A&M Police (@TAMUPolice) April 15, 2018
4/7-Public Intoxication (PA 74): PD sent to a report of person passed out on the ground with a yellow rental bike on top of him. When he came to he told PD the bike locked up and he fell after he pedaled a short distance.— Texas A&M Police (@TAMUPolice) April 15, 2018
3/24-Public Intoxication (University Dr.): Person was staggering down the sidewalk, then stopped and leaned against a tree. When asked if he knew where he was, he replied "Not exactly. I don't exactly where I'm at"— Texas A&M Police (@TAMUPolice) March 30, 2018
Besides attending to these sorts of calls, they also offer a lot of safety tips!
Keep up the great work, TAMU police!
3/23-DWI (Nuclear Science Ctr. Rd): A driver was detected by radar for speeding over double the posted limit. Officer followed him to the dead end. When told he was stopped for his speed, he replied "yeah, I figured"— Texas A&M Police (@TAMUPolice) March 30, 2018
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