Police Notes & Farewell – 12/6/17

Photo courtesy of Savin Mattozzi | Our beloved staff writer Savin Mattozzi is graduating this semester.

Police Notes

Nov. 29, 12:11 a.m. — Xavier Police investigated the report of a fight behind Gallagher Student Center. Two non-students were issued trespass warnings and sent on their way.

Nov. 30, 11:25 p.m. — Two students reported their vehicle being followed by another vehicle from the interstate to campus. The area was searched, but the suspect was unable to be located.

Dec. 1, 1:36 p.m. — An employee reported that they received an email harrassing them. An investigation is pending.

Dec. 2, 12:55 a.m. — Xavier Police and Residence Life checked on the well-being of an underage intoxicated student in Husman Hall. The student was determined to be OK to spend the night in the room with a friend. Residence Life will follow up.

Dec. 2, 1:02 a.m. — Xavier Police, Norwood Police and Norwood Fire and Rescue checked on an intoxicated student found lying on the sidewalk outside the Domino’s on Montgomery Road. The student was checked by medics, determined to be OK and released to a roommate at University Station for the evening.

Dec. 2, 7:33 p.m. — Xavier Police and Cincinnati Fire and Rescue checked on an intoxicated student found in Smith Hall. The student was checked by medics, determined to be OK and transported to their off-campus residence on Cleneay Avenue, where they were released to a roommate.

Dec. 2, 11:17 p.m. — Norwood Fire and Rescue transported an underage intoxicated student found passed out in the grass outside of McGrath Health and Wellness Center to Mercy-Rookwood Hospital. Residence Life was notified.

Note of the Week

“Third time’s not the charm”

Dec. 2, 1:44 p.m. — A student who had been ejected from the Crosstown Shootout twice attempted to sneak back into the arena a third time and was taken into custody, transported to their room in Brockman Hall and released to Residence Life. The student was charged with trespassing and underage consumption of alcohol and will be referred to Residence Life.


Thank you, Savin

Staff writer and frequent contributor to the U.S. & World News section Savin Mattozzi (above) is graduating this semester with a bachelor’s degree in International Studies. Typically, we have graduating students write a senior piece for the Opinions and Editorials section, but Savin opted out. Instead, we will be dedicating the “Week in Review” box to him.

Savin was an immense help to the Newswire and is leaving us with numerous happy memories of the far too short year and a half he spent working with us.

He is currently looking for a job, so if anyone knows of anything good and well-paying, please let him know. Also, let us know if you’re interested in writing for the U.S. & World News section. He was pretty much the only writer we had. Email us here.

This post was assembled by U.S. & World News Editor Kevin Thomas.