The following investigations are in progress, and the following people were arrested or issued summons, according to police reports.
STUDENT ARRESTED FOR ALCOHOL POSSESSION Freshman Bradley Hagen, 18, was arrested on charges of purchase and possession of alcohol by a minor at 2:10 a.m. on Aug. 22. Officers arrested Hagen at the corner of Curtis Avenue and 400 Kentucky Blvd. He was released on summons set for an unknown date.
TRAFFIC VIOLATION LEADS TO ARREST Officers stopped sophomore Nicholas Wood, 19, near Curtis and Burnam Avenue on Aug. 22 for violating a one-way street sign. Wood then provided false identification and no proof of insurance and was arrested at 10:20 p.m. He was released on summons.
MAN ARRESTED ON SIX DIFFERENT CHARGES Nicholas Cannon, 20, was arrested Aug. 24 for six different charges, two involving underage drinking and two for assault. Cannon was charged with possession of intoxicants by a minor, open alcoholic beverage container in a public area, resisting arrest, assault, presentation of false identification and deceiving police officers. MUPD arrested him on Elm Street and South 7th Street at 12:21 a.m. He posted $500 bond.
CARELESS DRIVING LEADS TO ARREST Andrew Kohrs, 21, was arrested at the 2428 Pimlico Court for careless and imprudent driving and a DWI. Officers found Khors at 12:55 a.m. on Aug. 25. He was held for the night and was released in the morning on a $500 bond.
— Pranav Shastry, reporter
- SEXUAL ASSAULT UNDER INVESTIGATION Columbia Police Department officers are investigating a claim that a woman, 18, was drugged and sexually assaulted at a fraternity house on Aug. 19. Officers arrived at University Hospital at 4:22 a.m., where they interviewed the victim. The woman felt she was drugged while drinking, department spokeswoman Latisha Stroer said. The department has not named any witnesses, according to a news release. The victim’s last known location was the 800 block of South Providence Road, according to an MU Clery release sent out Aug. 21. If the accusation proves to have merit, it will be in violation of the Interfraternity Council’s constitution and bylaws.
— Mara Somlo, senior staff writer
If anyone has information on these crimes, contact Crime Stoppers at 875-TIPS. All calls are confidential. If a court authority later clears a charge listed in the blotter, contact The Maneater to request an updated entry.