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The following incidents were reported in the USC Dept. of Public Safety incident report summary between Wednesday, Feb. 28, and Saturday, March 2. 

Miscellaneous incidents

at 12:48 a.M. on March 2, DPS officers responded to a report of a staff member driving recklessly inside Parking Structure A and detained her for investigation. The officers determined that the staff member was intoxicated, and she was arrested by LAPD officers.

at 2:39 A.M. on March 1, DPS officers responded to a report of an intoxicated student involved in an altercation with fraternity members after being asked to leave a party at the Sigma Phi Epsilon house.  The fraternity members stated that the student was forcibly removed from the party due to his belligerent behavior and he subsequently urinated on the front lawn.  The student remained belligerent when contacted by the officers and he was allowed to leave after refusing to cooperate with their investigation.

at 12:49 A.M. on March 1, DPS officers on routine patrol observed a student sleeping in the alley behind the Alpha Phi sorority house and contacted him to check on his welfare.  The student was intoxicated, but the officers found him to be coherent and he declined medical treatment.  The student was then transported to his residence and released.

at 7:52 P.M. on Feb. 28, DPS officers responded to a student who collided with the rear driver’s side door of a university vehicle when it was opened in her path while she was riding her bicycle near 32nd and Figueroa streets.  The student was not injured, and there was no damage to her bike or the vehicle.

at 3:24 P.m. on Feb. 28, a student was cited to Judicial Affairs for failure to comply with DPS officers enforcing the bike ban at 34th St. and McClintock Ave. and attempting to elude them to avoid being detained.

at 2:32 P.m. on Feb. 28, an underage student was cited to the Student Judicial Affairs Council for using another student’s ID to purchase alcohol at a restaurant at the Ronald Tutor Campus Center.