Female falls asleep in Jimmy John’s

At around 1 a.m. Friday, Oxford police officers were dispatched to Jimmy John’s in response to a female passed out in a booth.

According to police reports, officers responded to find a female with her head down on the table sleeping. The officers were reportedly unable to wake the female and detected a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage about her person.

Officers reportedly noticed a cell phone, wallet and purse on the table. Based on a credit card in her wallet, the female was identified as Miami University junior Christine Berdelle, 20.

According to police reports, a California driver’s license with Berdelle’s photograph was also found in the wallet, but it was determined to be fake when it returned the name Tatiana Canalesestrada when run through the computer system.

Berdelle was reportedly transported to McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital where she was cited for underage intoxication, possession of a fake ID and disorderly conduct.

First-year passes out, refuses treatment

At around 4:20 a.m. Friday, Oxford Police Department officers were dispatched to 324 S. Poplar St. in response to an unknown male passed out on the couch.

When officers arrived, residents of the house reportedly pointed to a male face down on the couch.

Officers reportedly woke the male, later identified as Miami University first-year John Fowlds, 18, and found him to be very intoxicated. Fowlds reportedly could not answer simple questions about his whereabouts and smelled strongly of an alcoholic beverage.

According to police reports, Fowlds also had mud on his shirt and jeans, indicating that he had passed out earlier in the night.

The life squad was called, but Fowlds reportedly refused treatment.

Fowlds was cited for underage intoxication and disorderly conduct.

Sophomore receives multiple citations

At around 3:30 a.m. Friday, Oxford Police Department (OPD) officers on patrol noticed a vehicle with what appeared to be an altered temporary registration. Officers reportedly stopped the vehicle in the McDonald’s parking lot.

When officers approached the car, they reportedly noticed that the driver had red, glassy eyes, smelled strongly of an alcoholic beverage and had slurred speech.

The male reportedly told officers he did not have his driver’s license with him, but said his name was “Eric Studt from Pennsylvania.”

The male was asked to step out of his vehicle and reportedly performed poorly on field sobriety tests.

While questioning the passenger, officers reportedly noticed a wallet sitting on the driver’s seat. Inside the wallet, officers reportedly found a Pennsylvania driver’s license matching the name and birth date given by the driver.

When attempting to verify the identity of the driver, the passenger of the vehicle reportedly told officers the license did not belong to the driver.

After further search of the wallet, officers reportedly found a Georgia driver’s license identifying the driver as Miami University sophomore Judson Hill Jr., 20.

Hill was arrested and taken to OPD, where a breath test reportedly determined that he had a blood alcohol content of 0.21.

Hill was cited for operating a vehicle while intoxicated, underage intoxication, possession of a fake ID and expired tags.