Girl nabbed at Brick Street for fake ID
Around 12:45 a.m. Wednesday, Oxford Police officers were checking Brick Street Bar and Grill when they observed a female, who appeared to be under the age of 21, holding a cup of liquor. The officers approached the female and identified her as 18-year-old Miami University first-year, Gabrielle Cayne. Cayne was arrested and taken to the station. When officers asked for her identification, she stated that it was with her phone. The officers checked her phone case and found two drivers’ licenses. One license was her actual New York state driver’s license. The other license stated that she was from Ohio, went by the name of Chelsea Kraft, and was over 21 years of age. Cayne was issued citations for underage drinking and possessing a fake ID.
Male leaves iPod at 45, claims theft
Around 4 p.m. Monday, a male reported that his iPod 4 was stolen. The male was at 45 East Bar and Grill when he placed the iPod at the table where he was seated. He then left with a few friends and realized he left it there. When he returned, the iPod was no longer on the table and had not been turned in. The victim said the iPod was not accessible without a code.
Man believes mp3 player stolen by roommate
Around 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, a male reported that his iPod was taken from his room. The male said his bedroom was locked, although his room was accessible from the bathroom. The victim believes that one of his three roommates may have taken it because they do not get along. Officers will follow up and interview each of the roommates.
‘Mind probe’ lands student in jail
Around 12:30 a.m. Thursday, an Oxford Police was doing a bar check at Stadium Sports Bar and Grille. When he arrived, he went upstairs and observed a male who appeared to be under the age of 21 holding a full pitcher of ‘mind probe’ in one hand and a cup in the other hand. He stopped the male and identified him as 20-year-old Miami University sophomore Thomas Kottenstette. The officer placed him under arrest, took him to the station and issued him a citation for underage drinking. Kottenstette was then released to a friend.
Female receives citation for drinking underage
Around 12:15 a.m. Wednesday, officers were checking Brick Street Bar and Grill when they observed a female who appeared to be under the age of 21 holding a cup of liquor. They approached the female and identified her as 20-year-old Miami University sophomore, Taylor Smith. The officers placed her under arrest and took her to the station where she was issued a citation for underage drinking.