What started as a small column, buried in the new section has grown into one of the most read sections of the newspaper. There is something alluring about reading excerpts concerning the mistakes of other fellow students. When a police officer is in the middle of an arrest, handcuffing a law-breaker, it is difficult not to stare and contemplate the feelings of the criminal.
10/2 2:41 p.m.An EWU cheerleader had her iPod stolen from the dance studio during practice. 10/3 3:21 a.m.EWU police approached a transient man who was sleeping in a bus stop near 1st and College Street. The transient man thought he was in Spokane and told police he was going to the Fire Department to pick up a free bicycle helmet.
9/26 1:40 a.m. The EWU police pulled a vehicle over near parking lot P10 for not stopping at a stop sign. Police found that the driver did not have a valid license, and no identification of any kind. He was issued a citation for driving without a valid license. 9/26 12:58 p.m. A student in […]
9/18 12:31 p.m. EWU police assisted the Cheney Police Department at Salnave Park when a call came in about a fight between two high school students that was going to take place there. When police arrived the students were nowhere to be seen. 9/18 2:10 p.m. Two bicycles were stolen from outside the Anna Maria […]
9/11 1:37 a.m. The EWU police assisted the Cheney Police Department when a passing patrol car noticed a man lying on the sidewalk next to parked car near 1st Street, vomiting. The man and the driver of the car had just left a bar and stopped because the man felt sick. Police then called the […]