SECOND-DEGREE BREACH OF PEACE — At 1:50 a.m., police were called to Fountain Avenue about an intoxicated female Wesleyan University student. According to the report, a campus public safety officer followed her and her boyfriend, Russell Madison, 21, of West 80th Street, Los Angeles, Calif., after seeing him pulling on her arm, which the officer thought might be harassment. Turns out Madison was trying to "shield" her from the authorities so she would get into trouble for being underage and intoxicated. The report says while the officer was trying to determine if she was safe, Madison pushed him so hard he nearly fell backwards, which prompted a crowd of students to come over to see what took place.
INTERFERING WITH AN OFFICER, SECOND-DEGREE BREACH OF PEACE — At 12:05 a.m., police were called to Foss Hill on the Wesleyan campus about an out-of-control student who was swinging his arms and pushing Wesleyan Public Safety staff. When Middletown Police arrived, they found one officer sitting on the student's back while he was lying face down and another holding his head, according to the report. While being cuffed, Alexander W. Musicant, 18, of Foss Hill Drive tried to bite and kick officers several times so he was brought to Middlesex Hospital for an emergency evaluation. Musicant smelled strongly of alcohol, the report says, and told them, "you will all remember me, I'll be famous and you will pay for this,"