The glass to a snack machine in the Knott Hall commuter lounge was reported by a Loyola student to be broken. Campus Police responded and removed all remaining snacks.
Arizona authorities arrested country singer Glen Campbell for drunk driving and hit and run in November 2003 after the 67-year-old performer ran his BMW into another car at a Phoenix intersection. Although Campbell left the scene of the accident, authorities found him at his home nearby. The police report states that officers smelled alcohol on the singer's breath and noted that he looked drunk. Campbell was booked into a Maricopa County jail, where he kneed a sergeant in the thigh, receiving an additional aggravated assault on a police officer charge. In May 2004, the country star pleaded guilty to extreme DUI and leaving the scene of an accident, for which he served 10 nights in jail in July 2004.