Teri Rizvi, UD spokeswoman, said the university is reviewing and investigating the incident that may have involved members of the Sigma Chi fraternity.
“Based on the initial report, the behaviors described are unacceptable, in violation of the student code of conduct, and will be dealt with swiftly,” she said.
The report states that the group was on their way from Columbus to Dayton when they stopped at the station, 3180 Old Columbus Rd. in London. It is located adjacent to the Choctaw Lake residential area and several callers alerted deputies to unruly activity taking place there around 5:25 p.m. The manager then informed deputies that she needed them to respond in reference to a physical altercation inside the store.
The sheriff’s office received two other calls about, “subjects standing outside of Lake Side Plaza showing genitals to passing vehicles,” the report states.
The responding deputy said he observed, “Countless subjects running in and out of the business, subjects standing on parked vehicles within the parking lot, and several subjects yelling obscenities at other customers within the business,” as well as five subjects attempting to climb up on top of fuel pumps.
The manager reported that she, “caught several subjects urinating outside and inside of the business on the floors and walls, and subjects flashing their genitals at other customers.”
“The male and female restrooms had urine all over the walls and floor, used condoms in the sink, and urine all over non-used toilet paper,” the report states. Glass bottles were also broken on the floor and open containers of alcohol were found inside the beer cooler.
A member who answered the door at the Sigma Chi fraternity house on campus Tuesday said he couldn’t comment. Employees at the gas station also declined to comment on the incident.