Campus police respond to ‘suspicious vehicle’ call – instead they find Pokémon Go players
Apparently people still play it?
On Sunday night, an NC State police officer responded to a call about a “suspicious vehicle” parked on Main Campus Drive in Centennial. But instead of stumbling upon two kids making out or a sneaky drug deal going down, they found an NCSU staff member playing Pokémon Go.
Main Campus Dr
Offcr responded to reprt of susp vhcl and located staff mem and non-stdnt playing Pokémon Go. They complied to le…
— Police Blotter, NCSU (@blottbot) March 27, 2017
The staff member (and a non-student also in the vehicle) agreed to leave the area, probably embarrassed to be caught playing a game that everyone else stopped playing months ago.
Glad to see we’re making use of the officers’ time. I bet they were Team Instinct, bunch of weirdos.