Police Beat June 20 – June 27

By on June 28, 2011.

Suspicious Activity

June 21: Police were called to the Tanner Building when someone noticed a monitor and projector were damaged. Damages are estimated at $500. No suspects have been apprehended.

June 21: Tenants at Wymount notified police of a suspicious male in a gold pickup truck. The male had been waiting in an idling truck for a long period of time. When the officers arrived they discovered the suspect was waiting for his wife and daughter. No further investigation was conducted.

June 24: Police were called to the Eyring Science Center when a male suspect was seen checking bike tires on the racks. When policed arrived the college-age suspect was not found.

June 24: A concerned witness notified police of flashes of light coming from the top of the bell tower. When police arrived the source of the flashes was not found.

Theft:

June 21: About $680 worth of tools were reported stolen at Wymount. No description of the subject was made. Police are still investigating.

June 23: A 40-year-old male was identified by video surveillance shoplifting at the Bookstore. About $330 of computer supplies were stolen. The suspect was cited for retail theft,  a misdemeanor, and later released.

Disorderly Conduct:

June 22: Police were called when a fight broke out at a restroom in the Wilkinson Center. The caller stated that a male used a cellphone camera to take snapshots while using the urinal. The suspect left the premises before officers arrived on the scene.

June 25: A female and male student were found trespassing on the tennis courts south of campus. When asked to leave, the male student became belligerent and began hitting tennis balls toward the university employee. The suspects were identified. The university employee was not hit by the balls. The incident is under investigation.

Hit and Run:

June 23: Police were called to the scene of a hit-and-run at the parking lot of the Creamery on Ninth. Police left a note on the damaged car. The owner has not returned the call.

Criminal Mischief:

June 25: An expletive was keyed on a university student’s car while parked at the Creamery on Ninth. The student stated they did not know who would want to do such a thing to them. Damages are estimated at $500. No suspects have been cited.

Missing Person:

June 25: A concerned father called the police stating his son was missing. When police arrived the son had been found.