Police Beat

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    COMPILED BY KAREN GUTKE

    THEFT

    A video camera was taken from Room 529 of the John A. Widstoe Building Wednesday, Mar. 1 sometime between noon and 2 p.m. A faculty member said he left the camera sitting out on a desk in the room, and it was gone when he returned. The room is a science lab and was not secure, according to the police. The camera was the faculty member’s personal property and is worth $800. There are no suspects.

    An eighteen-year-old student reported her planner/wallet stolen from Room 2031 of the JKHB sometime between 8 and 9 am on Monday, Feb. 28. She attended class in the room and noticed sometime later that she did not have her planner in her possession. The total value of her missing property is $265.

    A 21-year old student reported that his wallet was taken from Room 138 of the Richards Building sometime between 6:15 and 6:30 p.m. on Friday, 25. He said he was playing basketball and put his things by the side of the court. When he returned the wallet was missing. The total value of his missing wallet came to $37.

    A 35-year-old visitor to campus reported her purse missing. She was in the lobby of the Madsen Recital Hall in the Harris Fine Arts Center on Friday, Feb. 25 at 7:20 p.m. She said she put her purse down to help someone else and when she returned sometime after 9 p.m, it was missing. The value of the missing purse and its contents is not known at this time.

    SUSPICIOUS/DISORDERLY CONDUCT

    A 24-year-old visitor was reported to University officers for disorderly conduct. He was walking through the Cougareat in the Wilkinson Student Center on Monday at 11:08 a.m. and swore at the people who walked passed him. He dropped his pants to give a few of them a full view of his boxers. An officer arrived quickly and escorted the man off of campus. He was given a 72-hour ban from campus.

    SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES

    A professor reported suspicious behavior in her office located on the fourth floor of the Widstoe Building sometime between 4 p.m. Feb. 24 and 9 am Feb. 25. She said she locked her door after leaving her office on Thursday and then found it unlocked with papers moved about on her desk when she returned the next morning. There are no suspects.

    VANDALISM

    Two students reported a broken window in the lobby of Budge Hall in Helaman Halls on Tuesday, Feb. 29. It is estimated that the window was broken sometime between 12:30 and 1 p.m. The value of the window is not known at this time, and there are no suspects or suspected motives.

    TRESPASSING

    Five students broke an electrical cord on the elevator in Deseret Towers W Hall on Wednesday morning, March 1 sometime between 2:30 and 4:30 a.m. They were found riding on top of the elevator instead of inside it. The elevator had to be closed down for repairs. The total amount of labor and repairs came to $35. The students were all referred to the Honor Code office for trespassing.

    DRIVER ARRESTED

    A 21-year-old visitor was arrested for driving on a suspended license Wednesday, March 1 at 10:51 a.m. She was driving up 1240 North and was pulled over by a University Police officer for a traffic violation. The officer checked her license and learned that there was a warrant out for her arrest for driving on a suspended license.

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