Police Beat for Nov. 2

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    By Andy North

    THEFT

    Forty compact disks were stolen from a faculty member’s office in the Ernest L. Wilkinson Student Center sometime between Tuesday, Oct. 31 and Wednesday, Nov. 1. The music disks are valued at $600.

    On Oct. 6 during a BYU football game in Cougar Stadium, a female student’s purse was stolen. She said the purse was placed under her seat during the game. When she went to retrieve the purse at the end of the game it was gone. The student waited several weeks to report the incident because she thought the purse would turn up in the lost and found. Police have no suspects.

    Three sectional chairs were stolen from the lobby of the Harman Continuing Education Building on Oct. 29. The estimated loss is $900.

    A wallet containing $110 in cash was stolen from a dorm room in Deseret Towers T-Hall. The theft occurred sometime on Oct. 27 when the wallet was left unattended in the room. Police have no suspects.

    Native American artifacts including a pair of moccasins, an Indian style barrette, and a silver ring were stolen from the multi-cultural room in the Ernest L. Wilkinson Center between Oct. 25 and Oct. 26. Police have no suspects.

    On Oct. 25 between 5 and 6 p.m., a FedEx package was stolen from the doorstep of a Wymount Terrace apartment. When the victim arrived home a neighbor asked if he had received the package. Later the empty box was found near the apartment. The package was missing a Zelda II video game valued at $60. A female magazine saleswoman was seen in the area at the time of the theft but police were unable to locate her for questioning. Police have no other suspects.

    A table used for chemical experimentation was taken from the loading dock of the Thomas L. Martin Building sometime between 1 a.m. on Oct. 15 and 3:30 p.m. on Oct. 25. The table is valued at $2000. There are no suspects.

    VANDALISM

    Between Oct. 28 and Oct. 30, Cougar Stadium was vandalized. The perpetrators poured gas on playing field spelling “UVSC” and then lit the words on fire. The damage is estimated at $200.

    On Oct. 26, the elevator buttons of Deseret Towers W-Hall were glued. The vandals used SuperGlue to render every button useless. Damage to the elevator totaled $630. No one has been cited for the incident.

    MISCHIEVOUS BEHAVIOR

    At midnight on Oct. 29, University Police were called to assist Provo Police in dispersing a crowd in front of Gold’s Gym on 1720 North 500 E. A University Policeman arrived to find a Utah Highway Patrolman chasing a man with handcuffs through the crowd. When officers were able to detain the man, he said the handcuffs were fake and part of a joke. The man was cited for disorderly conduct.

    Officers responded to a call of an explosion at Deseret Towers Q-Hall on Oct. 27 at 12:45 a.m. Near the building, officers found burnt pieces of paper and the smell of burnt explosive powder. Police believe the homemade explosive device may have been thrown from a window in the building. There are no suspects and no damage was reported.

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