Police Beat for March 18, 2003

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    By Melissa Walker

    Graffiti

    Foul language was written on the pedestrian overpass on north campus between 11 p.m.on March 16 and 8:45 p.m. on March 17.

    Graffiti was placed on a telephone booth at the bottom of the tunnel by Helaman Halls at about 7:30 a.m. on March 18. The message read, “WSU straight 17.”

    Alcohol Offense

    An intoxicated person was playing loud music from a vehicle outside Heritage Halls at 6 p.m. on March 15. The individual was given a Breathalyzer test and then arrested and taken to jail. The individual was a visiting student from another university.

    Theft

    A unicycle was stolen from under a bush by May Hall on March 12. The total value is $300. The victim is a student.

    A wallet and Motorola cell phone were stolen from the men”s locker room in the Richards Building on March 12. The locker was left unlocked. The wallet contained a social security card, an All-Sport pass and BYU student ID card. The victim is a student.

    A purse was stolen at the JKHB on March 13. The purse contained $10, a marriage license, house and car keys, and prescription medicine. The victim is a student.

    A wallet was stolen from the male locker room in the Marriott Center on March 13. The wallet contained $90 cash. The victim tried to hide the wallet in a shoe. The victim is a visitor.

    A woman”s purse was left unattended on a chair in the Cougareat between 3p.m. and 7 p.m. on March 14. The purse contained a driver”s license, check book, debit card, insurance card, temple recommend, car and house keys, CPR card and Blockbuster membership card.

    A backpack was left on a chair in the HFAC John Concert Hall on March 14. The backpack contained a laptop, palm pilot, mp3 player, and glocometer and insulin pen. The victim is a student.

    Shoplifting

    An individual was arrested for shoplifting from the bookstore on March 14. The individual took three books, 5 videos, 1 DVD and a necklace. The total value was $180. The individual is a student.

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