Police Beat Oct. 22

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WEAPON OFFENSE

Oct. 10 — University Police responded to the report that an individual was seen with a rifle near the Smith Fieldhouse. Police located the individual and discovered the rifle was plastic and non-firing.

THEFT 

Oct. 10 — BYU police responded to a delayed report of a copper cable stolen from LaVell Edwards Stadium. The investigation is ongoing.

Oct. 10 — An individual was spotted taking food from the BYU Bookstore. An investigation is ongoing.

Oct. 10 — University Police discovered an individual taking items from LaVell Edwards Stadium. The individual was arrested on-site.

Oct. 11 — A secured bike was stolen from the bike rack at the Joseph F. Smith Building. Police are continuing their investigation.

Oct. 15 — An individual reported a laptop was stolen from the Brewster Building. The computer has been entered on the national computer.

SEX OFFENSE

Oct. 15 — An individual reported the possible downloading of pornography at the Information Technology Building. University Police are continuing their investigation.

HARASSMENT 

Oct. 10 — An individual reported receiving unwanted text messages at the Jesse Knight Building. An investigation is ongoing.

Oct. 10 — University Police responded to a report of offensive language written on a vehicle near the Cannon Center. Police are continuing their investigation.

ALCOHOL OFFENSE

Oct. 12 — Officers responded to the report of an intoxicated individual at the stadium. The individual was cited and escorted from the stadium.

BURGLARY

Oct. 14  — An individual reported that their headphones were stolen at Helaman Halls. An investigation is ongoing.

TRESPASSING

Oct. 12 — University Police responded to the report of a possible prowler near the Foregin Language Student Residence.  Upon arrival police found equipment that was making the suspicious noise.

DISORDERLY CONDUCT 

Oct. 16 — BYU officers responded to a verbal altercation between individuals at the North University Fields.

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF 

Oct. 16 — An individual reported possible intentional damage to a locking system near the B-66 Lab Building. An investigation is ongoing.

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