Police Beat: Sept. 10

Photo courtesy of provo.org.
Photo courtesy of provo.org.


Aug. 25 — An individual reported that a canvas print was taken from the area.

Aug. 27 — An officer responded to a report of a stolen motorcycle. The officer determined the theft occurred off campus and referred the report to the correct jurisdiction.

Sept. 3 — An individual reported use of a credit card by an unauthorized person.

Sept. 3 — An individual reported a backpack missing. The area was checked, and the backpack and contents were located.

Sept. 4 — An individual reported to an officer that items were taken from an unsecured backpack.

Sept. 4 — An individual reported an unsecured wallet taken from the area.

Disorderly conduct

Aug. 22 — Officers responded to a verbal disagreement between two parties.


Aug. 27 — An individual reported a stalking situation that is occurring off campus.

Criminal mischief

Aug. 27 — Chalk drawings were located on a retaining wall. BYU Grounds Crew responded for cleanup.

Sex offense

Aug. 21 — An individual reported being inappropriately touched during an event. The investigation is ongoing.


Orem Police

Disorderly Conduct

Sept. 8 — Officer responded to a report of an intoxicated man causing a disturbance near 1100 N. 100 W. When he arrived, the man had just driven his car from one driveway to another and was still in the car. He was arrested for DUI.

Sept. 8 — Officers responded to a report of a loud party near, 1700 N. 800 W. When they got there, the kids scattered like cockroaches. They were caught and cited.

Sept. 9 — An Orem man gave his daughter his credit card so that she could get some gas. She did, and a whole lot more.

Sept. 9 — A business was burglarized. The suspect broke out the front window to gain access to the building.

Sept. 9 — Another business in North Orem was burglarized. The suspect in this one also broke out the front window to gain access.

Aug. 27 — An Officer responded to a report of a woman that locked her keys in her car. After unlocking her car, he arrested her on a warrant.

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