Police Beat: May 4–11

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SKATEBOARDING

May 4 — An individual was found skateboarding in an area marked “no skateboarding” near the Maeser Building. The individual was given a warning and released.

FRAUD
May 4 — An individual in Helaman Halls reported receiving a text requesting updated information on a “financial account.”
THEFT
May 5 — An individual reported an unsecured bicycle taken from a bike rack at the Life Science Building. The bicycle is entered on the national database.

PROVO

BANK ROBBERY
May 4 — A man robbed a bank to bail his girlfriend out of jail.
GUILTY
May 9 — Megan Grunwald was found guilty on all charges.
POTATO
May 10 — A tractor-trailer carrying 44,000 pounds potatoes tipped in Spanish Fork Canyon.
OREM
THEFT
May 6 — A woman robbed a liquor store. Police are still searching for her. She left driving a white Jeep.
NEGLECT
May 6 — Police removed two children from a home, and their mother was arrested for child neglect after police were called to a neighbor’s house who had been taking care of one of the children for several hours. The mother said she had no idea where her child was.
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