Police Beat Oct. 2-10

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BYU


Theft

Oct. 2—An 80-year-old man was panhandling for a game ticket outside the BYU vs. University of Connecticut football game. According to University Police, the man receive a ticket, entered the stadium, and went into the Cougar Den. He grabbed an $80 sweatshirt, removed the tags, and attempted to leave. The man was approached by store security. He attempted to leave the stadium through the west gate. He was caught and cited by University Police for retail theft.

Oct. 7—A Cambodian painting depicting ancient temples was stolen from an office in the Accessibility Center in the Wilkinson Student Center. The value of the painting is $30.

Criminal Mischief

Oct. 2—A 2016 Acura MDX was parked in the parking lot west of the stadium during the BYU vs. University of Connecticut football game. The owner returned to the car and discovered it was keyed along the entire passenger side of the car. The damage was estimated over $4,000.

Public Peace

Oct. 9— A resident near Lavell Edwards Stadium complained about noise created by students in the ROC pass line just before 1 a.m. Officers responded and asked the students to lower the noise level. The students complied.

Suspicious activity

Oct. 8—A female panhandler reported at the McKay Building asking for money. University Police issued a warning for soliciting money and she was directed off campus.

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