Oct. 14 — At 11:30 p.m., a Provo resident complained for the second week in a row about the noise students were making in the BYU ROC line. University Police said the man claimed his family had lived in the home for seven generations and that students have become noisier over time.
Oct. 9 — Three gift bags for a class reunion were stolen at the Blue Zone in Lavell Edwards Stadium. Each bag was worth $200 and contained a specialized BYU hat, a book of pictures from the 1965 football season, a 1965 WAC Champions Blanket, a CD, a USB drive of photos of the 1965 football season, a 1965 BYU football jersey and a couple of inscribed pens.
Oct 9-13 — Two unlocked bicycles were stolen from the bike racks at Helaman Halls. A $500 K2 bike was stolen outside John Hall and a $400 Pure Fix bike was stolen near May Hall.
Oct. 10 — A 14-year-old boy stole a $90 jacket from the Cougar Den during the Homecoming football game. While the University Police investigated, they found a $40 BYU T-shirt in the pocket of the jacket. According to the University Police, the boy has been referred to Juvenile Court.
Oct. 14 — A student’s signature card was taken while he was running on the Smith Fieldhouse track. He checked BYU’s My Financial Center and discovered that someone spent spent $14.75 at vending machines using his card.
Oct. 13 — During the football game on Oct. 2, the side of a Cadillac was keyed while parked in the lot west of the stadium. University Police estimated the damages to be around $4,000. A similar incident involving an Acura was reported in last week’s Police Beat.
Oct. 12 — A warrant for an Orem woman’s arrest was issued after she rammed her car into her husband’s car, according to Orem Police Department’s Facebook page. The woman’s reason: she was upset at her husband for seeing another woman.
Oct. 13 — A Chase bank was robbed at 10:30 a.m. The bank is located at 1115. S. 800 E., Orem.
Oct. 15 —MeKhai Brinkman, a 12-year-old boy with autism, went missing on Oct. 15. By 2:35 p.m. the same day, the boy was reunited with his family.