Police Beat: June 23 – July 6

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BYU


Theft

June 28 — A laptop was taken form the Harris Fine Arts Center. It has been entered into a national stolen item database.

June 28 — A backpack left unattended in the Cannon Center was taken.

June 28 — Someone reported their watch was taken from the Tennis Court Building. They later called back to tell the police their friends played a prank.

June 29 — Someone’s medication was stolen from Helaman Halls.

July 1 — A locked bike was taken from the Heritage Halls bike racks.

July 5 — A violin was taken from the Harris Fine Arts Center.

July 5 — Money was taken from a wallet at Helaman Halls.

July 6 – A student’s medication was reportedly stolen from an unlocked locker in the Harold B. Lee Library.

Criminal Mischief

June 24 — A person reported that damage had been done to a bike lock earlier in June. The lock was partly cut.

Fireworks

June 29 — A group of people were setting off fireworks in the Y parking lot across from Brick Oven, which is a “no fireworks” zone. BYU Police responded and issued warnings to the group.

July 2 — Fireworks were set off in the parking lot by the Broadcast Building. Police responded and informed the group that fireworks were not allowed on campus.

July 6 — Police received a report that individuals were lighting off fireworks at Wyview, a “no fireworks” zone. No one was found upon the officers’ arrival.

Sex Offense

June 30 — Someone reported being inappropriately touched during a dance in the Richards Building.

July 12 — Someone reported an individual who was exhibiting lewd behavior inside of a vehicle parked on Wymount Drive.

Drugs

July 1 — An individual reported smelling a burnt substance coming from a vehicle in the Tanner Building parking lot. Officers responded, located the vehicle and issued citations to the individuals inside.

Alcohol Offense

July 2 — Police received a report of an drunk person in the LaVell Edwards Stadium Stands during the Stadium of Fire. Officers could not locate a intoxicated or disorderly person.

Harassment

July 5 — A person reported receiving harassing calls from another person.

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