Police beat: June 19–26

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BYU

Theft

June 19 – An individual reported an unsecured bicycle taken from the racks. However, the bike was returned the next day.

Harassment

June 20 – An individual reported being harassed on social media.

Theft

June 20 – An individual reported unauthorized use of a computer.

June 23 – A bicycle was reported stolen near Wymount Terrace Court.

Provo

Fraud

June 20 – An individual fraudulently used credit cards at the Walmart Neighborhood Market on University Parkway on May 23.

Assault

June 21 – A man was arrested for waving a hammer at customers and employees in a 7-Eleven store. He was booked into the Utah County Jail on suspicion of one third-degree felony of aggravated assault, one third-degree felony of commercial obstruction and one Class C misdemeanor of walking on a highway.

Theft

June 23 – Several reports of property theft from motor vehicles were reported. One theft took place south of the BYU campus at 800 East and 820 North, and the other two thefts took place at 600 East and 700 North.

Orem

Stabbing

June 22 – Luke Dollahite was sentenced to 10 years to life for a first-degree felony of attempted aggravated murder for stabbing five of his classmates and himself at Mountain View High School last November.

Sexual Abuse

June 22 – A karate instructor was arrested on suspicion of sexual abuse of a 14-year-old girl. He was booked into the Utah County Jail on suspicion of six counts of aggravated forcible sex abuse and two counts of object rape, a second-degree felony.

Robbery

June 23 – A woman turned herself into the Orem Police for robbing two banks. She was booked into Utah County Jail on suspicion of one first-degree felony of aggravated robbery.

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