Police Beat: Jan. 29-Feb. 5

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BYU

Theft

Jan. 30 – BYU police arrested a student after he allegedly used another student’s misplaced BYU ID card to purchase $3-$4 worth of vending machine items.

Jan. 30 – A student reported a backpack worth $662 taken from the racquetball area of the Richards Building.

Fraud

Jan. 31 – A student who sold his laptop over the internet reported the $1,000 payment he received in exchange for his laptop was fraudulent. 

Orem/Provo Area

Theft

Jan. 29 – A man was cited after being caught shoplifting at Al’s Sporting Goods.

Jan. 29 – A woman was charged with felony retail theft after shoplifting at the Orem Walmart.

Jan. 29 – A man was cited after being caught shoplifting at Walmart.

Jan. 29 – Police arrested a man with a stolen vehicle and credit cards after they pursued the man for refusing to pull over for speeding.  

Drugs

Jan. 29 – Orem police arrested a man after pulling him over and finding his stash of marijuana.

Jan. 29 – Police arrested a man after he stopped them to ask for a ride while carrying heroin.

Drunk Driving

Jan. 29 – A woman was arrested for DUI after driving over a sidewalk and two concrete medians.

Jan. 29 – A man is being referred for DUI charges after being involved in an accident at 500 West University Parkway.

Jan. 29 – A woman was arrested for DUI after police caught her swerving in and out of a lane on the freeway.

Domestic Dispute

Jan. 29 – A woman was arrested after police broke up a fight between her and her fiancé over a damaged TV and Xbox.

Stabbing

Jan. 29 – Police called for medical assistance after responding to a report of a suspicious man in the area of 200 West 2000 South in Orem and witnessing the man stab himself in the neck.

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