Police Beat: Oct. 14 – 20



Criminal Mischief

Oct. 17 — An officer responded to a report of vandalism in a men’s restroom in the Cannon Center. Maintenance was contacted for cleanup.


Oct. 17 — An individual in Heritage Halls reported an online attempt at financial fraud.


Oct. 14 — An individual was apprehended after they attempted to steal a truck on campus and backed into a gate.

Oct. 14 — A wallet was stolen from a vehicle parked in the parking lot north of the Joesph Knight Building during Sunday church services on campus.

Oct. 16 — A bicycle was stolen from the Joseph F. Smith Building bicycle racks.

Oct. 16 — A bicycle was reported stolen from the Wyview Park bike racks. The bicycle was secured with a cable lock. The bicycle was entered on the national theft registry.



Oct. 15 — A homeowner shot and killed Marcos Rosales, 49, after he found him in his garage. The homeowner shot Rosales several times in the abdomen after a brief scuffle.

Domestic Violence

Oct. 20 — A man was arrested after police responded to a report that he broke into the home of his former partner and threatened to shoot her. He refused to leave his apartment but was apprehended when a SWAT team found him hiding in the laundry room.

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