. The University of Texas home page
UTPD logo

Campus Watch Archives

July 31, 2002

Battle Hall, #1 West Mall

Occurred on 7-29-02 at 2:51 p.m.

Criminal Trespass: A non-UT subject was found loitering in a first floor men's restroom for long periods of time and not engaged in the use of the facilities. Subject was issued a written criminal trespass warning.

Jesse H. Jones Communication Center, Building A, 2504A Whitis Avenue

Occurred between 3-6-02 at 9:00 a.m. and 3-13-02 at 8:00 a.m.

Theft: A box of media equipment was delivered to an office on the sixth floor and was then stolen after it was placed in an unsecured sixth floor mailroom. Box contained a Canon XL1 3CCD DVC camcorder, a VL10L1 video light battery, a MA-100 microphone adapter/shoulder pad, a CB-900 car battery adapter and an HC-3000 system case for the Canon XL-1 camcorder. Loss value: $4,480.00.

Union Building, #4 West Mall

Occurred on 7-29-02 at 9:15 p.m.

Soliciting: An unknown subject was reported to be soliciting people for money on the south side of the building. Subject would stop a person, hand them a card that stated he was deaf and was down on his luck. Subject was described as a black male, 5'10", 170 lbs, late thirties and was last seen wearing a pink shirt. Subject matches the description of a known offender who has been handled by UT Police since 1989. Subject normally has a card or letter that states he is deaf and/or is collecting for a southwest athletic deaf association or some form of deaf charity.

University Teaching Center, 105 West 21st Street

Occurred on 7-30-02 at 8:30 p.m.

Assist an Outside Agency: A non-UT subject was found loitering next to some vending machines on the second level. Subject was found to have an outstanding outside agency theft warrant.

2609 University Avenue

Occurred on 7-29-02 between 6:20 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.

Theft: Five books were stolen from a locked second floor office. Three of the book titles are Texas Folk Tales, Texas In Pictures and R.V. Camping Across the United States. The other two books were of a political nature. Loss value: $80.00.