Campus Watch Archives
October 25, 2005
Brazos Garage, 210 East Martin Luther King
Occurred on 10-25-05 between 1:01 AM and 1:13 AM.
Theft: A Targus backpack containing a Texas Instruments calculator, a pair of Wrangler eyeglasses inside a brown pouch, a white candle and various notebooks and binders was stolen when it was left by the owners parked car located in the northwest corner of level 1. Loss value: $170.00.
Ernest Cockrell, Jr. Hall, 301 East Dean Keeton
Occurred between 10-21-05 at 8:30 PM and 10-22-05 at 7:00 AM.
Theft: 16 white table cloths were stolen when they were left in an unsecured tent located on the south side of the building. Loss value: $160.00.
Lee & Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center, 1900 Red River
Occurred on 10-24-05 between 1:15 PM and 1:25 PM.
Theft: A wallet containing various identification cards, including a social security card and a birth certificate, two credit cards, a roll of mailing stamps, and $10.00 cash was stolen while it was left on a bag on a womens locker room bench. Loss value: $20.00.
Living Learning Center, 2610 Whitis
Discovered on 10-25-05 at 4:40 AM.
Graffiti: A silver paint pen was used to write a word on a water drain pipe located on the southeast side of building A. Removal cost: $35.00.
Printing and Press Building, 2100 Comal
Occurred on 10-24-05 at 8:00 AM.
Criminal Trespass: A non-UT subject was found sitting on the south side of the building holding a hair dryer in one hand and a beer in the other hand. The hair dryer was plugged into an electrical outlet on the south side of the building. The subject was issued a written criminal trespass warning.
2000 Robert Dedman
Occurred on 10-25-05 at 2:25 AM.
Driving While Intoxicated: While on patrol, a UT police officer observed a red Ford 2-door on the side of the road. The vehicles engine was running and its lights were turned on. The officer observed a non-UT subject sitting in the drivers seat with his head back. The officer also observed a second non-UT subject leaning over the lap of the driver. As the officer pulled behind the vehicle, the driver put the vehicle into gear and turned the vehicles wheels in what appeared to be a distracted effort to pull away. The driver was found to be under the influence of an alcoholic beverage to the point he was driving while intoxicated.
Occurred at various times.
Non-Criminal Calls: In addition to the above criminal cases, The University of Texas Police Department responded to 11 alarm calls, 1 suspicious activity report, 1 welfare concern, 2 medical emergency calls, 1 abandoned vehicle and 1 request for service between 10-24-05 and 10-25-05.