Campus Watch Archives
January 3, 2006
Collections Deposit Library, 1810 Red River
Reported on 1-2-06 at 2:10 PM.
Criminal Mischief (2 counts): An unidentified subject used an unknown object to cut a tire to a Giant bicycle and a tire to a Specialized bicycle while the bicycles were secured to a bicycle rack located on the east side of the building. Prior to the discovery of the damaged tires, a staff member had dealt with a non-UT subject who was soliciting the sale of a pocket knife. That subject was described as a white male, approximately 56 to 58 tall, skinny, brown beard and carrying a guitar in a cloth guitar case. After the refusal of the sale, the subject left the lobby of the building. Repair cost: $40.00.
Peter T. Flawn Academic Center, #2 West Mall
Occurred between 12-22-05 at 5:00 PM and 1-2-06 at 8:00 AM.
Theft: A total of 8 vinyl signs were stolen from support pillars located on the east, south and west sides of the building. The signs were posted to establish the smoking boundaries around the building. Loss value: $110.00.
Robert A. Welch Hall, 105 East 24th Street
Occurred on 1-3-06 at 4:00 AM.
Criminal Trespass: While walking around the building, a UT police officer overheard what he believed to be two male subjects arguing on the exterior patio. When the officer arrived at the patio, he found one non-UT subject arguing with himself. The subject stated he was meditating. The winner of the argument could not be determined before the subject was issued a written criminal trespass warning.
1900 Red River
Occurred on 1-2-06 at 10:50 PM.
Driving With an Invalid Driver License: A UT student was stopped for driving on the left side of the roadway while driving a blue 1991 Chevrolet pick-up truck. The student was found to have previously had his driver license suspended for traffic violations.
1900 San Jacinto
Occurred on 1-3-06 at 12:15 AM.
Driving While Intoxicated: A non-UT subject was stopped for driving a white Honda van the wrong way on a one way roadway. The subject was found to have consumed alcoholic beverages to the point she was driving while intoxicated.
214 West Martin Luther King
Occurred on 1-3-06 at 2:27 AM.
Criminal Trespass: A non-UT subject was found spreading out newspapers by an entry door located on the north side of an abandoned building. The subject stated he was organizing the newspapers. The subject was found to have previously been issued a written criminal trespass warning. The subject was found to be in possession of a credit card belonging to another and an ATM card belonging to another. At this time, it is unknown how the subject came into possession of the credit card and ATM card, or if they had been used without authorization.
Occurred at various times.
Non-Criminal Calls: In addition to the above criminal cases, The University of Texas Police Department responded to 5 alarm calls, 2 requests for service, 1 medical emergency call, 1 gas leak, 1 medical emergency and 1 stuck elevator call between 01-02-06 and 01-03-06.