Campus Watch Archives
February 1, 2006
Jester Center East, 203 East 21st Street
Occurred on 01-31-06 at 11:30 PM.
Public Intoxication: A UT student, who was under the age o f 21, was found slouched over in a chair that was located in the lobby of the dormitory. The student was not aware of his location and stated he believed he was in Pflugerville, Texas. At one point the student stated he was in another realm. The student was found to be under the influence of an alcoholic beverage to the point he was a physical endangerment to himself. While walking to a patrol car, the student stated he believed he needed to exhibit an extreme involuntary physical reaction to the over-consumption of an alcoholic beverage. Upon walking the student to an area where he could perform such reaction, it was learned that he needed to perform another bodily function so he asked one of the officers to unzip his britches (pants). The police will provide a variety of servicesthis is not one of them.
Peter T. Flawn Academic Center, #2 West Mall
Occurred on 02-01-06 at 3:41 AM.
Criminal Trespass: A non-UT subject was found sleeping on a lobby couch after the building had been closed to the public. The subject was issued a written criminal trespass warning.
Will C. Hogg Building, #2 East Mall
Occurred between 01-30-06 at 5:00 PM and 01-31-06 at 8:00 AM.
Theft: An I-Mac G5 computer was stolen form the desk of a 4th floor office. The owner stated approximately 42 people have a key to her office door. Loss value: $1,850.00.
Crime Prevention Tip:
Have you considered how many people have access to a key that unlocks your office door? You may be surprised by the amount of keys that may be out there. With that in mind, take care to secure your property. Try not to store personal property in your office and property that is left in your office should further be secured by placing it in a secured desk drawer or secured cabinet.
300 West 24th Street
Occurred on 02-01-06 at 12:20 AM.
Driving While Intoxicated: A non-UT subject was stopped for speeding (65 MPH in a 30 MPH zone) and striking a curb while driving a 1990 Honda 2-door. The subject asked the stopping officer if he was a city cop. Upon hearing the officers answer, the subject stated youre not the real cops and attempted to drive away. The subject realized the authenticity of the officers position when he was found to be under the influence of an alcoholic beverage to the point he had been 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 10 alarm calls and 1 suspicious activity report between 01-31-06 and 02-01-06.