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May 8, 2006

Brazos Garage, 200 East Martin Luther King Blvd

Occurred between 05-04-06, at 2:00 PM and 5-05-06, at 8:00 PM.

Burglary of Motor Vehicle: The right passenger door of a black 2002 Jeep Wrangler was stolen while parked on the 4th level. Loss value: $300.00.

Jester East Dormitory, 203 East 21st Street

Occurred between 5-04-06, at 3:00 PM and 5-06-06, at 12:30 AM.

Theft: A black Apple iPod and a silver Cannon digital camera were stolen from inside a secured 4th floor dormitory room. Loss value: $635.00.

Music Recital Hall, 2405 Trinity

Occurred on 5-07-06, between 12:30 PM and 12:33 PM.

Theft: A wallet containing, two credit cards, bank debit card, social security card, and $160.00 in cash, was stolen from a fifth level practice room. Loss value: $180.00.

North Office Building, 101East 27th Street

Occurred between 5-03-06, at 1:30 PM and 5-04-06, at 9:30 AM.

Theft: A Dell Optiplex computer was stolen from a second floor office suite. Loss value: $1,000.00.

Crime Prevention Tip:

During the investigation the officer learned that no one remembered locking the office at 5:00 PM when it was time to go home. It's ironic that we remember to lock our homes and apartments when it is time to go to work and we claim ownership over our own personal property, but fail to extend that same ownership when we are entrusted with State owned property. One of the oldest forms of crime prevention, simply locking a door, has stood the test of time.

Parking Lot 115, 1600 East 20th Street

Occurred between 4-24-06 12:01 AM and 5-06-06 at 7:18 AM.

Burglary of Motor Vehicle: An AM/FM/CD stereo and a black nylon CD case were stolen from a gold colored Toyota after the passenger window was broken out. Loss value: $300.00.

Wooldridge Hall, 600 West 24th Street

Occurred on 5-07-06, between 9:00 AM and 6:00 PM.

Theft: A UT staff member reported the theft of his bicycle seat and front tire. The bicycle was secured to the bike rack located on the south side of the building. Loss value: $50.00.

300 Block West Dean Keeton Street

Occurred on 5-07-06, at 6:30 PM.

Public Intoxication: A non-UT reported that another non-UT subject was passed out in the doorway of a local area business. The reporting person stated that the subject had offended her when he urinated on the sidewalk , in her presence. The subject then laid down in the exact same spot, where the offense occurred, and passed out. When officers approached the subject they detected a very strong odor of an alcoholic beverage on his person. During the investigation officers observed that the subject was having balance issues after he attempted to stand and then fell head first into a street light pole. After seeing the light, the subject was transported to a local area hospital for alcohol poisoning.

1700 Block Manor Road

Occurred on 5-06-06, at 2:06 AM.

Public Intoxication: A non-UT subject was observed jumping into oncoming traffic at the intersection of Manor road and the north Frontage Road. When stopped, the subject told the officers that he was thankful that they had stopped him since he was from the country and was not use to the "big city" and was scared. During the investigation officers observed the following signs of intoxication: blood, watery eyes, a very strong odor of and alcoholic beverage, unsure balance and slurred speech.

Crime Prevention Tip:

With Moove out starting soon we still need to remain vigilant. Thieves have not left the campus area and they are looking for an opportunity to commit another theft. Here are a few reminders:

  • Do not use your vehicle as a storage unit.
  • Do not leave your windows down or your vehicle unsecured if you do store items.
  • Mark all of your property with you State issued driver's license number.

Campus Wide

Occurred at various times.

Non-Criminal Calls: In addition to the above criminal cases, The University of Texas Police Department responded to 21 alarm calls, 11 unsecured door reports,1 collision report, 2 medical emergency calls, and 3 suspicious activity reports between 05-05-06, and 05-08-06.