Campus Watch Archives
May 9, 2006
Claudia Taylor Johnson, 210 West 6th Street
Occurred on 5-09-06, at 3:05 AM.
Criminal Trespass Warning: A non-UT subject was discovered sleeping in the bushes located on the southeast side of the building. During the investigation, officers issued the subject a written criminal trespass warning and escorted him from the area.
Jester Academic Center, 201 East 21st Street
Reported on 05-08-06, at 7:56 AM.
Burglary of a Building: Officers responding to several alarms discovered a security door open inside a first floor office. During the investigation, it was discovered that several mail packages had been ripped open and the contents removed. After a complete inventory of all received and delivered mail, nine additional packages were discovered missing.
Robert L. Moore Hall, 2515 Speedway
Reported on: 5-08-06, at 5-08-06.
Suspicious Activity: A UT staff member reported an unknown subject had used his email account along with his wife's email account to sign him up for an on-line dating service. All of the on-line responses were forwarded to his wife's email.
Simkins Dormitory, 2501 San Jacinto Blvd.
Occurred on 3-27-06. Reported on 5-08-06.
Credit Card Abuse: A bank debit card was removed from a secured second floor dormitory room. An unauthorized $50.00 charge was made to an unknown internet company. Loss value: $50.00.
Union Building, #4 West Mall
Occurred on 5-08-06, between 4:00 PM and 5:30 PM.
Theft: A dirty grey backpack, containing $1,000.00 in cash, rolled up in a blue sock, and a CD player were stolen when the former owner placed the backpack beside the chair he was sleeping in. Loss value: $1,030.00.
2600 Block Guadalupe
Occurred on 5-09-06, at 2:20 AM.
Public Intoxication: A non-UT subject was observed staggering while attempting to keep his balance while walking a bicycle. Officers stopped the subject after he began urinating next to a dumpster while in view. During the investigation, officers observed the following signs of intoxication: thick slurred speech, blood shot eyes. The subject was disoriented and forgot he had a bicycle with him. He kept telling the officer, "Just take me to jail." The officer complied with his request after determining he was a danger to himself.
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, 5 unsecured door reports, 2 lighting surveys, 2 medical emergency calls, and 1 suspicious activity report between 05-08-06, and 05-09-06.