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March 27, 2015

Campus Watch: Below is a summary of campus activity reported to or observed by The University Police Department Patrol Officers between Thursday, 03/26/15 and Friday, 03/27/15.

JESTER ACADEMIC CENTER, 201 East 21st Street

Theft: A skateboard, an Old Navy button-up shirt, a grey hoodie, a skateboard tool and a pack of smokes were stolen after they were left in an unsecured 1st floor men’s locker room. Loss value: $120.00. Occurred on 03/26/15 between 6:00 PM and 9:45 PM.

MEZES HALL, 154 West 21st Street

Indecent Exposure: A UT student reported seeing an unidentified subject sitting on a 1st floor bench. When the student looked at the subject, he lifted a newspaper from his lap which exposed more than the headlines. The student quickly left the area. The subject was described as an older white male “with sun damaged skin” and was last seen wearing a blue sweatshirt and blue jeans. Occurred on 03/26/15 at 12:53 PM.


Indecent Exposure: A UT student reported an unidentified subject walked by her twice as she sat on a 3rd floor chair to study. The subject then sat down across from the student. The student reported she later observed the subject had part of his anatomy exposed. The student left the area. The subject was described as a white male with long wavy blond hair, white rimmed glasses and last seen wearing a brown sweater over a white button up shirt, khaki pants and carrying a brown leather bag. Occurred on 03/26/15 at 6:33 PM.

2200 Guadalupe

Possession of Dangerous Drug: A UT Bike Patrol Officer astutely observed a male subject acting suspiciously in the doorway of a store. When asked about what the subject had covertly placed in his pants pocket, the subject said the officer could conduct a search…the officer did so and found .42 ounces of a synthetic cannabinoid. Occurred on 03/26/15 at 8:46 AM.

2400 Leon

Public Intoxication / Possession of More Than One Valid Driver License: A UT Police Officer observed a UT student, who was under the age of 21, having a difficult time maintaining an upright position. The student nearly fell into a pole, some bushes and in front of the officer’s patrol car. The student initially refuted having consumed alcoholic beverages but later recanted by admitting to having consumed “2 drinks.” They must have been large drinks as the officer found the student to be intoxicated to the point he was a danger to himself. The student refused to call a sober friend to take care, custody and control of him and asked to be taken to jail…wish granted. The student was also found to be in possession of his brother’s driver’s license. Wouldn’t you know his brother was older than 21. Occurred on 03/27/15 at 2:35 AM.

The University of Texas Police Department responded to 22 Alarm Reports, 1 Suspicious Activity Report, 1 Welfare Concern Report, 1 Found Property Report and 1 Unsecured Door Report between 03/25/15 and 03/26/15.

Prepared by: Ofc. WR π/
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