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November 25, 2015

Campus Watch: Below is a summary of campus activity reported to or observed by The University Police Department Patrol Officers between Tuesday, 11/24/15 and Wednesday, 11/25/15.


Burglary: The lock on a door to a storage trailer located in the building’s parking lot was broken off. A Hilti chipping hammer, a DeWalt wall saw, a DeWalt skill saw, a Hilti Dag 450D wheel grinder, and a Makita battery operated drill with battery charger were stolen from the trailer. Loss value; $1,350.00. Occurred between 11/23/15 at 5:00 PM and 11/24/15 at 7:00 AM.

JESTER ACADEMIC CENTER, 201 East 21st Street

Criminal Trespass: A non-UT subject was reported as loitering inside a 1st floor lounge. The responding officer immediately recognized the subject as that same officer had issued the subject a written criminal trespass warning in the same building just a few days prior. The natural progression after a written criminal trespass warning is an arrest for criminal trespass. Occurred on 11/25/15 at 2:05 AM.


Harassment: A UT student reported being contacted by a non-UT subject several times after she had told him to stop contacting her. At one point, the subject saw the student across a busy roadway and shouted to her, “How do I get ahold of you?” To which the student hollered back, “You don’t!” Reported on 11/24/15 at 5:43 PM.

2300 Guadalupe

Possession of Dangerous Drug: A UT Police Officer observed a subject lighting a hand-rolled cigarette. When the subject saw the officer, she quickly dropped the hand-rolled cigarette on the ground. Further investigation revealed the hand rolled cigarette contained the synthetic cannabinoid commonly called K2. Occurred 11/24/15 at 10:44 AM.

1500 Lavaca

Public Intoxication: A non-UT subject flagged a passing patrol officer and reported a UT student had entered his car and requested a ride in the area just west of the UT campus. The student agreed to pay $17 for the ride. After the ride started, the student presented a mere $7 for payment. The non-UT subject ended the ride upon seeing the officer. When the student exited the vehicle, she showed several signs of intoxication and was deemed to be a physical danger to herself. Occurred on 11/25/15 at 2:22 AM.

The University of Texas Police Department responded to 18 Alarm Reports, 9 Traffic Violations, 4 Motor Vehicle Collisions, 11 Suspicious Activity Reports, 2 Found Property Reports, 1 Unsecured Door Report, and 3 Public Assist Requests between 11/24/15 and 11/25/15.

Prepared by: Ofc. WR π/
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