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Police Beat week of Aug. 31

August 25 Theft (Student Union Pond) – An officer met with a complainant who said a wooden Delta Gamma letter went missing Monday. The complainant said the letters were last seen Saturday leaning on a tree near the pond. The officer searched the area but did not find any evidence. Currently, there are no suspects.

August 27 Theft (Lot 18) – An officer met with a complainant who said he was unable to locate his debit card. The complainant said he last had it that morning. After speaking with his bank, the complainant said there were several recent charges around the area. The officer asked for a detailed list of the charges. The officer is continuing the investigation

August 27 Possession of Marijuana and Paraphernalia (Osprey Fountains) – An officer met with a complainant, who said she smelled marijuana coming from a nearby room. The officer noticed the smell and knocked on the suspected room. The officer noticed a bag of marijuana in the room and asked the suspect for permission to enter. The officer discovered a scale, a water bong, a glass pipe and containers with marijuana residue. The suspect confessed to possession of marijuana. The student was given a notice to appear in court and referred to Student Conduct.

August 28 Damaged Property (Garage 44) – An officer met with a complainant who said his parking permit had been damaged. The complainant left the car and returned the following day to a parking ticket saying there was no permit. At that time, the complainant noticed his permit had been scraped off. There are no current suspects.

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August 28 Possession of Marijuana (Lot 10) – An officer conducted a car to pull over. The officer noticed the smell of burning marijuana when he approached the car with two suspects inside. The driver gave the officer permission to search the vehicle. The officer found marijuana and a glass pipe in the center console. The driver admitted to having more in his trunk, and gave the officer permission to search. The officer then found another bag containing a small amount of marijuana. The students were read their rights. The officer requested to search the students’ dorm room and they gave verbal permission. The officer found pills without a prescription and a glass pipe with marijuana residue. The suspect denied ownership of the medication but confessed and accepted full responsibility for the items found in his car and room. The subject was arrested, transported and booked in the Pretrial Detention Facility. Both students were referred to Student Conduct. 

August 29 Intoxicated Person (Osprey Fountains) – An officer met with a complainant who said her friend had too much alcohol that night. Witnesses said the student had been carried to her room and was unresponsive. The officer observed the student vomiting in her bed. The Resident Coordinator called rescue, which transported the student to the hospital.

August 28 Theft (Building 41) – An officer met with a complainant who said her parking permit had been removed. The complainant said she parks in Lot 14 and upon returning to her car, she noticed her permit was missing. The officer observed adhesive on the window where the permit would have been. There are no current suspects. 

August 29 Theft (Student Union) – An officer met with a complainant who said the health promotion department’s beer goggles were missing. A witness said the goggles went missing while at market days. The estimated price of the goggles is $250. A search was not conducted, and there are no current suspects. 

August 29 Theft (Osprey Village) – An officer met with complainants who said they left the room at 10:30 p.m. to play basketball and upon returning an hour later, there were several items missing. The complainants first noticed a TV missing from the living room, and later noticed their laptops and textbooks also missing. The complainants said they did not know who could have had access to the room, and there were no visiting guests. They also said no one was in = the residence when they left. There were no signs of forced entry.  Both victims were given a case number. The case is not cleared.

August 30 Intoxicated Person and Possession (Osprey Village) – An officer responded to a complaint that an intoxicated male was knocking on several dorm room doors.  The officer approached the suspect. The suspect said he had no identification. The suspect said he was at a club with some girls and was looking for them. The suspect then gave the officer a false name and birthday. The officer patted down the suspect and found a wallet with ID and a bag containing marijuana. The suspect confessed to being on probation and gave the officer his probation officer’s name. The suspect was placed under arrest and brought to the Pretrial Detention Facility.


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