Police Report Roundup: Autumn Audacity

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At 5 a.m. on Sept. 8, an individual was warned for disorderly conduct after an officer observed him or her rolling a car wheel across 6th Avenue.

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At 10 in the morning on Sept. 10, it was reported an individual was attempting to steal a bike from a bike rack. Responding officers located the individual, who attempted to flee from them. Police captured the suspect and found the individual to be in possession of methamphetamine, viagra and other prescription drugs.

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Responding to a suspicion of drugs call at South Hedges in the early morning of Sept. 14, police officers located three individuals. One of them was in possession of a fictitious license and was cited for the unlawful use of a license or ID. After looking under a mattress, officers found that another person was in possession of street signs for Buell Dr., Drifter Dr., Fireside Dr. and Wiley Creek Blvd. That individual was cited for theft of lost or mislaid property. All individuals were referred to the dean of students after an officer found marijuana hidden in a cup inside a fridge.

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Shortly after 9 p.m. on Sept. 14, a caller near Romney Gym reported hearing someone screaming. Officers responding to the call determined that “a tired child was the source of the screaming.”

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At nearly 10 p.m. on Sept. 16, a caller observed someone using a hacksaw to cut a bike lock. Officers made contact with the suspect and learned the individual’s bike had accidentally been locked by someone else’s lock. Officers assisted the hacksaw-wielder.

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Shortly after midnight on Sept. 20, it was reported five people were jumping on the hood of a vehicle in the South Hedges lot. Upon arrival, responding officers found the car-hood trampolinists to be gone.

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A caller reported seeing a “suspicious exchange of some sort” between two individuals in the afternoon of Sept. 20. Police were unable to locate the two individuals and have no idea what “suspicious exchange” is.

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Between 12 a.m. and 2 a.m. on Sept. 21, 10 individuals under the age of 21, at five seperate locations, were found to be in possession of alcohol. One of those individuals received an MIP after the individual and another person fell off their bikes right in front of an officer. Four of those MIP’s occurred when police responded to a reported disturbance and found that — aside from people consuming alcohol underage — one individual had put a water hose in a window and ruined someone’s property. That person was cited for criminal mischief and disorderly conduct.

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On Sept. 26, Facilities Services reported someone had cut down a tree recently planted on campus. There had been a bike locked to the tree and the caller speculated that the tree had been cut down to gain access to the bike. A mattress was found next to the tree.

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Before 7 p.m. on Sept. 30, a caller reported that an individual was “walking down the street yelling and knocking things over.” Officers were unable to locate the individual, who apparently decided to take his or her psychotic rage elsewhere.

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In the late morning of Oct. 2, it was reported that there was a vehicle improperly parked in the Roskie lot and there was also blood on the “handle and floor board areas” of the vehicle.

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At 11 a.m. on Oct. 2, an individual called to report that someone entered his or her unlocked vehicle in the Roskie lot and “broke eggs all over.” At 1:30 p.m. on that same day, it was reported that someone had entered another unlocked vehicle (also in the Roskie lot), put it in neutral, and rolled it into the driving lane.

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At 10:30 on the morning of Oct. 5, an individual on 5th and College was reported to police for throwing wrenches in the road. Responding officers found the suspect to be gone upon their arrival.

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At 11 a.m. on Oct. 5, police received a call about a disorderly individual in the Joe’s Parkway lot. According to the caller, the individual was in a bathrobe yelling at people. Officers were unable to locate the scantily-clad person.