Police Report Roundup: Fall FAILS

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A midnight call on Oct. 4 reporting a fight inside a residence turned out to be unfounded when officers found the residents playing hide and go seek.

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On the morning of Oct. 6, an individual was given a trespass notice at Grant Chamberlain after an officer found the suspect sitting in someone else’s vehicle. The owner did not wish to press charges.

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A suspicious incident was reported at 5 p.m. on Oct. 6 when a caller told police that he or she saw a child wandering around outside of the ASMSU daycare and then get picked up in a vehicle. Officers located the people that had picked up the child and determined that they were “just returning the child to the parents.”

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On Oct. 8 at 10:24 a.m. a caller on Branegan Court reported that an unknown person was knocking on their window.

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Before 6 p.m. on Oct. 10, an individual told police that “they were verbally accosted” by the individual’s boyfriend’s ex-wife.

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An officer stopped five individuals at Kagy and Willow Way in the afternoon of Oct. 11. They were found to be in possession of marijuana and “unknown capsules” that appeared to be homemade and might have contained bath salts.

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On Oct. 15 at 9 p.m. it was reported that an individual “had possibly been trying to start their water bottle on fire.” A responding officer determined the individual was just playing with a lighter. It is unknown how large a conflagration could possibly have been started by setting a water bottle on fire.

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On Oct. 18 at 11 p.m. it was reported that three people were climbing on Renne Library. Officers warned them for violating campus policy and referred them to the dean of students office.

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When officers responded to a noise complaint at a loud party in the early morning of Oct. 19, they found the residents to be in possession of a stolen traffic cone. The cone was seized and they were warned for theft.

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On Oct. 21 at 12:30 p.m., an individual at Renne Library reported seeing one person “violently scream” at another person. An officer spoke to the victim, who did not wish to pursue charges.

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In a bizarre report from Oct. 21, a female came into the police station to complain that twice in the same SUB bathroom, she overheard “a transvestite” asking other women in the restroom about “a toilet that wasn’t working.” An officer informed the woman “where the law stands on the issue at hand.”

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At nearly 1 a.m. on Oct. 22, a caller reported that they did not want an intoxicated family member to stay with him or her. After talking with responding officers, the individuals decided the family member could stay “if they quieted down.”

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In the late morning of Oct. 23, someone reported that there was an individual in the SUB taking photos or video up females’ skirts.

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Shortly before 1 a.m. on Oct. 27, it was reported that someone had broken the side mirrors off of six vehicles on West Garfield.

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At about 7 a.m. on Oct. 29, an officer assisting an individual lent his cell phone to the individual, who flew into “a rage” and threw the phone on the ground.

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Before midnight on Nov. 11, a report was received that an individual was yelling obscenities at passing cars. Responding officers were unable to locate the suspect.

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In the afternoon of Nov. 5, a caller reported that someone had entered their locked vehicle in the Quad B lot and stolen the vehicle’s owner’s manual. Police cautioned car owners about the risks of having owner’s manuals stolen and sold on the expansive owner’s manual black market.