Police Reports: Bearly criminal activity in October

On Oct. 13, an individual reported seeing a bear. Officer responded and were unable to locate the bear. It is presumed that the sight of students learning scared it back to Missoula.

On Oct. 13, it was reported that an individual had been stabbed. Upon further investigation a suspect was identified and arrested for the crime and transported to the Gallatin County Detention Center. The case is still active.

On Oct. 13, after a report of an injured bear on campus, officers and FWP responded, tranquilized the bear and took it off campus. All other bears were encouraged to return to U of M.

On Oct. 14, an individual reported loud music and preaching. An officer responded and was unable to locate the music. The officer did locate the complainant and advised them of the MSU Free Speech Policy. The complainant then had a “complaint fee” added to their tuition bill.

On Oct. 14, an individual reported their unlocked bike stolen. Shocker.

On Oct. 14, an individual reported eggs being thrown at a residence. An officer responded and took an eggsplosive report.

On Oct. 15, an individual reported eggs being thrown at a residence. An officer responded and took a report. Citizens are starting getting eggasperated.

On Oct. 17, an individual reported someone stealing a pay lot kiosk sign. An officer responded and was unable to locate the individuals, or a parking spot.

On Oct. 20, it was reported two individuals were arguing. An officer responded and sided with individual A.

On Oct. 21, it was reported that an individual had lit paper on fire. The individual claimed that their parents were coming and they had to destroy “GPA evidence.”