Campus Watch Archives
June 27, 2005
Disch-Falk Field, 1300 East Martin Luther King Blvd.
Occurred on 6-26-05 at 6:00 p.m.
Consumption of Alcohol by a Minor: Six UT students were found climbing over the south fence to the baseball stadium in an effort to hang a congratulatory banner for the National Champion UT Baseball Team. Many of the students were found to have consumed alcoholic beverages. One of the students who had consumed alcoholic beverages was found to be under the age of 21.
Beauford H. Jester Center West, 201 East 21st Street
Occurred on 6-25-05 at 12:10 a.m.
Criminal Trespass: A non-UT subject was found near a bicycle rack on the west side of the dormitory. The subject appeared to be "tampering" with a bicycle lock. The subject had been issued a written criminal trespass warning on a previous date when he was stopped during the commission of a bicycle theft. The subject was found to be in possession of tools commonly used to commit bicycle theft.
Parking Lot 37, 2200 Red River
Occurred on 6-24-05 between 6:00 p.m. and 11:10 p.m.
Burglary of Motor Vehicle: The doors and trunk to a brown Honda 2-door were opened after the vehicle was left secured in the northeast corner of the Parking Lot. Both the door windows and sunroof had been left partially opened. Several items in the glove compartment, the trunk and boxes in the back seat had been "moved around." At this time, it is unknown if any items had been stolen from the vehicle.
Crime Prevention Tip
In this case, the owner kept numerous items inside her vehicle. The owner did not know all of the documents which may have been left inside the car and does not know if the intruder obtained any personal information which could be used to steal her identity. Help protect yourself from the immediate consequences of an auto burglary by making sure you do not leave any items inside your vehicle and that you keep all of your windows rolled-up and your doors locked when you park your car. Never leave personal documents inside your car. This includes credit card statements, personal identification cards, paycheck stubs, mail, and insurance forms.
Union Building, #4 West Mall
Occurred on 6-26-05 at 2:30 a.m.
Criminal Trespass (2 counts) / Public Intoxication: Two non-UT subjects pushed a cleaning cart out of the way of a 1st floor men's restroom and entered the restroom. The cleaning cart had a posted sign on it which indicated the restroom was closed for cleaning. Two female custodial services employees advised the subjects the restroom was closed. The subjects stated they "couldn't hold it," then unzipped their pants and began to urinate. Both subjects were found to have consumed alcoholic beverages. Both subjects were issued a written criminal trespass warning and turned over to a sober friend who agreed to take the subjects home. The officer later observed one of the subjects in the driver's seat of a running vehicle. That subject was found to be under the influence of an alcoholic beverage to the point he was a physical endangerment to himself and others.
Walter Webb Hall, 2500 Guadalupe
Occurred on 6-26-05 at 1:14 a.m.
Public Intoxication / Assist Outside Agency: A non-UT subject was found staggering into traffic before stumbling to the east side of the building and falling down. The subject was found to be under the influence of an alcoholic beverage to the point he was a physical endangerment to himself and others. The subject was found to have two outstanding outside agency arrest warrants for theft, an outstanding outside agency arrest warrant for public intoxication and an outstanding outside agency arrest warrant for a consuming alcohol violation.
Whitaker Fields, 51st Street and Guadalupe
Occurred between 6-23-05 at 10:00 p.m. and 6-24-05 at 7:00 a.m.
Criminal Mischief: A fence post and the sun screen affixed to a chain link fence were damaged in an attempt to pull the fence panel down. Repair cost: $50.00.
Occurred at various times.
Noncriminal Calls: In addition to the above criminal cases, UTPD responded to 20 alarm calls, 16 unsecured doors, 7 public assist requests, 4 suspicious activity reports, 1 collision, 3 lighting surveys, 1 welfare concern and 4 medical emergency calls between 6-24-05 and 6-27-05.