March 29, 2017
Campus Watch: Below is a summary of campus activity reported to or
observed by The University of Texas At Austin Police Department Patrol
Officers between Tuesday 03/28/17 and Wednesday 03/29/17.
San Antonio Garage 2420 San Antonio Street
Criminal Trespass Warning: While UTPD officers were responding to the
garage for a panic alarm, communications operators received a call
regarding a suspicious person in the same area. Officers determined that
the two calls were related and quickly found the suspect. They issued
him a criminal trespass warning and ejected him from the campus.
Occurred on 03/28/17 at 08:40 am.
Sanchez Building 1912 Speedway
Theft: A UT staff member reported that several packages were stolen
from an office area. The packages were unattended at the time they
were stolen. The loss is estimated at $139.47. Reported on 03/28/17 at
Jester Residence Hall 201 E. 21st Street
Possession of Marijuana: UTPD officers were dispatched to the dorm in
regards to a smell of marijuana report. Officers were easily able to find
the source. Officers knocked on the door and when the UT student
opened it, marijuana smoke billowed from the room. Officers recovered
a small amount of marijuana. The case was administratively cleared.
Occurred on 03/28/17 at 5:36 pm.
Alley in the 2200 Block of Guadalupe Street
Public Intoxication: A UTPD officer found two men passed out in the
alley. The officer determined that only one of the two men was
intoxicated. Concerned for the suspect’s well-being, the officer
summoned EMS. He was ultimately transported to a nearby hospital.
Occurred on 03/28/17 at 06:15 pm.
Jackson Geological Sciences Building 2305 Speedway
Criminal Trespass Warning: A UTPD officer observed a man attempting
to gain entry to the locked building. The officer quickly detained and
identified the man and determined that he had no legitimate business on
UT property. He was issued a criminal trespass warning and ejected
from the campus. Occurred on 03/29/17 at 01:30 am.
The University of Texas Police Department responded to 38 Alarm
Reports, 3 Traffic Violations, 7 Foot Patrols, 7 Suspicious Activity
Reports, 2 Medical Emergencies, 4 Assist Other Law Enforcement Agency
Calls, and 29 Public Assists between Tuesday 03/28/17 and Wednesday
Today’s Campus Watch was prepared by: Officer M. Murphy
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