Burglary / Indecent Assault Arrest

  • Offense:
  • Location Reported:
    Jester Residence Hall


On April 29, UTPD filed charges against a former UT student for burglary of a habitation and indecent assault after investigating an anonymous report of possible burglaries involving sexual deviant behavior at Jester Residence Hall.

Through its investigation, UPTD verified the suspect made entry into unlocked rooms and performed indecent acts while the rooms were unoccupied.

UTPD has eight known victims at this time.

It is possible more crimes may have taken place. If you are a Jester resident and believe you are missing items, or that your belongings may have been tampered with email a detective or call 512-471-4441, extension 9 and ask to speak with a detective.

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If You Have Any Information:

  • On campus: UTPD is actively investigating this incident. If you have any information about this crime email a detective or call 512-471-4441 and select extension 9.

Campus Resources:

Download the LiveSafe at UT Austin app to instantly text or send photos and videos to UTPD dispatch. Utilize the Virtual Walk feature to invite contacts to follow your travels as you walk or ride in a vehicle.

Student Emergency Services supports students who have been or know someone who has been a victim of a crime on or off campus. For those services, please visit the student emergency services page.

The Victims Advocate Network supports UT employees, staff, students, and visitors who have been the victim of a crime. For more information, visit the Victims Advocate Network page.

The Title IX Office supports students, staff, and faculty who have experienced or been impacted by sexual assault, interpersonal violence (including dating and domestic violence, stalking, sexual harassment, sex discrimination, sexual exploitation and retaliation). For support and resources, please email the office. For more information about services provided by the Title IX Office, please visit Title IX Office page.

Clery Notice

This notification is provided in accordance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act (20 USC, 1092(f)). The Clery Act is a federal statute requiring colleges and universities participating in federal financial aid programs to maintain and disclose campus crime statistics and security information.

April 29, 2021