- Date Occurred:
March 15, 2023 at approximately 1:40 pm
- Location Reported:
700 Clyde Littlefield
Around 1:42 p.m. on Wednesday, March 15, 2023, UTPD officers responded to the lobby of the University Club at 700 Clyde Littlefield after a UT-afilliated person was assaulted and robbed. The victim said she drove a vehicle that was loaned by the suspect's (Non UT-Affiliated) ex-boyfriend to work on campus. The suspect confronted the victim and as she turned to walk away, the suspect then punched her in the face and took her cell phone. The victim refused medical treatment. Both the suspect and victim knew each other.
There is no ongoing threat to the community.
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