Campus Crime Watch

April. 3
Officers were dispatched to possible noise complaint. Upon arrival they discovered numerous students were in possession of contraband, marijuana related items. Some of the items were destroyed by Campus Security and the remaining items were confiscated, logged, and kept for safekeeping in property lockers.

11:30 a.m.
Bike Shop staff impounded a mountain bicycle that was locked to a gate on the east side of Rayzor Hall.

2:20 p.m.
Officers were dispatched to investigate a possible larceny from Keplinger Hall. Upon arrival they made contact with a student who stated their hand held bag was stolen at Keplinger Hall. A statement form was given to the student to fill out. The student asked the advising office inside of Keplinger Hall but no one had turned in any property.

4:28 p.m.
Officers were dispatched to McFarlin Library to investigate suspicious activity. An unidentified person was seen on camera trying to gain access into the McFarlin Library Special Collections area.

Officers made contact with the individual at their apartment, and the individual admitted to being inside the McFarlin Library while it was closed for business and to taking things from it.

The individual gave the items to security and completed a written statement describing their actions inside the library. They also admitted to being under the influence of alcohol.

8:33 p.m.
Officers were dispatched to receive found property that was discovered outside the construction zone near McFarlin Library. The property included possible drug paraphernalia so it was turned over to the Tulsa Police.

10:30 p.m.
Officers were dispatched to a noise complaint in Mayo Village Apartments. Upon arrival officers could hear the music outside of the apartment. They spoke with the resident and told them that complaints had been made about the volume of the music. Officers advised then to lower the volume of music and they stated they would watch the volume of the music. A contact card was completed.

April 4
10:15 p.m.

While on routine patrol officers saw what appeared to be a person in the southeast side of the football stadium. Upon investigating, it turned out to be the mannequin that the athletic department was missing. The mannequin was placed in the Sergeant’s office for safe-keeping.

11:30 p.m.
Officers were dispatched to the University Bookstore regarding a person attempting to steal textbooks. Upon arrival, officers observed the person conceal a textbook in his bag and leave the store.

Officers stopped the person outside the store and found the stolen textbooks in his bag. The Tulsa Police Department was contacted and the person was placed under arrest for grand larceny and transported by TPD to the Tulsa County Jail.

April 5
4:10 p.m.

Officers were dispatched to Mayo Village for a complaint of someone knocking on an apartment window. The reporting party stated that three individuals had knocked. Officers searched the area and were unable to locate the individuals that were described.

April 6
2:30 p.m.

Campus Security reviewed video files from Found Property. The footage confirmed illegal recordings. A victim was been identified and agreed to file charges against the suspect. Tulsa Police were contacted to collect the video evidence, and take statements for their report. The suspect was arrested.

10:50 p.m.

Officers were dispatched to Norman Village regarding damaged personal property. Upon arrival, officers met with the victim who showed where the rear passenger side taillight was broken on their vehicle. There were broken pieces of taillight on the ground approximately 10 feet from the vehicle. Officers searched nearby cars for any damage, but were unable to locate any possible suspects.

11:30 p.m.
Officers were dispatched to a report of trespassing at the Collins Fitness Center. The reporting party stated that an individual vaguely matching the description of a trespass banned individual had entered the fitness center over an hour previous.

The reporting party stated that there was confusion over the individual’s name/identity which led to a large time gap, but was instructed to immediately notify campus security in the future.

April 7
1:30 a.m.

Officers were dispatched to Keplinger in reference to a student who was feeling unsafe. Upon their arrival officers saw a student being forced through the atrium of Keplinger by another student.

Officers made contact with the students separating them. Officers spoke with the students as well as a student who witnessed the altercation. The officers determined that the physical altercation was due to a disagreement over lab results. The students were sent home.

9:50 a.m.
Campus Security reviewed video files from A student reported their vehicle was stolen from the Mayo Village Apartments. The student reported driving the vehicle the evening prior to the theft as well as securing it after. The student was advised to contact their insurance, a report was filled with Tulsa Police Department.

10:45 a.m.

Officers were dispatched to a fire alarm at the Reynolds Center. Upon arrival, officers heard no auditory alarm and found the fire panel to read “All Systems Normal.” An officer walk-thru revealed no signs of smoke or fire so all officers were clear of the scene.

10:45 a.m.
Officers were dispatched to a fire alarm at sorority Delta Delta Delta house. Upon arrival officers made contact with the house chef who burnt toast that made the smoke detector go off. Officers walked through the building, found no fire, cancelled TFD and the fire panel was reset.

3:30 p.m.
Officers received a report that a physical altercation had occurred between two students on April 4th. The two students had been in a dating relationship and had left campus to get something to eat when they got into an argument and it turned physical. The students returned to campus where the argument continued until one of the students was able to enter a building the other was unable to enter.

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