Officers were dispatched to investigate unsolicited text messages at the Delta Gamma Sorority. Upon arrival, officers met with a student who stated that they and several other students have been receiving unwanted text messages from a delivery driver. TU security officers collected information from the students and completed a report.
Officers were dispatched to investigate stolen property at University Square West Apartments. Upon arrival, officer met with a student who said their Bell bicycle seat was stolen off of their mountain bike.
The seat was last on seen on the bike when it was locked to the rack in the apartment complex. The bike was still secured to the rack without the seat.
Officers performed a Party Shutdown at the Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity lawn. Due to the open containers of alcohol and loud music and the party not being registered a Party Shutdown was conducted.
Officers were dispatched to Norman Village in reference to a vehicle that was broken into. Upon scene, the victim’s vehicle had been trashed on the inside and wire’s from under the steering wheel column were hanging down and cut.
Tulsa Police Department was on scene and took a report. The victim had his vehicle towed to the Ford Dealership.
Officers were dispatched to the communication center for stolen property. The victim had left their phone at a restaurant and somebody took the phone. The victim then explained to officers that whoever had the phone text messaged their friend and stated that they had the victims phone and they would return it if the victim would give them 50 dollars. Officers advised for them to contact Tulsa Police Department to try and solve the situation.
Officers were dispatched to base in reference to stolen property. On scene, officers spoke with a student who stated their tub of ice cream was stolen. The student stated they remembers seeing it in the morning and it was gone when they came back to get it. Officers are checking cameras for suspects.
Officers were dispatched to Hillcrest Medical Center to transport a student back to campus. Upon arrival, officers meet with a Doctor who explained that the student brought in by an unknown ambulance and was under the influence of unknown mind altering substance(s). The student was transported back to campus and turned over to a housing representative to be watched.
Officers were dispatched to investigate harassment. Two people were verbally threatening violence to a student while walking to their car.
The student crossed the road from the two people and called 911. They continued to harass the student but the student was able to get into their vehicle and drive away.
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