Campus Crime Watch
Officers were informed by housing staff that they received a report that a Mayo Village resident had possession of contraband. Officers went to the apartment to further investigate. Officers discovered that the student was in possession of stolen university property, drug paraphernalia, a hand gun, firearm ammunitions, pills testing positive for MDMA, various other unidentified pills, and a dog in the apartment. TPD took the suspect into custody. The student was banned from university property.
The University of Tulsa Campus Security Office was informed by Tulsa Police Department (TPD) Sex Crimes Detectives that an investigation revealed a Peeping Tom – with an electronic device offense, had taken place on 12 JAN 2015 at the Delta Delta Delta sorority house. The suspect was identified in a previous incident and was apprehended and booked into the Tulsa County Jail (David L. Moss Criminal Justice Center).
Officers were dispatched to investigate a student witnessed looking into windows on Sorority Row. The student was apprehended and released pending further investigation by the Tulsa Police Department.
Officers investigated a student’s vehicle that had been damaged while they were out of the country. It is unknown how the damage occurred but it does not appear to have been from another vehicle. The student was advised to file a report with the Tulsa Police Department
Officers were dispatched to Fisher South for suspicious smell. Officers found 4 suspects in the room, officers searched the room and found multiple contraband items. Contraband items were placed in property locker and a safe was placed in the gun cage for safekeeping.
Officers investigated a shattered window at Lorton Village Apartment. On arrival the window appeared to have several cracks but not shattered.
A black IPad mini was turned at the Security Office and it was secured in the property locker for safe keeping.
Officers were dispatched to Fisher West for a student who reported they were experiencing heart attack like symptoms. EMSA arrived on scene and evaluated the student and determined the student was experiencing an anxiety attack and that it was not necessary to transport him to a medical facility for further treatment.