Campus Crime Watch

Feb. 6
11:25 p.m.

Officers were dispatched to Fisher South to investigate a suspicious odor. Officers found marijuana and paraphernalia in the room. Officers destroyed and disposed of the items.

1:02 a.m.
Officers are investigating malicious mischief/vandalism reported by the Kappa Sigma fraternity. During the listed date & times, unknown persons threw eggs at the front entrance of the Kappa Sigma house. Suspects are believed to be a neighboring fraternity.

Feb. 8
1:10 a.m.

Officers observed 3 individuals (later identified as TU students) looking into Thomas Plaza while standing on the gate. Officers made contact with the students who stated that they had seen a cat climb under the gate and that they were trying to get its attention. Officers asked the students to please not stand on the gate and the students agreed that it was not a good choice and left the area.

8:00 p.m.
Officers were dispatched to John Mabee Hall in reference to a fire alarm. Upon arrival it was discovered that the resident had excessively used cologne to set off the fire alarm. Tulsa Fire Department was informed of the situation and cancelled. All students were let back in to the building after the scene was deemed safe.

Feb. 9
3:40 a.m.
Officers responded to Fisher South Residence Hall to investigate a marijuana scent coming from one of the rooms. Security officers searched the suspected dorm room and found drug paraphernalia, marijuana and alcohol. The items were collected and destroyed.

7:50 a.m.
Officers on patrol observed a white male at the north dock of the Hardesty building. Upon investigation when making contact with the male, the Officer discovered that the male had a felony warrant for his arrest. Tulsa Police Department was called to the scene and the male was arrested and transported Tulsa County Jail.

8:30 a.m.
Officers came upon a threatening note that was placed on a University of Tulsa student’s vehicle parked in the Mabee East lot. Officers spoke with the student who owned the vehicle and he stated that the note could of came from another TU student. The investigation is ongoing at this time.

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