Campus Crime Watch

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Feb. 12
5:30 p.m.

Officers investigated a suspicious person at Keplinger Hall. Upon arrival officers spoke with a former student who matched the description of the suspicious person. They were disgruntled upon our contact with them and stated that they had done nothing wrong. The person left campus shortly after confirming that they was a former student.

Feb. 14
11:00 a.m.

Officers made contact with a student working for the campus newspaper, reported the potentially suspicious disappearance of many of the recent editions of the Collegian placed around campus in the past 36 hours. He has reason to believe they were removed due to the “controversial nature” of the cover story.

Feb. 15
11:05 a.m.

Officers were dispatched to Fisher West for a person breaking into automobiles. Upon arrival, officers searched the area and were unable to locate a suspect. The reporting party stated they confronted the suspect and asked the suspect what they were doing. The reporting party stated the suspect jumped into their car and left the scene. Officers had the reporting party fill out a statement form and advised him that a report would be filed.

12:04 a.m.
Officers were dispatched to a noise complaint in Mayo Village Apartments. The complaint was stomping. Responding officers found the residents of the apartment talking at a normal volume. A housing contact card was issued to the residents.

5:30 p.m.
Officers were dispatched to Delaware parking lot in reference to a aggressive dog that had attacked a pedestrian’s dog. Upon arrival we saw that there were two dogs and we were able to divert the dogs off campus. The reporting party asked not to be contacted but told dispatch that their dog only sustained a scratch. Tulsa Police Department was also contacted.

Feb. 19
12:25 a.m.

A sandwich delivery driver was involved in a single vehicle non-injury accident on Tucker Dr. The vehicle veered off the road, struck a light pole and tree causing damage to the vehicle. The driver stated he was looking at his phone when he left the roadway. The vehicle was driven from the scene.

10:15 p.m.
At 10:15 PM a student reported being followed by a creepy male around CFC while working out. She left the CFC at 9:50 PM and jogged to her vehicle in the US South lot. She noticed the suspect was jogging behind her and stopped when she drove away. Video footage is being reviewed.

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