A witness reported a hit & run motor vehicle accident on 5th Pl. The witness had observed the suspect vehicle swerve to miss a vehicle that turned in front of the suspect vehicle. The suspect vehicle swerved into a parked vehicle causing minor damage and then left the scene without stopping. Officers could not locate the vehicle on campus but will continue to look for it. The investigation is pending. The suspect vehicle was described as a 2005 silver Ford Taurus with damage to the passenger side front end.
An contracted employee observed 2 men pull up to the empty lot on the east side of Harvard Ave at 8th St. and steal fence posts that were stacked up because of construction. The employee was able to take pictures the suspect vehicle and a suspect. Officers will remain on the lookout for the suspects.
Officers responded to a report of a fight at the 5th Pl. House. Upon arrival, Officers observed 2 students involved in a physical altercation outside of the house. Officers detained both students to determine the cause of the fight. The Officers were able to determine that one student was trying to restrain the other who was intoxicated, belligerent and aggressive towards everyone involved. The student was arrested by Tulsa Police for Public Intoxication.
On 11 February 2014, a student reported being sexually assaulted by another student at a Lorton Village apartment on 27 January 2014. A report has been filed with Tulsa Police and the investigation is pending.
Officers and Tulsa Fire responded to the McFarlin Lot after receiving a report of a student’s vehicle leaking compressed natural gas. Tulsa Fire entered the vehicle to locate the trunk release and noticed marijuana in the vehicle. Tulsa Police was contacted who confiscated the marijuana and issued the student a citation for possession.
Referencing Report 141-14, while the vehicle was being impounded, Officers discovered the permit in the vehicle was registered to another student. When the owner arrived to claim the vehicle, he was uncooperative in providing identification to the Officers and refused to surrender the permit. Officers were able to positively identify the owner as a student.
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