Campus Crime Watch

Feb. 20
1:05 a.m.

Officers were dispatched to Lottie Jane Mabee Hall to investigate unusual noises coming from a vending machine. A work order was placed with the vending machine company to fix it.

Feb. 21
8:20 p.m.

Officers were dispatched to investigate a hit and run accident. A student observed a vehicle back into another vehicle in a parking lot and then leave the scene of the accident. Officers were able to make contact with the non TU affiliated driver and facilitated the exchange of insurance information.

10:45 p.m.
Officers were dispatched to Mayo Village in response to a noise complaint. The reporting party stated that a group of people were causing a commotion in the breezeway below their apartment. Officers were unable to make contact with source of the complaint, but determined that an unknown group of students had “shotgunned” beer, and left the cans.

Feb. 22
12:29 a.m.

Officers were dispatched to investigate a highly intoxicated individual. Upon arrival they found a highly intoxicated student in 5th Place House who was acting incoherently and confrontational to the residents. The intoxicated student became combative with Security Officers, had to be restrained, and then subsequently transported, and booked into the David L. Moss Criminal Justice Center for Public Intoxication.

1:43 a.m.
Officers were dispatched to the 7th Street House to take information about a broken fire extinguisher case. The glass door of the case was missing with only fragments of glass found around the fire extinguisher. A suspect has been identified.

2:00 a.m.
Officers worked with members of the Kappa Alpha Fraternity to shut down their party. Fraternity members were compliant with security officers and made all guests leave the house. Officers conducted a walk through of the house to ensure all guest had left.

2:15 a.m.
Officers observed TPD and EMSA arriving at Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity. Upon officers arrival they made contact with a student who was helping care for a drunk student. Due to drunk students condition EMSA transported him to Hillcrest hospital. Due to drunk students’ condition EMSA transported him to Hillcrest hospital.

3:50 a.m.
Officers were approached by a student who was trying to locate their sibling. The student stated that both them and their sibling had been at the Kappa Alpha party when they had been separated. Officers located the sibling at the Kappa Alpha Fraternity House and called the student to reunite the siblings.

2:30 p.m.
Officers were dispatched to a non-injury motor vehicle accident on the west side of the Tucker Drive loop near 11th Street. Both parties refused medical treatment and declined EMSA. Officers facilitated the exchange of driver/insurance information. Both vehicles were able to clear from scene without further assistance.

Feb. 24
10:41 a.m.

A Physical Plant employee contacted Campus Security in reference to a gas leak in the construction zone at the Hardesty Hall building. Oklahoma Natural Gas was contacted to the location to shut off the gas leak and Officers evacuated buildings in the areas. ONG arrived at the location and the gas leak was shut off. All the areas around the Hardesty Hall were reopened.

3:25 p.m.
While on routine patrol Officers saw a homeless man sitting by the dumpster on the south side of the Henneke building. After advising him that he was on private property he left without any incident.

4:25 p.m.
While on routine patrol Officers saw a Fox 23 news reporter interviewing students on campus. After making contact with her she did not have permission from the university to be interviewing students on campus. I advised her that she had to leave campus and if she wanted to come back on campus she would have to call the university and get permission.

Feb. 25
12:02 a.m.

A student witnessed two individuals, whom officers have not yet identified, removing items from the lobby of the Pat Case Dining Facility. A thorough search of the area, including an extensive video footage investigation, is ongoing.

4:00 p.m.
Officers were dispatched to investigate a hit and run accident in the Keplinger/ Rogers parking lot. Officers made contact with a faculty member who returned to the parking lot and found that their vehicle had been hit by another vehicle. There was no note left by the other driver or sign of the other vehicle in the area.

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