Campus Crime Watch

Mar. 12
7:35 p.m.

Officers were dispatched to Chapman Commons for a reported fight between 2 individuals. The fight had happened approximately 2 hours prior to being reported. Upon arrival both parties had left the area.

Once contacted, the individuals came and gave their statements. Both parties say that they do not need or want to seek medical attention and that there will be no retaliation for the incident.

Mar. 13
12:15 a.m.

A university security officer patrolling saw a car parked in a no parking zone blocking the sidewalk access. A student on the second floor stairwell area was identified as owner and the officer asked it be moved.

The student was not compliant, got upset when they were told they would get a ticket. The student became belligerent toward the officer. The student was asked twice for their university identification card, and they refused. The student backed their car and drove off.

Mar. 17
12:30 p.m.

Officers were dispatched to investigate possible fire damage at an apartment.

Upon arrival the officers meet with a professional student manager, and a housing manager who also responded to the apartment to take a report regarding property damage caused by a fire. The resident had put a cigarette butt in a plastic container overnight that had caught fire but had been extinguished.

Several boards had been damaged and The physical plant was contacted to come repair the damage.

Mar. 18
2:45 a.m.

University Security Officers conducting a building check noticed a staff member who was having trouble walking up a flight of stairs in Zink Hall.

The staff member was visibly intoxicated and admitted to drinking alcohol. The Tulsa Police Department was contacted and the staff member was arrested.

Mar. 24
11:24 p.m.

Officers were dispatched to Mayo Village for a noise complaint. Upon arrival, they made contact with two students who were playing a card game, specifically, “Uno”. They did not observe any loud noise coming from their area and just merely advised them that there was a complaint and told them to please keep their voices to a lower level.

Mar. 26
9:00 a.m.

Officers were dispatched to investigate possible pellet guns in on campus apartments. The residences were searched and the unauthorized items were impounded.

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