Police briefs are written based on reports from University Police. They indicate preliminary descriptions of events and not necessarily actual incidents.
On Mar. 19 at 6:45 p.m., a 19-year-old and an18-year-old resident student reported that their property was not returned to them after returning from spring break. The complaint stems from the student who left people in Florida. One of the people involved was refusing to return the property until they were paid for the cost of the trip. Officers were able to negotiate the return of the property.
On Mar. 25 at 4:16 p.m., a non-student called to report a suspicious person. She stated that she observed a man “touching himself” continuously while walking and waiting in line. The man did not expose himself at any time, but she stated he was “rubbing himself over his pants.” Officers located the man on a camera and were unable to determine if anything improper occurred.
On Mar. 26 at 12:45 p.m., a 19-year-old student noticed a large red truck with KKK stickers in the back window. When she drove back to campus, the truck followed her. At one point, the truck driver attempted to force her off the road. She also said she had seen the vehicle around campus before and felt the owner was trying to intimidate her. Officers are familiar with a similar truck and will be on the lookout for it around campus.
On Mar. 26 at 7:17 p.m., an emotionally distraught male student went to the police lobby on campus. Officers spoke with the 20-year-old resident student about a civil incident between himself and an ex-boyfriend. Officers spoke with the non-student ex-boyfriend and both parties agreed not to contact each other anymore.