Campus Blotter

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Apr 182005
 
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Friday

Day

Theft of credit card at an ATM in Lory Student Center.

 

Theft of backpack at A2 in Clark Building.

 

Call of panhandler in Clark Building lot – was gone on arrival.

 

Evidence collected from prior night's arson at Corbett Hall – turned over to investigations.

 

Call of elevator alarm at Facilities Services Center-North – there is no elevator there.

 

Hold up alarm at student center – staff error.

 

Lost palm pilot was found by officer and returned to owner.

Night

DUI at Laurel Street and Meridian Avenue.

 

University of Northern Colorado student cited for urinating, liquor and obstruction in Westfall Hall lot when he ran from officers who saw him relieving himself.

 

Intoxicated male in student center U lot went to detox.

 

DUI on Elizabeth Street.

 

Broke up an argument at Sullivan's Tavern before it got out of hand.

 

Male reported checking doors at Ammons Hall was gone on arrival. Officers checked the building.

 

Checked outer campuses, several noise, liquor and driver warnings given.

 

Saturday

Day

Window broken out of a state car.

 

Male observed driving recklessly near Sonny Lubick field at Hughes Stadium was arrested for outstanding warrants, no license and being in an improperly registered car. He went to jail and officers are still checking out the car for ownership.

 

Traffic citation regarding suspended license.

 

Checked rest of Foothills and South campus, all OK.

 

Dead owl found near Administration Building – turned over to Division of Wildlife.

 

Several males warned regarding using "slack line" between trees.

 

Night

 

Male cited for liquor at Corbett Hall B wing.

 

DUI arrest at University Avenue and Mason Street.

 

Two males stealing a sign at Laurel Street and Del Norte were contacted. They replaced the sign on officer's advice and were cited for liquor.

 

DUI at Shields and Elizabeth streets.

 

DUI at Shields Street and Raintree Drive.

 

Opened some doors, checked outer campuses and gave several other traffic warnings.

Sunday

Day

 

Argument at building 12 Aggie Village was broken up. Minor scratches to male and situation was resolved at the apartment.

 

Male who was cutting himself at Edwards Hall threatened officers on arrival. Was taken into custody without incident and went to Poudre Valley Hospital for treatment of injuries and mental health hold. Charges pending.

 

Two Traffic Enforcement and Education Program cites, checked all outer campuses – all OK.

 

Powwow went well.

 

Rugby player with head injury at Intramural Fields refused assistance.

Night

Traffic Citation for no insurance.

 

One TEEP, two weapon check-ins, gave a ride after SafeWalk hours, did patrol in residence halls and academic buildings, checked outlying campuses. All OK.

CSUPD writes the Blotter. The Collegian edits for AP style and size.

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