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It was probably a key
A student entered the security office to report that his car had been damaged on April 13.’ He had parked his car in the Thomas Garage on the fourth floor, southeast side, on April 5 at approximately 5 p.m.’ He returned to find that someone had ‘keyed’ the paint on the trunk and passenger side of his car with an unknown object.

Compiled From Reports
Provided By UT Security

It was probably a key
A student entered the security office to report that his car had been damaged on April 13.’ He had parked his car in the Thomas Garage on the fourth floor, southeast side, on April 5 at approximately 5 p.m.’ He returned to find that someone had ‘keyed’ the paint on the trunk and passenger side of his car with an unknown object.

Straz Hall Heats Up
Officers responded to a report of a fire alarm in Straz Hall on April 13.’ Upon arrival of officers the location of the alarm was determined and they responded to the floor.’ They located the room that had set the alarm off and found water was streaming from a damaged sprinkler head in the room.’ Tampa Fire responded and cleared the alarm allowing the students to return to their rooms.’ An inspection of the floors below the room found several were damaged due to the water leaking down.’ Inside some of those rooms however were located different violations involving different articles.’ All involved rooms and their associated violations were referred to student conduct, as with the original fire alarm and its cause.

Austinarcotics
A maintenance worker and an RA requested officers to respond to an Austin Hall room in reference to the use of narcotics inside on April 15.’ Upon arrival of the officers a room search was done and paraphernalia and marijuana was located inside the room.’ The resident students were referred to the conduct board for the violations.

And you’re outta here!
Offices were called to respond to the conduct office in reference to an unruly parent on April 15.’ Upon arrival of officers they were directed, and made contact with, the parent who was causing problems.’ The parent and student were escorted to the security office where the parent was trespassed from the property due to her actions.’ The student was not trespassed but is still involved in the conduct process from an unrelated issue.

Aiding and Abetting — Not the best idea!
An officer located in the Vaughn Center a student that is currently terminated from housing and on summary suspension on April 15.’ The subject was escorted off campus and also referred to student conduct for the additional violations.’ The resident student was also warned of him allowing the other subject to stay in his room.
What a surprise ‘hellip; more drugs in Austin!
A RA requested officers to respond to Austin Hall as an April 17 room search had produced narcotics.’ Officers responded and conducted an additional room search with the RA.’ The narcotics tested positive for marijuana and the students were referred to the conduct board.

Ironically, the very thing you’re stealing makes a decent getaway vehicle’hellip;
A student came to the security office on April 17 to report the theft of his bike from the West parking garage.’ He stated he had locked his bike up approx 1 month prior in the area where motorcycles park.’ Upon arrival he found that the bike and lock were missing.

A find is a find, any way you slice it!
Officers were called to a Vaughn Center room in reference to the use of narcotics use in the room on April 18.’ Upon arrival of the officers a room search was done with negative findings for narcotics.’ However, several items of alcohol were located and the students were referred to the conduct board for those violations.

Donuts for Dummies
Officers made contact with a student as he had observed the car on cameras speeding in the West Parking garage on April 19.’ Additionally two other students then also made a complaint that the car nearly struck them as they walked towards the elevators.’ The car was observed speeding up and down the ramps and then spinning itself in circles on the open floors carelessly.’ The student was referred to the conduct board for the violations.

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