Daily Police Activity

April 15, 2014
14-5835: At 3:40PM, an officer was dispatched to Sam Houston Village parking garage, located at 1600 Sam Houston Avenue, in reference to a damaged vehicle report. No suspect information was available at the time of the report. Photographs were taken and a report was completed.

14-5844: At 7:41PM, an officer was dispatched to the Library, located at 1830 Bobby K Marks, in reference to a Theft report. Upon arrival, the officer was advised that after the victim plugged his IPhone 5 into the charge station inside the computer lab, he left the area and went to the restroom. After returning to the lab, he continued working on a computer that was not facing the charge station. Upon returning to retrieve his phone, the complainant found that the phone was gone. No suspect information was available at the time of report.

14-5894: At 9:15PM, an officer was dispatched to Raven Village, located at 2133 Avenue I, in reference to a Medical Assist report. Emergency medical services responded and transported the subject to Huntsville Memorial Hospital for further evaluation.

April 14, 2014
14-5783 at 5:16 PM, Theft – A student reported an unknown person(s) took his cellphone without his consent, while at the Health and Kinesiology Center (HKC) (located at 801 Bowers Boulevard) on Wednesday, April 9, 2014 between the hours of 2:00 PM and 4:00 PM. The complaint waited to report the incident until establishing the cellphone had not been turned over to the lost and found at the HKC.

April 13, 2014
14-5732: At 3:26 PM, an officer was requested by the Huntsville/Walker County Communications Center to assist several Huntsville Police Officers locate a prowling suspect in the Villas of Sycamore, located at 1615 Sycamore Avenue. Prior to the officer’s arrival, the suspect damaged the rear glass door of the victim’s apartment, but did not make entry. The University Police Officer located the suspect’s vehicle and later observed the individual running away from the scene. The officer, along several Huntsville Police Officers, gave chase to the suspect and later located him. The suspect, who is not a Sam Houston State University student, was charged with “Public Intoxication” and transported to the Walker County Jail.

April 12, 2014
14-5720: At 9:34 PM, Officers responded to a “Domestic-in progress” at Raven Village, located at 2133 Avenue I. Upon the officer’s arrival it was determined a physical and verbal altercation between both roommates, who were also brothers, had occurred. Both individuals were charged with the class “C” misdemeanor offense of “Assault-Family Violence.”

14-5695: At 3:01AM, an officer was dispatched to Sam Houston Village, located at 1600 Sam Houston Avenue, in reference to a “Theft” report.  Upon arrival and after further investigation, the “Theft” was unfounded, however, in the course of the investigation, it was
officer discovered that an “Assault Family Violence” had occurred. Furthermore, the actor, a non-student, was found to be residing on-campus with the victim, a Violation of Student Code of Conduct. The non-student was issued a Criminal Trespass Warning and escorted from the dormitory. A Non-Prosecution form was signed by the complainant regarding the Assault.

April 11, 2014
14-5678: At 12:18PM, An officer was dispatched to Raven Village, located at 2133 Avenue I, in reference to Burglary of Motor Vehicle report. Upon arrival the officer was advised that an unknown individual possibly entered the victim’s vehicle and removed cash from the inside of her of her purse.

April 10, 2014
14-5656 At 4:58 PM, An officer was dispatched to Houston House, located at 1661 Avenue J, in reference to an Alcohol Violation.  During, during the course of the investigation, the officer learned that the roommates could not resolve on-going problems between each other. Residence Life staff was alerted to the situation and a report was going to be forwarded to Residence Life Staff. An
Interpersonal Conflict/Violation of Student Code of Conduct/Criminal Trespass Warning report was completed.

14-5666 At 10:39 PM, An officer was dispatched to Raven Village, located at 2101 Avenue I, in reference to a Welfare Concern/Attempted Suicide report. Upon arrival, a female student was laying in the grass outside the southeast corner of the housing complex. The student had cuts on her wrists on both arms. She was transported to Huntsville Memorial Hospital for further evaluation.

14-5667 At 10:44 PM, Officers were dispatched to the Jackson-Shaver parking lot, located in the 1300 block of 17th Street, in reference to a Welfare Concern/Suicidal Subject. While en-route, officers were advised that the subject was locked inside his vehicle with a knife to his throat, threatening to commit suicide. Officers were able to convince the subject, a non-student, to allow officers access inside the vehicle. The subject was detained and transported to Huntsville Memorial Hospital for further evaluation.

April 9, 2014
14-5586, 11:02 a.m., Theft – Officer was dispatched to the Lowman Student Center, located at 1802 Avenue I, in reference to a “Theft” report. An employee with Aramark reported three “Samsung” Galaxy 2 tablets were taken from a desk in an office, between April 7, 2014 in the afternoon and April 8, 2014 at 11:00 AM. The employee signed a “Prosecution” form expressing they wished to file a formal criminal complaint.

14-5595, 2:19 p.m., Terroristic Threat – An officer was dispatched to the Lowman Student Center, located at 1802 Avenue I, in reference to a “Terroristic Threat” report. A student reported she received threatening messages from a friend of her roommate through a social media network, “Instagram.” According to the complainant, the messages did not make her feel comfortable being in her apartment nor being on campus. The student signed a “Prosecution” form expressing she wished to file a formal criminal complaint. A report was completed and will be sent to the Dean of Students' Office for Judicial Review as well.

April 8, 2014
14-5516 At 5:47PM, An officer was dispatched to Raven Village, located at 2133 Avenue I, in reference to a Suspicious Odor call. Upon arrival, the officers detected the smell of burnt marijuana and after speaking with the complainant, learned that the suspect had left the area prior to officer’s arrival. A report for Violation of Student Code of Conduct was completed and sent to the Dean of Student’s office and to Residence Life.

14-5563 At 11:49PM: After completing a traffic stop, an officer was flagged down at Bearkat Village, located at 2401 Montgomery Road, in reference to a Theft of Service. The officer was advised by a pizza delivery driver that after delivering a pizza to a dorm room, the suspect took the pizza, closed the door and failed to pay for it. After numerous attempts were made to contact the suspect, the roommate of the individual paid for the purchase. After officers had left the area, the suspect replied via telephone to UPD about the incident. After meeting with him, he stated that he thought the driver “gave” him the pizza, since he did not have change for a $50.00. A Violation of Student Code of Conduct report was filed.

April 7, 2014
14-5248 at 2:00 PM, Duty on Striking Unattended Vehicle, A student reported she parked her vehicle in the Estill parking lot, located at 1500 University Avenue on Thursday, April 3, 2014 at 8:00PM. Upon returning to her vehicle on Sunday, April 6, 2014 at 6:00 PM, she discovered scratches on the front bumper and grill caused by an unknown actor vehicle. At the time of the report there was no actor vehicle or witness information.

14-5436 at 6:58 PM, Violation of Student Code of Conduct, A student reported that while at the Lowman Student Center, located at 1802 Avenue I, he was approached by an ex-boyfriend who made comments about being in possession of a video of the complainant engaging in sexual acts. While conducting the investigation, it was determined that no such video existed of the complainant.  Due to the nature of the incident and the complainant felling “tormented” by his ex-boyfriend a report was completed and it will be forwarded to the Dean of Students' office for Judicial Review.

14-5463 at 11:31 PM, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Officer made contact with an illegally parked vehicle in the North Sorority Hill Drive, located in the 1600 of Avenue I. The vehicle was found to be occupied by one male student.   Upon contact, the officer detected the overwhelming odor of brunt marijuana emitting from within the vehicle. A search of the vehicle yielded drug paraphernalia items. The student was issued a citation and released on scene.

April 6, 2014,
14-5392: “Assault Bodily Injury - Family Violence,” At 2:56 AM an officer was dispatched to Bearkat Village West, located 2400 Montgomery Road, in reference to a domestic incident that had just occurred. Upon the officer’s arrival, the suspect, who was later determined not to be a Sam Houston student, had fled the scene in an unknown direction. The victim’s stated the suspect punched, kicked and hit them causing them pain and making them feel threatened for their safety.

14-5394: Driving While Intoxicated >=.15 BAC; At approximately 4:29 AM, an officer heard a loud squeal from a vehicle that sounded like it was attempting to stop quickly at the intersection of Montgomery Road and Sam Houston Avenue. Shortly after the long squeal, a loud crash was heard and another tire squeal followed. The officer attempted to locate the vehicle that was involved in the potential accident. The officer observed a cross walk sign on the southeast corner of the Montgomery Road and Sam Houston Avenue knocked down. Several bystanders noted the vehicle’s description and direction of travel. The officer located the vehicle and later conducted a traffic stop. It was determined through investigation that the driver was intoxicated and had a blood alcohol content higher than .15. The driver was arrested and remanded to the custody of the Walker County Jail.

14-5401 Welfare Concern 9:00 PM: A female student reported her friend has admitted to being in a potentially violent domestic relationship, but would not reveal any identities. The complainant assured the officer that the female was not in any imminent danger and wished only to seek preliminary advice on options available to her and her friend. A report was taken and multiple types of assistance options were provided.

April 5, 2014
14-5340 (@1:57 AM) Welfare Concern: University dispatchers observed a female being carried by two people from an elevator in Raven Village to a dorm room. Upon further investigation, officers discovered a female intoxicated and unresponsive in her room. Emergency medical services responded and the female became conscious enough to request transport to the hospital for treatment.

14-5346 (@4:36 AM) Medical Assist: A resident in Lone Star Hall, located at 901 Bearkat Boulevard, reported feeling ill. Officers responded to the location and assisted emergency medical services.  The student was subsequently transported to Huntsville Memorial Hospital for further evaluation.

14-5358: Assist Outside Agency - Walker County Sheriff’s Department; At 9:30 am, A Walker County Sheriff’s Deputy requested immediate assistance soon after he had advised being out on a black male subject who was standing in the middle of the roadway, located at FM 2821 and FM 247. The combative subject had been placed into custody with the help of other assisting officers who had arrived on scene. The university police officer assisted with placing the subject in “The Wrap” body restraint system before he was transported to the Walker County Jail.

April 4, 2014
14-5316 (@6:35 PM)-Assist Other Agency Warrant Service: An officer, while conducting a traffic stop in the 2300 block of Sam Houston Avenue, identified the driver and was advised he had multiple active warrants through Huntsville Municipal Court. The driver was taken into custody without incident and transported to the Walker County Jail.

April 3, 2014
14-5248, 9:39 AM, Violation of Student Code of Conduct – An pfficer was dispatched to Academic Building IV, located at 1921 Avenue J, in reference to a student refusing to leave a professor’s office. The officer learned that on Tuesday, April 1, 2014, the same student had been requested to leave said professor’s classroom due to being disruptive and questioning the professor’s teaching methods.  The student was escorted to the Dean of Student’s Office so the situation could be held administratively. A report was filed and referred to the Dean of Students Office.

14-5251, 10:38 AM, Criminal Trespass Warring Issued – An officer was dispatched to South Paw dining facility, located at 2008 Avenue J, in reference to Civil Standby. Upon arrival, the officer was notified by the manager of Aramark Food Services that an employee was being terminated and wished the Officer to remain on scene for safety reasons. After the employee was terminated he requested to speak with the officer about the situation. During their conversation the Officer noted several statements of concern made by the recently terminated employee. Due to the statements made to the officer and the individual not being a current student, staff or faculty member and no longer being an employee of Aramark who is a contract company of Sam Houston State University, said individual was issued a Criminal Trespass Warning for all Sam Houston State University property.

14-5252, 10:52 AM, Graffiti - An officer was notified while on scene of a Civil Standby at South Paw dining facility, located at 2008 Avenue J, of Graffiti inside the women’s restroom. Officer was advised between Friday, March 21, 2014 and Friday, March 28, 2014 an unknown person wrote an unreadable phone number in black permanent marker on the wall inside the women’s restroom.

April 2, 2013
14-5155: At 11:26 AM, an officer was dispatched to the Sam Houston Parking Garage, located at 1730 Avenue I, in reference to a Duty Upon Striking an Unattended Vehicle report. Upon arrival, the complainant stated that while parked in the garage an unknown suspect caused damage to her vehicle. No suspect information was given.

April 1, 2014
14-5055, 6:26 AM, Assist Outside Agency/Warrant Service – Officer initiated a traffic stop at the P17 parking lot, located in the 2000 block of Bobby K. Marks Drive. A computerized inquiry into the driver’s Texas driver’s license revealed two outstanding arrest warrant issued out of the Huntsville Municipal Court for “Speeding” and “Failure to Appear”; both Class “C” Misdemeanor offenses. The driver was taken into custody, transported to the Walker County Jail and booked on the aforementioned warrants.

14-5119: At 10:26PM, an officer was dispatched to Randel House, located at 824 20th Street, in reference to a Harassment report. Upon arrival, he met with an identified a female student that stated she had received disturbing phone calls from an unknown individual on at least four occasions.

March 31, 2014
14-4973:  "Medical Assist" - At 1:48 AM an officer was dispatched to Bearkat Village East, located at 2401 Montgomery Road, to assist with a medical call.  The patient was voluntarily transported to Huntsville Memorial Hospital via Huntsville/ Walker County Emergency Medical Services for further evaluation.  A report was filed.

140-4976:  “Medical Assist” – At 5:17 AM an officer was dispatched to the Texas Department of
Criminal Justice dorms in the Sam Houston Criminal Justice Center, located at 816 17th Street, in
reference to assisting with a medical call. The patient was voluntarily transported to Huntsville Memorial Hospital via Huntsville/ Walker County Emergency Medical Services for further evaluation.  A report was filed.

14-4987, 10:18 AM, Theft >20k<100k – An officer was dispatched to Bearkat Village building “L”, located at 2400 Montgomery Road, in reference to a “Stolen Vehicle”. The complainant stated that her beige 2004 Chevrolet Suburban, 67H-JJ9, was last seen on the 19th or 20th of March at approximately 11:30 PM. The complainant and her father contacted numerous wrecker companies, and when they were unable to locate it, reported it stolen to the University Police Department. At the time of this theft, the vehicle was not drivable due to a bad alternator. The complainant stated that the vehicle had aftermarket headlights and an “SHSU DAD” sticker on the back window. A report was filed.

March 30, 2014
14-4937:  "Public Intoxication" - At 2:14 AM an officer observed a female subject walking west bound from the Jolly Fox Night Club and Bar, located at 2504 Sam Houston Avenue, through the Sam Houston University Police parking lot.  Moments later, the female subject turned around and continued to walk east bound back towards the Jolly Fox.  The female subject appeared to be looking for someone, therefore the officer approached her to possibly assist.  As the officer approached, he detected the odor of alcohol  emanating from the female subject's breath and person.  The female subject was intoxicated and did not remember how to return back to her apartment.  The officer determined the female subject was a danger to herself or others if released and therefore arrested her for Public Intoxication.  A report was filed.

March 29, 2014

14-4893: An officer was dispatched to Raven Village (2133 Avenue I) at 1:22 AM in reference to a report of an alcohol violation.  Upon arrival, the officer identified three individuals under the age of 21 who were in possession of alcohol.  All three were issued a Class C Misdemeanor citation for the offense of Minor in Possession of Alcohol.

14-4907:  "Medical Assist" - At 3:35 PM an officer was dispatched to Pritchett Field, located at 1721 Avenue O, in reference to an eighteen year old male subject who was reported injured.  The patient was transported to Huntsville Memorial Hospital via Huntsville/ Walker County Emergency Medical Services for further evaluation.  A report was filed.

March 28, 2014
14-4824: At 3:35AM, officers were dispatched to Bearkat Village, located at 2401 Montgomery Road, in reference to a Burglary of a Habitation report. Upon arrival, officers were advised that a female student’s purse had been stolen after an unknown suspect walked into her residence and removed it without her consent. The suspect, which was under surveillance by the Huntsville Police Department,
was seen running from the area and was detained. The suspect was taken into custody by Huntsville Police Department.  It should be noted that the suspect had committed other burglaries in the area. A Criminal Trespass Warning was issued to the suspect for all of Sam Houston State University Property.

14-4841, 12:58 PM, Sexual Assault – Officers were dispatched to Raven Village, located at 2133
Avenue I, in reference to a “Sexual Assault” report.  Officers met with a resident who reported she believed that she was sexually assaulted by an unknown person.  The female reported that the incident occurred on the evening of  March 27, 2014.  At this time, based on the information provided, it is unknown where the assault may have taking place.  Furthermore, based on the information provided, there is not a continued or ongoing threat to the University community.

14-4845, 4:22 PM, Lost Property – Officer was dispatched to the University Police Department in
reference to a “Lost Property” report.  A student reported he lost his wallet while at the Health
and Kinesiology Center between March 27, 2014 and March 28, 2014. According to the complainant his Texas identification card, social security card and Chase Bank debit card were all inside the
wallet.  A report was filed.

March 27, 2014
14-4788, 6:30 p.m., Duty Upon Striking Unattended Vehicle - A student parked his vehicle in the Parking Garage, located at 1730 Avenue I, on this date between 1:30 p.m. and 6;30 p.m.  When he returned to his vehicle, he found that an unknown suspect had struck his vehicle, causing damage to the right rear quarter panel. The suspect fled without leaving any required information, and there were no known witnesses. During the investigation the Officer was able to identify the actor in this incident. The complainant did not wish to file criminal charges since the actor was willing to pay for the damage. A report was filed.

14-4792, 7:41 p.m., Criminal Mischief – A student reported her vehicle had been damaged, while parked in the Sam Houston Village Dormitory parking garage, located at 1600 Sam Houston Avenue by an unknown suspect(s). The vehicle was parked in the parking garage between the dates of Tuesday, March 25, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. and Thursday, March 27, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. The damage
was caused to the driver’s side front door, with the word “HI” scratched into the paint. A report was filed and was forward to CID for further investigation.

March 26, 2014

14-4683: At 4:34AM, an officer observed a vehicle parked in the 1600 block of Avenue J with its lights on.  A this time the officer made contact on the vehicle check on the welfare of the occupants.  While identifying the occupants the officer detected a strong odor of marijuana emanating from within the vehicle.  When asked, the driver admitted to smoking marijuana, having a smoking pipe and marijuana inside the vehicle.  Upon conclusion of a search of the vehicle, a marijuana pipe with residue and two clear pieces of plastic containing marijuana were located.  The driver was taken into custody and transported to the Walker County Jail.  It was determined the driver was not a student or faculty and was also issued a “Criminal Trespass Warning” for all university property.  The passenger was identified as a student and released on scene.  A report was filed.

14-4718: At 8:22PM, an officer was dispatched to the Coliseum, located at 1964 Bobby K Marks, for a Medical Assist report.  Upon arrival, the female subject had apparently experienced a medical condition after consuming alcohol and using marijuana. The female was transported to Huntsville Memorial Hospital by Walker County Emergency Medical Services for further evaluation.

14-4726: At 9:30PM, an officer was alerted during his patrol of the area in P12, the Coliseum parking lot located in the 1900 block of Bobby K Marks, to a suspicious individual sitting in a vehicle. After making contact with the individual, he was found to be in possession of Marijuana. The subject was arrested, transported to the Walker County Jail, and charged with the above offense.

14-4729: At 9:48PM, during an event at the Coliseum, located at 1964 Bobby K. Marks, an officer was alerted to an individual smoking Marijuana. The male subject was arrested, transported to the Walker County Jail, and charged with Possession of Marijuana.

March 25, 2014

14-4654: At 8:56PM, officers were dispatched to Sam Houston Village, located at 1600 Sam Houston Avenue, in reference to a disturbance.  Upon arrival, an officer located the male subject involved and other arriving officers responded to the original location of the disturbance.  After conferring with both parties, it was found that the original argument began at Raven Village, located at 2101 Avenue I, over a relationship.  The argument continued as the female tried to leave the parking lot.  After finally leaving, the female returned to her dormitory and shortly after the male showed up.  At her residence, the highly distraught male became violent and struck a cabinet inside her residence breaking it.  The male subject was arrested and transported to the Walker County Jail.

14-4658: At 9:39PM, An officer was dispatched to Belvin-Buchanan Hall, located at 1008 17th Street, in reference to a Theft report.  Upon arrival, the female victim stated that an unknown individual removed a pair of jeans from a dryer in the laundry room, without her consent.  A report was filed.

March 24, 2014

14-4569, 10:24 a.m., Harassment – Two university employees with a history of personal conflict were involved in a ‘road rage’ incident last Thursday, March 20th, on State Highway 19 north of Huntsville.  One of the parties involved wished to have the incident documented.  A report was filed and the incident is being investigated.

14-4580, 1:56 p.m., Duty Upon Striking Unattended Vehicle – A student parked her vehicle in the P-1 lot, located in the 800 block of Bearkat Blvd, at about 12:00 p.m. this date and left it there locked and unattended.  When she returned at about 1:30 p.m. she found that an unknown suspect had struck her vehicle, causing damage to the left back quarter.  The suspect fled without leaving any required information, and there were no known witnesses.  A report was filed.

14-4593, 7:05 p.m., Assault-Possession of Marijuana – Officers dispatched to Crawford House, located at 1317 17th Street, in reference to reports of a domestic in progress report.  Officers arrived on scene and made contact with both involved parties, one student and one a non-student.  During the course of the investigation officers learned that the non-student had been residing inside Crawford House for the past semester with the current assigned resident.  The victim reported a verbal altercation occurred over messages posted on a social media website, which led to a physical altercation between both parties.  One individual was placed under arrest for assault family violence due to both parties being involved in a dating relationship.  While on scene Officers discovered a baggie containing marijuana inside the dorm room,  which led to an additional arrest for the charge of possession of marijuana less than two ounces. A report was filed.      

14-4603, 11:05 p.m., An officer was dispatched to the Library Parking Lot, located at 1830 Bobby K Marks, in reference to a Stolen Vehicle (Theft) report.  While en-route, another officer stated that he witnessed a vehicle leave the parking lot about 45minutes prior to it being reported as stolen.  An attempt to locate was broadcast to all surrounding agencies.  The Conroe, Texas office of the Texas Highway Patrol located the vehicle and upon attempting the traffic stop, engaged in a pursuit by vehicle, then a short foot pursuit.  Both suspects were caught, identified and are currently being held at the Montgomery County Jail charged with Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle and Evading Arrest. A report was filed.

March 23, 2014
14-4541 (@1:44 PM): Harassment: Two students who reside off campus engaged in threatening behavior towards each other. A harassment report was completed and forwarded to the Dean of Students' Office for review.

14-4550 (@ 10:52 PM): Welfare Concern: A student allegedly took a handful of nonprescription pills. The student was transported to Huntsville Memorial Hospital by Walker County EMS for further evaluation. A report was filed.

14-4551 (@ 9:53 PM): Assist Other Agency: Officer checked by with a Huntsville Police Department officer calling for any available assistance due to a brief pursuit.  The officer arrived and provided scene security. A report was filed.

14-4552 (@ 11:43 PM): Criminal Trespass Warning: A student and a non-student engaged in a disruptive civil dispute outside of Belvin Hall (1000 block 17th Street). Officers responded to the scene and issued the non-student a Criminal Trespass Warning for campus. A report was filed.

March 22, 2014
14-4534 (@1:47 AM): Officers were dispatched to Sam Houston Village (1600 Sam Houston Avenue), in reference to a suspicious odor and minor in possession of alcohol report. Officers arrived and found a resident in possession of alcohol while being underage. A citation was issued and no evidence of narcotics was found.

14-4535 (@2:48 AM): Huntsville PD requested a SHSU UPD officer respond to the Woodcreek Apartments due to there being no city officers available. There was a report of a possible Aggravated Assault with the victim reporting the incident at the Walker County Jail.  The victim reported that the attacker left saying he was going to get a gun. Officers cleared the apartment of possible threats and Huntsville PD officers arrived to process the scene while university officers returned to the area of the university.

14-4537 (@4:42 AM): A university student reported seeing two males looking inside vehicles in the Jackson Shaver lots (1300 block of 17th Street) and moving towards the Sam Houston Village Parking Garage area. University officers arrived on scene and found the two males looking around vehicles in the SHV Garage. The males were from Houston, with one being a former student. They were both issued Criminal Trespass Warnings and released from the scene finding no evidence of any burglaries having occurred.

March 21, 2014
14-4406, 2:35 AM, Assist Outside Agency- Officers responded to the area of Montgomery Road and Sam Houston Avenue as a Huntsville Police Department officer had a vehicle ignore a traffic stop attempt.  The vehicle proceeded from Montgomery Road southbound onto Sam Houston Avenue to Old Houston Road, then through the parking lot at MS Express.  The Huntsville Police Department eventually took the suspect into custody. Assist Other Agency reports and accompanying supplements were completed.

14-4425 At 2:46PM, an officer was dispatched to the 2000 block of Bobby K Marks, P18, in reference to a Duty Upon Striking an Unattended Vehicle report.  The complainant stated that their vehicle was damaged by an unknown person/vehicle while parked in the parking lot.  No suspect information was available.  A report was filed.

14-04471 At 1:04AM, while on patrol, an officer observed Graffiti inside the bathrooms near the Tennis Courts behind Raven Village, located at 2125 Avenue I.  No suspect information is available.  A report was filed.

March 20, 2014

14-4359, 2:10 p.m., Welfare Concern – Residence Life personnel, while speaking with a student recently evicted from an on-campus residence facility, heard the student make a suicidal comment.  They passed the information on to SHSU PD.  During the investigation, contact was made with the student and his mother, both of whom confirmed the statement having been made.  Offers to make contact with emergency responders in their area (out of town) were made but were declined, with the mother stating that the student was not in need of such services and was only upset over recent events, including being evicted from campus housing.  A report was made, and information regarding the event was shared with the Dean of Students Office, Residence Life, and Counseling Services.

14-4362, 2:35 p.m., Theft – A student called to report that his bicycle had been stolen over spring break.  He advised that it had been left outside of the Estill Building, but he was unsure whether or not it had been locked.  A report was filed.

14-4373, 7:41 PM, Medical Assist- An Officer was patrolling in the 1900 block of Avenue O, Pritchett Field, as he noticed a male laying on the ground in a driveway.  The officer responded to the location and quickly notified dispatch that Emergency Medical Services were needed as the male was unresponsive and appeared to be having a seizure.  The subject was transported to Huntsville Memorial Hospital for further evaluation.

March 19, 2014
14-4306, 6:26 p.m., Medical Assist – Officer was dispatched to Gibbs Ranch, located at 1127 State Highway 75 North, in reference to a “Medical Assist” report.  A student participating in a rodeo event fell off a bull.  The Walker County Emergency Medical Services was summoned and transported the individual to Huntsville Memorial Hospital for further evaluation.

March 18, 2014
14-4181, 12:33 a.m., Violation of Student Code of Conduct – Officer conducted a traffic stop at Sam Houston Avenue and El Torro.  While speaking with the driver the officer detected a strong odor of burnt marijuana emanating from within the vehicle.  The officer observed marijuana residue on the driver’s clothing.  Upon conclusion of a search of the vehicle no contraband was located and further marijuana residue was observed throughout the vehicle.  Two additional students were identified and all subjects information was gather for an administrative report.  A report was filed.

1400004206, 12:38 p.m., Duty upon Striking – A student parked her vehicle in a marked space in the P-1 lot at about 8:00 a.m. and left it there unattended.  When she returned at about 12:00 p.m. she found that an unknown suspect had struck her vehicle, causing damage to the front left quarter.  The suspect fled without leaving information as required, and there were no witnesses.  A report was filed.

14-4208, 2:12 p.m., Crash (Minor) – Two students maneuvering in the P-7 parking lot (1700 block of Bobby K Marks Drive), one backing and one moving forward, collided at very low speed, causing slight damage to both vehicles.  Each was provided with a Civil Damage Information Exchange form.

14-4213, 3:15 p.m., Burglary of Habitation – A resident of the Alpha Delta Pi house (1640 Avenue I) last saw her IPad3, valued at $400.00, lying on a desk in her room before she left for spring break.  She could not find it upon her return on Sunday, 03-16-2014, and after an extensive search determined that it had been taken from her room during her absence.  A report was filed.

14-4235, 7:28 p.m., Crash (Minor ) - A student parked his vehicle in a parking space in the 1100 block of 16th Street (Bearkat Boulevard) and inadvertently opened his driver’s side door into the approaching motorist lane of travel. A vehicle traveling westbound in the 1100 block of 16th Street struck the driver’s door causing damage to both vehicles.  Both involved parties wished to exchange information and were provide Civil Damage forms.  A report was filed.

14-4232/14-4243 /14-4244, 6:30 p.m., Burglary of Habitation – Residents of the Zeta House (1661 Avenue J) reported that during the spring break session, several items were taken for three different dorm rooms. Several pieces of jewelry were taken from two of the rooms, along with prescription medicine being taken from the other. The officer spoke with all available residents at the time of the report and ascertained that only the three mentioned dorm rooms were involved in the incident.  Three separate cases numbers were generated for statistical purposes.  A report was filed.

March 17, 2014

14-4121, 8:47 a.m., Assist Other Agency (Huntsville Fire Department) – HFD officials requested that SHSU PD send an officer to the former location of Janes’ Asphalt Paving, 615 16th Street, after determining that personnel with Janes’ Asphalt Paving were conducting an illegal burn at that location.  A permit had been obtained to burn brush, but the material being burned consisted of multiple items left over from demolition.  Paving personnel on scene agreed to extinguish the fire by smothering it with dirt, using a backhoe.  A report was filed.

14-4150, 6:49 p.m., Theft – Officer was dispatched to the Health and Kinesiology Center, located at 801 Bowers Boulevard, in reference to a “Theft” report.  A student reported his wallet was taken from a restroom between 6:15 PM and 6:35 PM, today.  The subject located his wallet during a secondary check of the restroom with HKC staff.  Upon checking the wallet the individual observed between $150 and $200 in United States currency was removed.  A report was filed.

March 16, 2014

14-4055 Graffiti at 12:13 PM:  While on patrol in the 500 block of Bowers Boulevard, an officer observed a university parking lot sign with graffiti on it.  A report was completed documenting the incident.

14-4056 Assist Outside Agency:  Officer responded to the intersection of Montgomery Road and IH-45 Feeder Road at 12:23 AM in reference to a Huntsville Police Department officer requesting assistance.  Upon arrival, the officer assisted with the traffic stop and a report was completed.

14-4058 Assist Outside Agency:  Officers responded to the 2500 block of Sam Houston Avenue at the request of the Huntsville Police Department at 1:57 AM.

14-4066 Burglary of a Habitation (@1:32 PM): A Hall Director discovered an opened window to a Bearkat Village (2400 block of Montgomery Road) residence over the spring break period. She re-secured the window and room and emailed the tenant of room of the incident. Upon the student's return to the dorm room, she discovered that her laptop computer was missing.

March 11, 2014

14-3871, At 10:42AM, An officer was dispatched to the University Police Department, in reference to a Stalking report.  Upon arrival, he met with the victim that stated she had received suspicious letters in her office at the CJ Center, located at 816 17th Street.  The suspicious letters were very disturbing to her and her neighbor in an adjacent office, who also received a suspicious letter. A report was filed.

14-3891, At 10:54PM, An officer was dispatched to the University police Department, in reference to a Harassment report.  Upon arrival, he was advised that the victim had received harassing phone calls, while out of state for spring break.  The known subject was stating to the victim that she “needed to be prepared to fight”.  This was previously reported to the Walker County Sheriff’s Department for a different incident that occurred at the Walker County Fairgrounds. The victim was advised to contact UPD upon return to Huntsville to fill out additional paperwork.  A report was filed.

March 10, 2014
14-3826, 7:44 a.m., Burglary of a Vehicle –  Officer was dispatched to Sam Houston Village, located at 1600 Sam Houston Avenue, in reference to a “Burglary of a Motor Vehicle” report.  A student reported that between 8:00 p.m. Sunday night, 03-09-2014 and 7:40 a.m. Monday morning, 03-10-2014, an unknown suspect ripped open a hole in the plastic window of his soft-top Jeep to gain access to the interior of the vehicle, then took possession of and fled with a duffle bag containing primarily clothing valued at over $700.00.  A report was filed.

14-3839, 5:00 p.m., Graffiti- Officer while on patrol at the Sam Houston Parking Garage, located at 1730 Avenue I, discovered graffiti.  Officer observed an incident where an unknown person(s) utilized orange spray paint on the wall of the fifth level (top) and southwest corner stairwell on lever four of the parking garage.  The paint appeared recently done and was dry to the touch with the estimated time frame being Sunday, March 9, 2014 at 10:00 p.m. to Monday, March 10, 2014 at 5:00 p.m.  A report was filed.  

14-3843, 9:21 p.m., Assist Outside Agency – Officer responded to the area of Avenue S and 19th Street to assist the Huntsville Police Department with a foot pursuit.  A Huntsville Police Department officer was engaged in a foot pursuit with a theft suspect from Wal-Mart.  Upon the UPD officer’s arrival, several HPD officers were able to secure the suspect without his assistance.  A report was filed.

14-3854, 11:48 p.m., Evading – Officer detected the odor of marijuana and observed a suspicious black male subject walking southbound in the 1700 block of Avenue O.  Officer stopped his patrol vehicle to check on the subject.  At that time the individual walked up to the officers patrol vehicle and voluntarily gave the officer his Texas identification card.  The officer exited his patrol vehicle, instructed the subject to go to the front of his patrol vehicle and inquired to if he was smoking marijuana.  Next, the subject immediately evaded on foot and after a brief foot pursuit ran into a wooded area located just northeast of the incident location.  Subsequent to an extensive search of the area, with the assistance of the Huntsville Police Department the subject was not located.  Due to knowing the identity of the suspect an arrest warrant for “Evading”, a Class “A” Misdemeanor will be sought.  A report was filed.

March 7, 2014
At 8:08 AM, an officer was dispatched to Bearkat Village (2401 Montgomery Road) in reference to a domestic dispute.  Officer met with the complainant (a male not university student) who reported that he was having an argument with a girlfriend who resided on campus.  Since the male was not a student and due to an extensive criminal history, he was issued a criminal trespass warning for all SHSU property (14-3725).

At 10:33 AM, an officer was dispatched to the Estill Building (1903 University Avenue) in reference to a credit card abuse report.  Upon arrival, the complainant reported finding fraudulent activity on their department purchasing credit card.  A report was completed (14-3730).

March 6 ,2014

14-3670, 12:07 a.m.,  Criminal Mischief – Officer was dispatched to the P7 parking lot, located in the 1700 block of Bobby K. Marks Drive, in reference to a “Criminal Mischief” report.  A student reported her vehicle was keyed while parked at the aforementioned location between 10:50 AM and 12:00 PM today.  When asked, the subject stated she and a male subject were both awaiting for a parking space to become available.  The complainant was able to occupy the space prior to the male subject.  At that time the male subject yelled at the complainant and stated he was going to remember her vehicle.  Due to the altercation the complainant suspected the male individual of causing the damage.  The complainant expressed she wished to file a formal criminal complaint.  A report was filed.

14-3684, 6:14 p.m., Possession of Drug Paraphernalia – Officer was dispatched to Jackson Shaver, located at 1201 17th Street, in reference to a “Suspicious Incident” report.  Upon arrival, two resident advisors reported observing a homemade bong in a dorm room during a safety check.  The officer then made contact with the student in the room in question.  During the investigation it was determined by the officer the bong had marijuana residue.  Subsequently, the student was cited for “Possession of Drug Paraphernalia” and released.  A report was filed.

March 5, 2014
14-3595, 12:01 p.m., Welfare Concern – The Huntsville/Walker County Combined Communications Center contacted SHSU PD based on receipt of a call from an anonymous person calling from the state of Maine who reported that a Facebook friend had reported to her a conversation she had had with a friend who happened to be a student at SHSU.  The account related to us was that the student, in this reported conversation on Facebook, had made statements indicating that she was contemplating harming herself.  The investigating officer was unable to locate or make contact with the student; however, he was able to speak with an out-of-state relative and conduct an examination of the student’s room, finding nothing out of order or indicating any harmful intent.  At the time of the report being filed, additional attempts at locating and/or contacting the student were still being made.

14-3595, 10:16PM, Officer responded to the residence of the previous Welfare Concern, located at 2400 Montgomery Road, to Follow-Up.  Upon arrival, contact was made with the female student who family members were concerned about.  The investigating officer determined that the student was not a danger to their self, had made plans to seek counseling, and had invited a friend (also a student) to stay with her for the night.  All parties were identified and were advised that if she felt she needed additional assistance to contact this department. A report was filed.

March 4, 2014

14-3535, 12:56 p.m., Terroristic Threat – An unknown suspect called the main campus telephone exchange and reported the presence of a bomb in the Lee Drain Building (1900 Avenue I).  Numerous agencies and personnel responded and the building was evacuated, then searched for the presence of a bomb by K-9 teams trained in detection of explosives.  No bombs were located, and the building was cleared for the resumption of normal use at about 4:00 p.m.  A report for the third degree Felony offense of Terroristic Threat was filed.

14-3540, 2:46PM, An officer was dispatched to Undergraduate Admissions, located at 1903 University Avenue, in reference to a Suspicious Incident.  Complainant advised that they had received a suspicious envelope, through the US Postal Service, containing various perplexing items.  The officer investigated and discovered that the individual resides out of state and has a possible mental illness. Contact was made with law enforcement in that area to assure the individual has no violent tendencies and is not considered a threat. No actual threats were made in any of the documents contained within the envelope.  A report was filed.

March 3, 2014

14-3485, 3:24 p.m., Duty Upon Striking Unattended Vehicle – A student came by the office to report that on Friday, February 28, 2014, at about 9:45 a.m., she parked her vehicle in the P-23 lot (2100 block of Avenue I) and left it there unattended.  When she returned about an hour later, she discovered that an unknown suspect had struck the front of her vehicle, causing damage, then left without providing information required by law.  There were no witnesses and no known suspect information at the time the report was filed.


March 1, 2014

Damage to University Property -14-3403 (9:26 AM):  Officer responded to the Music/Fine Arts building (1751 Avenue I) in reference to a Conroe ISD bus scrapping the exterior corner of the building.  Minor damage was sustained to both the building and bus.  A report was filed.

Criminal Trespass Warning Issued- 14-3440 (1:07 AM):  Officers responded to Sam Houston Village (1600 Sam Houston Avenue) in reference to a suspicious male attempting to gain entry into the dorm.  Upon identification of the suspicious person it was determined he was not a student of Sam Houston State University.  Due to the suspicious nature of the individual and his extensive criminal history he was issued a criminal trespass warning for all of Sam Houston State University property.  A report was filed.

February 28, 2014

14-3390 (@2:17 pm): A university officer was dispatched to the College of Humanities and Social Sciences (1900 block Avenue I) in reference to multiple fraudulent charges to a university issued credit card. The charges were small in dollar amount and was cancelled after the charges were discovered.

14-3392 (at 3:17 PM):  An officer with the Lone Star College Police Department provided information to officers at the Woodlands Campus (3380 College Park) in reference to a welfare concern on their campus.  Information was obtained and a report was completed.

14-3397 (@8:54 pm): A university officer was dispatched to Jackson Shaver (1201 17th Street) where a student reported the theft of his wallet and phone from the HKC (801 Bowers Boulevard) earlier in the evening while playing basketball. After reviewing surveillance footage a suspect was located and a follow up will be conducted with the HKC to discover his identity using his “swipe” info upon entry to the facility.

14-3398 (@9:11 pm): A university officer discovered suspicious activity associated with the smoking of marijuana while in Jackson Shaver (1201 17th Street) on the way to an unrelated incident. Upon further investigation a resident was issued a citation for possession of drug paraphernalia and one of his guests was arrested for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. Two other guests were included in the report, but not charged with anything. All four students involved are students at SHSU.

February 27, 2014

14-3310, 8:24 a.m., Credit/Debit Card Abuse – A Project Coordinator for the Office of Research and Special Programs reported that on February 25, 2014, two separate fraudulent charges were made to their department purchasing card, which was secured in a locked desk drawer at the time.  A report was filed.

14-3321, 12:31 p.m., Lost Property – A student reported that she lost her wallet, which contained $300 in cash, at the LSC (1802 Avenue I) on February 4, 2014.  The student reported that she was attending a pageant at that location and had secured her wallet inside a zip-loc style bag, which she then placed inside a cardboard box.  She believes that the cardboard box was discarded along with several others at the conclusion of the pageant.  A report was filed.

14-3328, 1:00 p.m., Damage to University Property – A student leaving the lower level gate at the Sam Houston Parking Garage (1700 block of Avenue I) turned too sharply and struck a brick façade with her vehicle, causing damage to both.  A report was filed.

14-3334, 2:18 p.m., Interpersonal Conflict – A student reported that her former roommate, which whom she had experienced conflict on several occasions last semester, may have recently had the complainant’s vehicle towed from a local apartment complex as a means of retaliation for a perceived slight in the past.  The complainant desired a report so that the matter could be reviewed by the Dean of Students Office.  A report was filed.

February 25, 2014
14-3171, 10:56 a.m., Credit/Debit Card Abuse – Officer was dispatched to the Estill Building, located at 1903 University Avenue, in reference to a “Credit/Debit Card Abuse” report.  The secretary for Undergraduate Admissions report (4) four unauthorized transactions were charged to their department purchase card between February 22, 2014 and February 23, 2014.  Additionally, the complainant expressed she wished to file a formal criminal complaint.  A report was filed.

14-3176, 11:54 a.m., Credit/Debit Card Abuse – Officer was dispatched to the University Hotel, located at 1604 Bobby K. Marks Drive, in reference to a “Credit/Debit Card Abuse” report.  The reservation coordinator reported (3) unauthorized transactions were charged to their department purchase card on February 24, 2014.  Additionally, the complainant expressed she wished to file a formal criminal complaint.  A report was filed.

14-3185, 4:19 p.m., Credit/Debit Card Abuse – Officer was dispatched to the Health Center, located at 1528 Avenue J, in reference to a “Credit/Debit Card Abuse” report.  The administrative secretary reported (4) four unauthorized transactions were charged to their department purchase card between February 24, 2014 and February 25, 2014.  At the time of the report it was unknown if the department wished to file a formal criminal complaint.  A report was filed.

14-3199, 8:19 p.m., Assault by Contact – Officer was dispatched to the P12 Parking Lot, located in the 1900 block of Bobby K. Marks Drive, in reference to an "Assault” report.  Upon arrival, the officer met with a student who stated she was involved in an incident over a parking space at approximately 6:30 PM.  According to the subject she was standing in a parking space saving it for one of her friends.  A male subject then attempted to park in the parking space and a verbal confrontation ensued.  Subsequently, the complainant refused to vacate the parking space, the male subject continued to position his vehicle further into the parking space eventually making contact with the complainant.  Additionally, the student advised she was struck at both of her knees, did not feel any pain and did not think she was injured.  Furthermore, the complainant refused any medical treatment and expressed she did not wish to file a formal criminal complaint.  A report was filed.

February 24, 2014

14-3100, 10:41 a.m., Credit/Debit Card Abuse – Officer was dispatched to ABI, located at 1803 Avenue I, in reference to a “Credit/Debit Card Abuse” report.  The Information Technology Administrative Coordinator reported (4) four unauthorized transactions on their department purchase card.  Additionally, the complainant expressed they wished to file a formal criminal complaint.  A report was filed.

14-3138, 10:22 p.m., Possession of Controlled Substance - Officers checked out with a stranded motorist near the intersection of Eastham Lane and Normal Park Drive.  After speaking with the occupant, some investigation, a consensual search discovered contraband which resulted in charges of Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Possession of a Controlled Substance. The suspect admitted to having marijuana in her undergarment prior to being transported to the jail.  That evidence was removed by female jail staff.  The suspect was also found to have an outstanding warrant for failure to appear on a separate possession of marijuana charge from this agency.  A report was filed.

February 23, 2014

14-3076 at 8:24 pm: A student approached a University Police Officer and reported he lost his wallet. The student was not able to give any specific details about where the property was lost, but a report was completed.

February 22, 2014
14-3028 at 4:36 PM: A UPD officer responded to Wal-Mart (141 IH-45 South) for a theft in progress.  The officer was in the area of location while his vehicle was being serviced in the 3000 block of Highway 30.  Upon his arrival, employees directed the officer to individuals who were concealing store items without purchase. The officer helped in securing the scene until Huntsville Police Department officers arrived and were able to take the suspects into custody.

February 21, 2014
14-2976 At 10:04AM, an officer was dispatched to Recreational Sports, located at 801 Bowers Boulevard, in reference to a Credit/Debit Card Abuse report.  The complainant reported fraudulent charges on a SHSU procurement card were found on their account.  A report was filed.

14-2983 At 1:41PM, officer was dispatched to the Health Center, located at 1528 Avenue J, in reference to a Terroristic Threat report.  Complainant reported that an unruly student was on location and began to make threats towards a staff member. A report was filed.

February 20, 2014
14-2903: At 2:12PM, an officer was dispatched to White Hall, located at 800 Bowers Boulevard, in reference to a Harassment report. Upon arrival, the complainant stated that her ex-boyfriend, non-student, had been very possessive and had attempted to contact her several times since their break up in October 2013.  Recently, she had observed him sitting in the parking lot at White hall.  The complainant stated that she no longer wished to have contact with him.  The complainant further stated that they had been involved in a sexual relationship that ended in January 2014.  The suspect was contacted and advised that she did not wish to have any further contact, he stated he understood.  A non-prosecution form was signed. A report was filed.

February 19, 2014
14-2820: At 7:08AM, an officer was dispatched to the TRIES building, located at 2424 Sam Houston Avenue, in reference to a Graffiti report.  Subjects reported graffiti was noticed starting Friday, 2/14/2014.  No suspect information was reported.  Report was filed.

14-2869: At 9:00PM, an officer was dispatched to the University Police Department, located at 2424 Sam Houston Avenue, in reference to a Harassment report.  Subject advised that yesterday she began receiving calls and texts from an unknown phone number.  No suspect information was given.  Report was filed.

14-2876: At 11:08PM, an officer was dispatched to the CHSS building, located at 1901 Avenue I, in reference to an Assault.  Subject advised that while in the computer lab, a former friend’s girlfriend began arguing with him.  She in turn contacted her boyfriend who came to the lab and confronted the complainant.  During the argument, both parties pushed each other.  The complainant did not wish to pursue charges.  Other party involved was not located.  Report was filed.

February 18, 2014

14-2749: At 10:20AM, an officer was dispatched to the counseling center, located at 1916 Avenue J, in reference to a welfare concern.  Officer transported a student the hospital for further evaluation.  A report was filed.

14-2750: At 10:34AM, an officer was dispatched to the parking garage, located at 1730 Avenue I, in reference to an Interpersonal Conflict.  Subjects were apparently arguing over entrance to the parking garage. 

14-2760: At 1:57PM, an officer was dispatched to the P23 parking lot, located in the 2100 block of Avenue J, in reference to a Duty Upon Striking Report.  Subject was left a note informing of a possible suspect who hit her vehicle and drove away. 

14-2767: At 5:02PM, an officer was dispatched to the P6 parking lot, located in the 1700 block of Bobby K Marks, in reference to a Duty Upon Striking Report.  Subject observed a vehicle strike her vehicle from across the parking lot. The suspect vehicle was not able to be found due to limited information.

14-2771: At 6:02PM, while on patrol in the 2400 block of Montgomery Road, an officer witnessed a white female staggering through the adjacent parking lot belonging to University Club Apartments.  A few minutes later the officer heard a large commotion involving a verbal disturbance, then observed the female staggering and cursing. Due to the possible danger to herself and others, she was taken into custody for Public Intoxication.

February 17, 2014
14-2693, 10:40 a.m., Credit/Debit Card Abuse – Officer was dispatched to the Residence Life Department, located at 910 Bearkat Boulevard, in reference to a “Credit/Debit Card Abuse” report.  The Residence Life Director reported (4) four unauthorized transactions were made on the department purchase card between February 16th and February 17th.  Additionally, the complainant expressed she wished to file a formal criminal complaint.  A report was filed.


February 16, 2014

14-2658: (12:07 AM) Walker County Communications aired an attempt to locate for a stolen Toyota Camry out of Louisiana. UPD officers located the vehicle traveling through Huntsville on I-45 and performed a traffic stop on it in the 500 block of IH-45 North. A large bag, approximately a ¼ pound, of marijuana was located in the vehicle. The driver was charged with Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle and both occupants were charged with the offense of Possession of Marijuana.

February 15, 2014

14-2626: (1:25 AM) An officer dispatched to Raven Village, located at 2133 Avenue I, in reference to RA with suspicions concerning underage drinking in a room. Multiple bottles of alcohol were found in the room and two minors cited after admitting to drinking during the night in the room. A report was completed and will be forwarded to the Department of Residence Life and the Dean of Students' Office for Judicial Review.

February 14, 2014

14-2600: (8:25 AM) A projector was found to be missing, possibly stolen, from AB1, located at 1803 Avenue I. The theft may have occurred during the winter break. Equipment missing was entered into a stolen files database and a report was completed.

1400002614: (4:10 PM) An officer was dispatched to Sam Houston Village, located at 1600 Sam Houston Avenue, in reference to suspicious odor. Officer on scene found residue of marijuana, but not a usable amount of contraband.  A Violation of Student Code of Conduct report was completed and will be forwarded to the Dean of Students Office and the Department of Residence Life.

February 13, 2014

14-2511, 7:04 a.m., Damage to University Property – Officer responded to the Baseball/Softball Complex, located at 530 Bowers Boulevard, to work security at a softball game.  The officer’s vehicle was parked on the west side of the baseball side of the complex.  Upon conclusion of the game the officer discovered the windshield of his patrol vehicle sustained damage possibly from a baseball scrimmage at the baseball field.  The damage to the patrol vehicle consisted of the windshield being cracked on the driver’s side with the impact point being on the top.  A report was filed.

14-2550, 8:33 p.m., Medical Assist – Officer was dispatched to the Health and Kinesiology Center, located at 801 Bowers Boulevard, in reference to a “Medical Assist” report.  The Huntsville/Walker County Emergency Medical Services was summoned and transported the subject to Huntsville Memorial Hospital for further evaluation.  A report was filed.

14-2551, 8:48 p.m., Medical Assist – Officer was dispatched to the Health and Kinesiology Center, located at 801 Bowers Boulevard, to assist with a medical related call.  

14-2558, 9:29 p.m., Medical Assist – Officer was dispatched to Lone Star Hall, located at 910 Bearkat Boulevard, to assist with a medical related call.

February 12, 2014

14-2417 - At 8:41AM, an officer was dispatched to Enrollment Management, located at 1903 University Avenue, in reference to a Credit/Debit Card abuse report.  Complainant advised two fraudulent charges were made with a University Procurement Card.  A report was filed.

14-2420 - At 9:14AM, an officer was dispatched to Enrollment Communications, located at 1903 University Avenue, in reference to a Credit/Debit Card abuse report.  Complainant advised two fraudulent charges were made with a University Procurement Card.  A report was filed.

14-2426 - At 2:00PM, an officer was dispatched to P23, located in the 2100 block of Avenue I, in reference to a Duty Upon Striking an Unattended Vehicle report.  Complainant advised that an unknown subject struck her vehicle causing damage to the front driver’s side quarter panel.  No witnesses were located and no suspect information was given.  A report was filed.

14-2433 - At 4:01PM, an officer responded to the Arbors Apartments, located at 555 Bowers Boulevard, in reference to a report of criminal mischief. 

February 11, 2014

14-2351, 3:24 a.m., Damage to University Property – Officer observed a handicap sign was damaged in the P24 Parking Lot (near South Paw Dining) in the 2000 block of Avenue J.  During the investigation the officer noted the sign was bent at a ninety degree angle at the base of the pole.  At the time of the report no suspect information was available.  A report was filed.

14-2391 - At 6:18PM, an officer was dispatched to the 1600 Block of Avenue I in reference to a “Lost Property” report.  Female student reported that she misplaced her wallet somewhere in the area of sorority hill.  Report was filed.

February 10, 2014
14-2284, 9:05 a.m., Duty Upon Striking – Officer was dispatched to the P12 Parking Lot, located in the 1900 block of Bobby K. Marks Drive, in reference to a “Duty Upon Striking” report.  A subject reported his vehicle was struck by another vehicle while parked in the aforementioned location.  During the investigation the complainant provided a note with suspect information.  A report was filed.

14-2285, 9:12 a.m., Criminal Trespass – Officer was dispatched to the Criminal Justice Center, located at 816 17th Street, in reference to a disruptive student.  A professor reported a student was being disruptive, not following directions and refusing to leave.  Upon arrival, officers were directed to the student in question.  While speaking with the individual he was being uncooperative and would not follow directions from officers while being escorted from class.  Due to the subjects noncompliance he was physically escorted out of the building by the officers and taken into custody.  During this process the individual continued to physically resist the officer’s commands.  While being searched the subject was verbally aggressive and abusive towards the officers.  The subject was transported to the Walker County Jail.  At the jail, the individual was charged with “Criminal Trespass”, “Resist Arrest/Transport/Search” and remanded into the custody of the jail staff.  A report was filed.

14-2290, 10:15 a.m., Medical Assist – Officer was dispatched to the University Police Department, located at 2424 Sam Houston Avenue, in reference to a “Medical Assist” report.  While speaking with the complainant the incident location was determined to the Lee Drain Building, located at 1900 Avenue I.  The subject stated while attempting to enter the building through an automatic handicap door it closed unexpectedly causing her rolling bag to become trapped.  While attempting to free the bag the individual stated she injured herself.  Medical treatment from the Huntsville/Walker County Emergency Medical Services was refused due to the complainant wishing to seek treatment on her own.  The officer responded to the incident location, determined the door was functioning normally and transported the object in question to the office of the Director of Environmental Health Safety and Risk Management.  A report was filed.

14-2294, 12:37 p.m., Harassment – Officer was dispatched to the Lowman Student Center, located at 1802 Avenue I, in reference to a “Harassment” report.  A student reported she was being stalked by her ex-boyfriend who was not a student.  Additionally, the complainant stated he was sending her unwanted text messages.  When asked, the subject did not wish to file a formal criminal complaint.  A report was filed.

February 8, 2014

Theft (14-2206): At 11:45 AM, an officer responded to a reported theft of earrings from a residence at Bearkat Village, located at 2401 Montgomery Road .  At approximately 4:45 PM the victim contacted the University Police Department stating her earrings were returned.  A report was completed.

Violation of Student Code of Conduct (14-2226): At approximately 8:12 PM, an officer was patrolling the Raven Village parking lot (2100 block of Avenue I) when he observed two individuals exit a vehicle and walk into the residence hall.  As the individuals passed the officer in his patrol vehicle, the officer detected an odor or burnt marijuana emanating from their persons.  Officers searched the individual’s room and vehicle and did not locate any contraband.  The individual’s stated they had just finished smoking marijuana in the vehicle.  A “Violation of Student Code of Conduct” report was completed.

February 7, 2014

14-2129, 1:53 a.m., Graffiti – Officer was dispatched to Sam Houston Village, located at 1600 Sam Houston Avenue, in reference to a “Graffiti” report.  While en-route, the University Police dispatcher advised graffiti was reported on a door in the northwest corner of the garage.  Upon arrival, the officer observed graffiti on a door to an electrical room consisting of the letters “POC” and two other unreadable designs applied in red indelible marker paint.  The graffiti appeared to be old and linked with a series of other graffiti reports that started in October 2013.  Upon conclusion of a search of the area no other graffiti was located.  A report was filed.

14-2141, 10:15 a.m., Medical Assist – Officer was dispatched to the Smith-Hutson Building, located at 1821 Avenue I, to assist with a medical related call.  

14-2152, 3:06 p.m., Possession of Marijuana – Officer was dispatched to Raven Village, located at 2133 Avenue I, in reference to a “Suspicious Odor” report.  The on-duty resident advisor reported detecting the odor of marijuana in a resident’s room.  At that time the officer met with the resident in question who voluntarily directed the officer to marijuana in the room.  Additionally, a multicolored glass pipe was located as well.  The resident was taken into custody and transported to the Walker County Jail.  At the jail, the subject was booked for “Possession of Marijuana” and remanded into the custody of the jail staff.                                                                                               

14-2159, 6:47 p.m., Possession of Marijuana – Officer was dispatched to Jackson Shaver, located at 1201 17th Street, in reference to a “Suspicious Odor” report.  Upon arrival, the officer met with the on-duty resident advisor who observed a plastic baggie containing marijuana remnants and residue in a resident’s room.  The resident in question was escorted back to the room by the resident advisor to meet with the officer.  Upon conclusion of a search of the room no other contraband was found.  The marijuana remnants and residue was minimal with no useable amount.  A report was filed.

February 6, 2014
14-2094, 3:24 p.m., Duty Upon Striking – Officer was dispatched to the P37 parking lot, located in the 1100 block of Bearkat Boulevard, in reference to a “Duty Upon Striking an Unattended Vehicle” report.  An Aramark employee reported between 1:00 PM and 3:00 PM today an unknown person damaged her vehicle while parked in the aforementioned parking lot.  According to the complainant, another Aramark employee witnessed a brown truck cause the damage.  A report was filed.

February 5, 2014
At 11:04 PM, an officer responded to the 1100 block of Sycamore Avenue to assist a Huntsville Police Officer with a traffic stop. A supplemental report was completed (14-2062).

February 4, 2014

14-2008, 5:22 p.m., Violation of Student Code of Conduct – Officer was flagged down reference a civil issue at The Woodlands Campus, located at 3380 College Park Drive.  A student reported her vehicle was damaged due to another student opening their vehicle door into her vehicle.  During the investigation the complainant was uncooperative and eventually decided to document the incident.  The officer had both parties involved complete and exchange “Civil Damage” forms.  A report was filed.

14-2020, 10:04 p.m., Damage to University Property – Officers responded to a “Damage to University Property” report at the Center for Biological Field Studies, located at 1866 Fish Hatchery Road.  The Walker County Sheriff’s Department attempted to stop a vehicle that resulted in a vehicle pursuit ending up at the above location. During the pursuit the subject drove through a closed gate at the entrance damaging it.  The subject advised the Walker County Communications Center she was suicidal, wasn’t going to stop and had a handgun.  The Walker County Sheriff’s Department took the subject into custody after the Huntsville Police Department negotiated with her to exit her vehicle.  UPD officer documented the damages to University property.  A report was filed.

February 2, 2014
14-1894 - 10:00 AM: A University Police Officer assisted the Huntsville Police Department on Josey Street where an arrest was made.  A supplement report was completed.

14-1884 - 12:10 AM: Officers were dispatched to the CFS Building (1003 Bowers Boulevard) in reference to a couple arguing. Upon arrival, officers determined a minor assault occurred between a dating couple.  At this time the male was arrested for Class “C” Misdemeanor offense of Assault Family Violence and cited for Public Intoxication.

February 1, 2014
14-1874 - 10:01 PM: Officers were dispatched to Raven Village (2133 Avenue I) in reference to a reported alcohol violation. Upon arrival, officers determined that minors were in possession of alcohol.  These individuals were each issued a Class C Misdemeanor citation for the offense of Minor in Possession of Alcohol.  In addition, the resident of the room in question was found to be in possession of a small amount of marijuana. This student was arrested for the Class B Misdemeanor offense of Possession of Marijuana.  The minors were released on scene.

January 30, 2014
14-1696 At 4:46PM, An officer was dispatched to the 20th Street parking lot, located in the 2000 block of Bowers Boulevard, in reference to a Criminal Mischief report.  Upon arrival, the officer noticed a long freshly “keyed” mark along the passenger side of the victim’s vehicle.  The victim stated that the only person that may be angry with her was an unknown female that she exchanged words with over a parking spot earlier that day. A report was filed.

14-1718 At 9:53PM, Officers assisted the Huntsville Police Department while on a traffic stop in the 1300 block of Sycamore.  Huntsville Police needed an officer to stand-by with the passenger of the vehicle while they conducted Field Sobriety Tests on the driver.  Officers remained on scene until another HPD Officer arrived. Supplemental reports were completed.

14-1747 At 12:44AM, Officers responded to the area that the Huntsville Police Department had an individual attempting to evade on a motorcycle.   Due to the ever changing directions in the Avenues and close proximity to several university owned properties, officers headed that direction to assist. The driver of the motorcycle came to stop at 19th Street and Normal Park.  The subject was arrested for outstanding warrants and Evading Arrest with a Vehicle.  Supplemental reports were completed.

January 29, 2014

14-1603 - 11:32 AM, An officer was dispatched to Bearkat Village, located at 2401 Montgomery Road, in reference to a suspicious odor call.  Resident adviser stated that while conducting rounds she detected the smell of burnt marijuana coming from a room.  Upon contact with the resident, consent was given to search the room.  Search did not yield any illegal substances.  It should be noted that the resident stated that he had smoked marijuana in his room prior to their arrival.  Report was filed.

January 28, 2014
14-1544, 12:06 a.m., Assist Outside Agency/Huntsville Police Department – Officer assisted the Huntsville Police Department at the Encore Apartments, located at 1410 Nottingham, in reference to a “Fight in Progress.”  The officer was a secondary unit on scene as the Huntsville Police Department conducted their investigation.  A report was filed.

January 27, 2014

14-1520, 5:31 p.m., Theft – Officer was dispatched to Raven Village, located at 2133 Avenue I, in reference to a “Theft” report.  A resident reported a white “Nike” soft shell jacket was taken from his laundry on January 26, 2014 between 5:00 PM and 8:00 PM.  At the time of the report the complainant did not wish to file a formal criminal complaint.  A report was filed.

14-1523, 5:50 p.m., Lost Property – Officer was dispatched to the P24 Parking Lot, located in the 2000 block of Avenue J, in reference to a “Lost Property” report.  A student reported she lost her car keys.  The officer checked several buildings with the individual but was unable to locate the keys.  A report was filed.                                         

14-1533, 9:38 p.m., Medical Assist – Officer was dispatched to the Health and Kinesiology Center, located at 801 Bowers Boulevard, in reference to a “Medical Assist” report.  A student reported an injury was sustained while playing basketball.  The Huntsville/Walker Emergency Medical Services was summoned and transported the individual to Huntsville Memorial Hospital for further evaluation.  A report was filed.

January 26, 2014

14-1455, 5:58 PM - Officers from UPD responded to a request for assistance from DPS Highway Patrol. On arrival at the 118 mile marker on IH-45, officers assisted with security on scene and transported involved persons to the Huntsville Police Department.

14-1469, 10:30 PM - A UPD officer discovered fresh graffiti on the top and fourth levels of the Parking Garage, located at1730 Avenue I . The graffiti was a set of unknown words in light blue paint. The scene was documented and an offense report was completed.

14-1422, At 12:52 AM, a UPD officer assisted HPD in locating a vehicle reported to be driving erratically. A supplement report was filed after evidence was located of a crash and later the vehicle was found by HPD.

January 25, 2014
An officer was dispatched to the 1300 17th Street at 12:12 AM, in reference to suspicious odor.  Upon arrival, the officer located the individual associated with the report and began his investigation.  The minor male student reported that he just finished smoking marijuana.  Further investigation revealed that the male was also in possession of alcohol.  The male was issued a Class C Misdemeanor citation for the offense of Minor in Possession of Alcohol (14-1302).

While at Sam Houston Village (1600 Sam Houston Avenue) at 1:57 AM, an officer wrote 12 Class C Misdemeanor citations to university students who were found to be in possession of alcohol while attending a dorm part (14-1350).

14-1403, 10:06 PM, “Suspicious Incident” - A report was taken at Anne Shaver House (located at 1619 Avenue J) after a female resident reported a black sedan driving slowly near her and staring while she walked to the PAC for an event. The female got to the PAC and the vehicle disappeared. It could not be located and there was no evidence that the vehicle intended to cause any alarm to the female. The incident was documented.

January 23, 2014

14-1274, 9:09 AM, An Officer was dispatched to the Smith Hutson Building, located at 1821 Avenue I, in reference to a Credit/Debit Card abuse report.  Upon arrival the Officer was advised that two fraudulent charges were made using the SHSU department credit card.  Report was filed.

January 22, 2014

14-1221, 9:40 a.m., Credit/Debit Card Abuse – Officer was dispatched to ABIV, located at 1921 Avenue J, in reference to a “Credit/Debit Card Abuse” report.  A staff member in the Career Services Department reported several unauthorized transactions on their department purchase card.  A report was filed.

14-1235, 3:56 p.m., Assist Outside Agency/Warrant Service – Officer was dispatched to Bearkat Village (East), located at 2401 Montgomery Road, in reference to a “Suspicious Person” report.  While en-route, the University Police dispatcher advised two black males were reported looking in vehicles.  Upon arrival, the officer located and identified two subjects matching the description.  Both subjects stated they were attempting to sell music compact discs to students and were also on campus visiting a girlfriend as well.  A computerized inquiry into one of the individual’s Texas driver’s license revealed an active arrest warrant issued by the Brazos County Sheriff’s Office.  The wanted person was taken into custody, transported to the Walker County Jail and booked on the aforementioned warrant.  Due to the totality of the circumstances both subjects were issued a “Criminal Trespass Warning” for all of Sam Houston State University property.  The second subject was released.  A report was filed.

14-1252, 9:56 p.m., Assist Outside Agency/Warrant Service – Officer conducted a traffic stop in the 2400 block of Sam Houston Avenue.  While attempting to identify the occupants of the vehicle it was determined the passenger gave the driver her Texas driver’s license for identification purposes.  A computerized inquiry into the driver’s real name and date of birth revealed two active arrest warrants issued by the Huntsville Municipal Court.  The individual was taken into custody for the warrant.  While the officer was speaking with the passenger a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage was detected emanating from her breath.  Due to that subject’s state of intoxication the officer felt she would pose a danger to herself or others if released and was taken into custody as well.  Both individuals were transported to the Walker County Jail, booked and remanded into the custody of the jail staff.  A report was filed.

14-1256, 10:45 p.m., Suspicious Odor – Officer was dispatched to the Farrington Building, located at 1908 Avenue J, in reference to a “Suspicious Odor” call.  Custodian staff on scene reported the odor of natural gas on the first floor.  Upon arrival, the officer detected a gas odor consistent with the heater running.  The Huntsville Fire Department was summoned to the scene to confirm there was no actual natural gas leak.  Upon conclusion of their investigation it was determined to be caused by the heater.  A secondary check of the building later in the shift confirmed this finding with no change.  Due to the circumstances the safety officer was notified upon the initial response to the scene.

14-1259, 11:39 p.m., Public Intoxication – Officer was flagged down in the 2500 block of Sam Houston Avenue, by a Hispanic male subject running northbound and stumbling in the road.  The individual stated he was being chased by subjects and needed help.  While speaking with the subject he was acting very paranoid and nervous.  Additionally, the officer observed the subjects eyes to be dilated, glassy and bloodshot; consistent with possibly on a narcotic.  Furthermore, the officer detected an odor of an alcoholic beverage emanating from the individuals breath.  When asked, the subject stated he ingested “coke” earlier in the night and could not describe who he was being chased by.  The subject stated he first had five beers, then only two brews, then only water.  Due to the subject’s state the officer felt he would pose a danger to himself or others if released.  The individual was taken into custody, transported to the Walker County Jail and remanded into the custody of the jail staff.  A report was filed.

January 21, 2014

14-1190, 1:59 PM - A Theft was reported from the HKC, located at 801 Bowers Boulevard.  The theft occurred on January 20, 2014 around 9 PM from the cubbies located outside the Racquetball courts.  Subject advised the cubby was left unsecure and his cell phone was stolen.  A report was filed.

14-1193, 2:52 PM - Officer responded to an Assist Outside Agency request.  A law enforcement agency was transporting a female suspect who “stabbed” the officer during transport.  The suspect  briefly escaped custody from the transporting officer.  After locating the suspect, A UPD officer provided assistance in securing the suspect to safely complete the transport.  A report was filed.

 14-1201, 4:30 PM - A Burglary of Habitation was reported at Jackson-Shaver Hall, 1201 17th Street.  Subject advised that his TV was removed from his dorm room on December 12, 2013.  Subject advised that an ongoing problem with his suite-mate and believe that his suite-mate has the TV.  The Subject further advised that mutual friends stated that the suite-mate is in possession of the TV and will only return it if the subject meets him “face to face” to “settle” a previous problem. A report was filed and an investigation continues.

January 19, 2014

14-1031, 1:23 PM - Damaged University Property - An officer was dispatched to the Lee Drain Building (located at 1900 Avenue I) in reference to a hot water valve in the janitor closet sink on the third floor, that was left slightly open with the hose carrying over into a mop bucket. The slow trickle of water overflowed from the mop bucket and dripped through the ceilings of the 2nd and 1st floor ceilings. Janitors were called for floor mop. The only speculated damage is the few water soaked square ceiling tiles located on the 2nd and 1st floor ceilings.

January 18, 2014
An officer responded to Raven Village (2133 Avenue I) at 10:06 AM to assist with a reported medical call (14-946).

14-943 - Criminal Trespass - At 5:30 AM, an officer was dispatched to the Steamboat House in the Sam Houston Museum Grounds (1836 Sam Houston Avenue) in reference to an alarm.  Upon arrival, the officer noticed two broken windows and heard hurried footsteps.  Due to the small size of the windows and the rustling of the leaves officers began to search the exterior of the building and surrounding grounds.  Additional officers responded and began searching the museum grounds.    While processing the scene and after the arrival of museum staff, officers entered the building. During a search of the building, officers located one female inside.  The female was arrested for Criminal Trespass and Criminal Mischief due to damages to the interior and exterior of the building. 

January 17, 2014

AT 12:49 AM, an officer observed a male who was crying and stumbling in the 2000 block of Bobby K. Mark Drive.  Upon checking his welfare, the officer determined that the male was very intoxicated.  The male was arrested and charged with the Class C Misdemeanor offense of Public Intoxication (14-856).

Officer were dispatched to Jackson-Shaver Hall (1201 17th Street) at 3:00 AM in reference to a report of public lewdness.  A male and female were observed engaged in a consensual sexual act in a public hallway.  The male and female were identified and a report was completed.  The incident will be forwarded to the Dean of Students' Office for judicial review (14-863).

An officer was dispatched to Lone Star Hall (910 Bearkat) at 3:04 AM to assist with a reported medical call.  Upon arrival, officers located a female university student who was heavily intoxicated.  The female was transported to Huntsville Memorial Hospital, by ambulance, for further evaluation (14-864).

14-890 - 5:16 PM, Possession of Marijuana - An officer was dispatched to Bearkat Village (2400 Montgomery Road) in reference to a Suspicious Odor call. Upon arrival, the officer located a strong odor of Marijuana at a residence.  After making contact with the occupants of the room, voluntary consent was given for a search.  During the search, Marijuana and paraphernalia was located.  One non-student male was arrested for drug offense and was issued a Criminal Trespass Warning.  A Report was filed.

14-936 - 1:28 AM, Officers responded to Sam Houston Village (1600 Sam Houston) after dispatch observed a highly intoxicated subject being carried through the halls.  Upon arrival, it was determined that emergency medical services was needed due to the subject being unconscious.  The subject’s girlfriend (non-student) was also highly intoxicated and was arrested for Public Intoxication.  It should be noted that the girlfriend was very uncooperative giving officers several false names and dates of birth.  It should be noted that she was also charged with Failure to Identify. 

January 16, 2014
At 6:28 PM, an officer responded to the 2424 Montgomery Road to assist the Huntsville Police Department with a officer involved foot pursuit (14-814).

January 15, 2014

14-729, 11:33 AM - An officer was dispatched to the University Police Department regarding a Theft report.  The complainant reported that the theft occurred in the Library on Monday, January 13, 2014.  The complainant advised that he left his wallet unattended on a desk while going to look at a book.  An offense report was filed.

January 14, 2014

14-667, 10:00 a.m., Theft – A student reported that upon returning from the break, several personal items had been stolen from her dormitory.  She contacted her previous roommate that advised she may have taken certain items by mistake when she packed to go home.  The roommate stated she would reimburse her for items that were removed.  It should be noted the victim does not wish to pursue criminal charges for the Theft offense.  Report was filed.

14-673, 1:02 p.m., Theft – An employee at the Dan Rather Communications Building reported that $500 worth of coffee and $50 worth of Advil had been stolen.  The employee could not state exactly how much of both items had been stolen, she could only advise an approximation due to the last ordered inventory being in August.  Report was filed.

January 12, 2014
AT 3:59 PM, officers from UPD responded to the Motel 6 to assist the Huntsville Police Department with a criminal investigation.  A supplement report was created (14-570).

January 13, 2014
14-606, 11:15 a.m., Burglary of Habitation – Officer was dispatched to the Sigma Sigma Sigma House, located at 1660A Avenue I, in reference to a “Suspicious Incident” report.  A resident reported her dorm key was taken from her room on January 12, 2013 between 3:00 PM and 11:30 PM.  According to another resident a black male was observed going into the complainants’ room taking the key between 3:00 PM and 5:00 PM.  The black male was described as a lighter skinned black male, clean shaven, short hair, wearing a grey hoodie, dark jeans and in his twenties.  Additionally, the subject was reported returning at 11:30 PM stating the complainant sent him to get some medication but the witness could not locate the medication.  Furthermore, both subjects stated they did not know the male individual.  A report was filed.

January 11, 2014
An officer responded to US 190 (near the intersection of Highway 19) at 12:15 AM to assist with a traffic stop involving a possible intoxicated driver.   The officer responded due the number of occupants located in the vehicle (14-494).

While conducting a traffic stop in the parking lot of the  Teacher Education Center (1908 Bobby K. Marks Drive) at 3:39 PM, the officer determined that the driver (a female university student) was in possession of contraband.  The female was arrested and charged with the Class B Misdemeanor offense of Possession of Marijuana and the Class C Misdemeanor offense of Possession of Drug Paraphernalia (14-534).

January 9, 2014
An officer responded to the 1000 block of Avenue H at 10:02 PM to assist the Huntsville Police Department with traffic control while an investigation was completed (14-371).

While in the 2500 block of Lake Road at 4:52 AM, officer observed damage to glass doors of a local business.  The Huntsville Police Department was contacted and an officer arrived to complete the burglary report (14-392).

An officer was dispatched to Belvin-Buchanan Hall (1008 17th Street) at 10:07 PM in reference to graffiti found on a concrete planter.  Information was obtained and an offense report was completed (14-418).

January 8, 2014
An officer responded to the CJC (816 17th Street) at 2:35 PM to assist with a reported medical call (14-353).

January 7, 2014
An officer responded to the 1800 block of Fish Hatchery Road at 12:21 AM to assist the Walker County Sheriff's Office with a welfare concern report of a child (14-291).

At 2:54 PM, an officer met with a complainant who reported that their department purchasing credit card had fraudulent charges on the account.  An offense report was filed in reference to this report (14-310).

January 5, 2014
While conducting a traffic stop in the 2000 block of Sam Houston Avenue at 11:31 AM, the officer determined that the driver was wanted on two outstanding warrants of arrest.  The driver was arrested and transported to the Walker County Jail (14-205).

January 3, 2014
At 7:00 AM, officers responded to the 200 block of Evergreen to assist the Huntsville Police Department with a reported shooting (14-110).

An officer responded to the 1000 block of 12th Street at 11:50 PM to assist a Huntsville Police Officer's request for assistance with a combative individual (14-147).

January 2, 2014
An officer responded to the 700 block of Hayman Street at 8:13 AM to assist the Huntsville Police Department in reference to a reported aggravated robbery (14-117).

January 1, 2014
An officer was dispatched to White Hall (2101 Avenue I) at 3:30 PM in reference to a report of vandalism.  Upon arrival, officer met with complainant who reported that an unknown person(s) removed the front cover on two fire extinguisher cabinets causing damage to the cabinet.  An offense report was completed (14-20).


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