Daily Police Activity

January 30, 2015
15-1491, 12:31 AM, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia: A non-student was stopped for a traffic violation in
the 1600 block of Avenue M. During the traffic stop, it was determined that the subject was in possession of drug paraphernalia. The subject was arrested and given a criminal trespass warning for SHSU property.

15-1496, 7:06 AM, Warrant Service:  An officer located a wanted individual through this department in the 1300 block of Smither Driver.  The individual was arrested and transported to the Walker County Jail where they were booked on the outstanding warrant of arrest.

January 29, 2015
15-1425, 2:18 AM, Assist Other Agency: An officer checked by with a Huntsville Police Department officer on a traffic stop on Sam Houston Avenue near the museum grounds. The traffic stop resulted in the driver being arrested for driving while intoxicated. A report (supplement) was filed.

15-1433, 10:13 AM, Assist Other Agency: An officer assisted the Huntsville Police Department at the scene of a reported Robbery (in progress) at Brook Place Apartments 5020 (Sam Houston Avenue). The offense was not in progress when the officers arrived.

15-1439, 12:01 PM, Sexual Assault: A female student reported that a known suspect sexually assaulted her January 24, 2015 at her on campus residence. An initial report has been completed and an investigation initiated. It should be noted that a suspect has been identified and there is not an ongoing threat to the University community.

15-1443, 1:38 PM, Assault: A student reported that she was assaulted by another student while at the LSC (1802 Avenue I) earlier in the day, at approximately 12:30 PM. An offense report was completed and an investigation is ongoing.

15-1444, 1:57 PM, Burglary of a Vehicle: A student reported that an unknown suspect entered her vehicle, which was parked at Raven Village (2100 block of Avenue I), and took property without consent.

15-1454, 4:40 PM, Crash (minor): A vehicle was rear-ended by another vehicle in the 800 block of Bowers Boulevard. There were no injuries and an accident report was filed.

15-1464, 8:45 PM, Theft: Two students reported that their iPhones were stolen while they were playing basketball at the HKC (801 Bowers Boulevard). An offense report was completed.

15-1480, 10:23 PM, Burglary of a Residence: A resident of Belvin-Buchanan Hall reported that sometime over a 5-day time span an unknown suspect entered her room and took property (a laptop computer) without her consent. An offense report was completed.


January 28, 2015
15-1370, 11:55 AM, Duty Upon Striking: Witness reported observing a driver strike an unattended vehicle with her vehicle then depart the scene without leaving appropriate notice. Subsequent investigation revealed the identity of both the suspect and the victim, and the suspect provided civil damage information.

January 26, 2015
15-1263, Medical Assist, 2:58 PM:  An officer was dispatched to the Houston Building (1700 University Avenue) to assist with a reported  medical call.  Subsequently, an individual was transported by EMS to Huntsville Memorial Hospital for further evaluation. 
15-1286, Possession of Marijuana, 9:34 PM:  While conducting a traffic stop in the 800 block of 17th Street, the officer determined that the driver (a male university student) was in possession of an open container of alcohol.  Upon further investigation, the officer determined that the driver was also in possession of contraband.  The male driver was arrested and charged with Subject was arrested and charged with Possession of Marijuana, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Minor in Possession of Alcohol.

15-1291, Assist Other Agency, 9:54 PM: An officer assisted the Huntsville Police Department with the arrest of a subject who was resisting arrest. A supplement report was filed for Huntsville Police Department’s case.
 
15-1293, Assist Other Agency/Warrant Service, 10:15 PM: An officer arrested an individual in the 2300 block of Bobby K. Marks Drive on outside agency warrants.

*Received a report from a Campus Security Authority (CSA) indicating that they had spoken with a female student who reported that she was sexually assaulted in her on-campus residence by a known male.  At this time the victim has not chosen to seek assistance from the University Police Department.

January 25, 2015
15-1203, Assist Other Agency/Warrant Service, 8:12 AM: An officer arrested an individual in the 500 block of Bowers Boulevard on outside agency warrants.

15-1204, Assist Other Agency/Warrant Service, 9:16 AM. An officer arrested an individual in the 1600 block of Sycamore Avenue on outside agency warrants.

15-1225, Minor Accident, 7:56 PM: Officer responded to the 1600 block of Bobby K. Marks Drive to investigate a minor motor vehicle Accident.  While on scene, the officer determined that an individual backed his vehicle into a parked vehicle. The officer was able to locate the operator of the vehicle and an accident report was completed.

15-1230, Medical Assist, 10:05 PM: An officer responded the HKC (801 Bowers Boulevard) after an individual’s right arm became numb after doing pulls ups. Emergency medical services were summoned to the scene transported the individual to Huntsville Memorial Hospital for evaluation.


January 24, 2015
15-1145, Assist Other Agency/Warrant Service: At 1:13 AM, an officer arrested an individual at 1901 Sycamore Avenue on outside agency warrants.

15-1147, Assist Other Agency/Warrant Service, 8:41 AM: An officer arrested an individual at 1600 Sam Houston Avenue on outside agency warrants.

15-1156, Criminal Trespass Warning Issued, 3:24 PM:  While providing police services during an athletic event being held in the Johnson Coliseum (1964 Bobby K Marks Drive), a SFA fan was removed from the coliseum for being unruly and using foul language. The individual was issued a “Criminal Trespass Warning” for all SHSU property.


January 23, 2015
15-1083, Assist Other Agency/Warrant Service: At 8:41 AM, an officer arrested an individual at 555 Bowers Boulevard on outside agency warrants.

January 22, 2015
15-1028, Possession of Marijuana: At 12:01 AM, officers responded to a report of a student suspected to be in possession of marijuana at Elliot Hall. The investigation revealed that a student was in possession of both marijuana and paraphernalia. The student was arrested and taken to the Walker County Jail. The contraband items were collected, and an offense report was completed.

15-1049, Damaged Vehicle: At 2:25 PM, an officer responded to a report of a vehicle which had been damaged by a fallen tree limb while parked in the P-23 parking lot (2100 block of Avenue I).
 
15-1077, Burglary of a Residence: At 11:06 PM, officers responded to Lone Star Hall (910 Bearkat Boulevard to speak with several students regarding a burglary. The investigation revealed that an unknown suspect had entered an unlocked room and had taken property without the owner’s consent. An offense report was completed.


January 21, 2015

15-989, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia: At 3:44 PM, an officer responded to investigate a suspicious odor at Bearkat Village (2400 block Montgomery Road). Upon investigation, it was determined that a student was in possession of several items of drug paraphernalia, including items for consumption and distribution. The student was issued a citation, the contraband items were collected, and an offense report was completed. 

January 20, 2014
15-909 - Poss. of Marijuana / Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, 1:40 AM:  While conducting a traffic stop in the 1800 block of Bobby K. Marks Drive, the officer detected the odor of marijuana emitting from the vehicle.  During the officer investigations, marijuana was discovered during the vehicle search. The driver was arrested for possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.  An offense report was completed.

15-914, Crash: At 8:41 AM, an officer responded to a crash in the P-24 parking lot (2000 block Avenue J). A pickup truck headed eastbound collided with a passenger car headed southbound, which then struck parked vehicles. There was no injuries reported.

15-945, Fire Alarm: At 9:38 PM, officers responded to a fire alarm at Spivey House. Source was determined to be overheated grease on the kitchen stove. There were no injuries nor property damage. Huntsville Fire Department responded and ventilated the smoke from the building. It should be noted that it was determined that there were no flames associated with this incident. A report was completed.

15-947, Assist Other Agency: At 9:55 PM, an officer involved in the search for a subject reported to be both armed and suicidal driving a 1999 Ford F-350 located the vehicle being driven northbound on Sam Houston Avenue. The suspect fled when a traffic stop was initiated. Officers from several agencies were involved in the following pursuit, which went south into Montgomery County briefly before heading back into Walker County on SH-75. The suspect claimed at one point that he would not be taken alive and that he had explosives in his vehicle. Officers were able to place spike strips in the vehicle's path as it headed northbound into New Waverly, causing all of the vehicle's tires to deflate. The vehicle pursuit ended several miles north of New Waverly when the suspect rammed through a gate and fled on foot into the woods. The suspect later walked out of the woods and gave himself up. Huntsville Police Department was the primary agency involved, and several SHSUPD officers filed supplemental reports.

January 18, 2015
15-852, Graffiti, 5:18 PM: An officer was dispatched to Old Main Pit (1000 block 17th Street) in reference to a report of graffiti.  The officer located the damage and documented the graffiti found.  An offense report was completed.

January 17, 2014
15-732, Possession of Marijuana, 1:16 PM: An officer was dispatched to Bearkat Village (2400 block Montgomery Road) in reference to a report of a suspicious odor.  Upon arrival and investigation, it was determined that the occupants of the residence admitted to smoking marijuana and being in possession of a minute amount.  Information was obtained at the scene and a report was completed.  The offense will be referred to the Dean of Students’ Office and the Department of Residence Life for Judicial Review.

15-784, Possession of Marijuana, 1:10 AM: An officer was dispatched to Estill Hall (1002 16th Street) in reference to a reported suspicious odor. Upon arrival and investigation, the officer arrested a female non-student with the offenses of possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.  Additionally, the other females in the room were issued citations for the offense of Minor in Possession of Alcohol. An offense report was completed.

15-788, Public Intoxication Minor, 3:15 AM: An underage student was found in Lone Star Hall lobby (910 Bearkat Boulevard) who was severely intoxicated. Ultimately, the student was admitted to Huntsville Memorial Hospital for further evaluation. A report was filed and will be sent to the Department of Residence Life and the Dean of Students of Office for a Judicial Review of policy violations.

15-798, AOA Warrant Service, 10:53 AM: An officer located subject with an outstanding warrant at 5050 Sam Houston Avenue. The individual was arrested and transported to the Walker County Jail.

15-803, AOA Warrant Service, 2:48 PM: An officer located subject with outstanding warrant at 1401 14th Street.  The individual was arrested and transported to the Walker County Jail.

January 16, 2015
15-691, 12:12 AM, Assist Outside Agency/HPD: Officers responded to the Jolly Fox, located at 2504 Sam Houston Avenue, to assist the Huntsville Police Department with an uncooperative intoxicated subject. The Huntsville Police Department took the subject into custody for “Resisting Arrest” and “Public Intoxication”.

15-704, 2:26 AM, Assault: Family Violence / Terroristic Threat: Family Member: An officer was dispatched to Vick House, located at 1929 Avenue I, in reference to an “Assault: Famly Violence” report. A resident reported she was assaulted by her roommate that arrived to retrieve some property. While the roommate was present, she got into a verbal argument with the complainant that escalated to a physical altercation. When asked, the complainant expressed she wished to file a formal criminal complaint and signed a “Prosecution” Form. Arrest warrants for “Assault: Causes Bodily Injury” – Family Member and “Terroristic Threat: Family Member”; both Class “A” Misdemeanors will be sought as a result.

15-709, AOA Warrant Service, 8:16 AM: While conducting an off-campus follow-up investigation in the 2700 block of 11th Street, the officer determined that the female he was interviewing was wanted on an outstanding warrant of arrest.  The female was arrested and transported to the Walker County Jail.

15-722, Duty Upon Striking, 11:31 AM: Officer met with complainant who reported that their vehicle was damaged while unattended in the P24 lot (2000 block of Avenue J). An offense report was completed.

15-729, Medical Assist, 1:02 PM: The University Police Department received a report of an individual at Raven Nest Golf Course (457 IH-45 South) was struck by golf ball and declined further medical assistance.

January 15, 2014
15-581, 12:16 AM, Failure to Identify: An officer initiated a traffic stop in the 1800 block of Sam Houston Avenue. During the contact, the driver provided a false name when asked multiple times to identify himself. The subject then finally provided his correct identifying information. Subsequently, the individual was taken into custody and transported to the Walker County Jail. At the jail, the subject was charged with “Failure to Identify”, a Class “B” Misdemeanor offense.

15-622, 11:53 AM, Duty Upon Striking: An officer was dispatched to the University Police Department, located at 2424 Sam Houston Avenue, in reference to a “Duty Upon Striking” report. A student reported that their vehicle was damaged while parked in the P36 parking lot, located in the 1600 block of Avenue J, on January 13th between 10:00 PM and January 14th at 4:00 PM. The complainant signed a “Non-Prosecution” form indicating they did not wish to file a formal criminal complaint.

15-647, 3:32 PM, Assist Outside Agency/Warrant Service: An officer conducted a traffic stop in the 2100 block of Sycamore Avenue. A computerized inquiry into the driver’s Texas driver’s license revealed two active arrest warrants issued by the Huntsville Municipal Court. Subsequently, the driver was taken into custody, transported to the Walker County Jail, booked on the aforementioned warrants.

January 14, 2015
15-565, 8:52 PM, Assist Outside Agency/HPD: An officer responded to the 900 block of Trinity Cut-Off in reference to assist with a female search by request of the Huntsville Police Department. The subject was taken into custody by the Huntsville Police Department for “Driving While Intoxicated.”

15-580, 11:57 PM, Assist Outside Agency/Warrant Service: An officer initiated a traffic stop in the 2500 block of Sam Houston Avenue and determined that the driver was wanted on two active arrest warrants issued by the Huntsville Municipal Court. Subsequently, the subject was taken into custody, transported to the Walker County Jail, booked on the aforementioned warrants and remanded into the custody of the jail staff.

January 13, 2014
15-476, 2:05 PM, Credit/Debit Card Abuse: An officer was dispatched to the University Police Department to meet with a student who reported several unauthorized transactions on her Bearkat One Card.  The subject filed an offense report.

15-493, 10:05 PM, Missing Person: An officer was dispatched to Sam Houston Village (1600 Sam Houston Avenue) in reference to a report of a missing student.  The parents of the student reported that they were unable to reach their son via telephone and were concerned for his welfare.  On January 14, 2014, the male student in question was located in another city.  The parents were contacted and informed of the situation.

January 12, 2014
15-387, Medical Assist, 8:20 AM:  An officer was dispatched to the Estill Building (1903 University Avenue) in reference to an individual who slipped and fell to the ground inside the building. 

January 11, 2015
15-381, Damaged University Property, 8:27 PM:  A water pump motor in a mechanical room of the Coliseum (1964 Bobby K Marks Drive) malfunctioned and caused water in the respective fittings to leak.  HVAC workers were summoned to the scene who disconnected the power supply to the pump and rerouted water away.  Images of the damage were taking and were attached to a completed incident report.

January 9, 2015
15-307, Assist Other Agency, 12:25 PM:  An individual was arrested at the Public Safety Services Parking Office after it was determined that the individual had five outstanding warrants of arrest.  The individual was transported to the Walker County Jail.

January 7, 2015
15-212, Criminal Mischief:  At 11:08 AM, an officer took a report of criminal mischief.  A 2006 Honda four door, parked in the P-24 parking lot (2000 block of Avenue J), received damage to the rear window by unknown means.  An offense report was completed.

January 6, 2015
15-177, Credit Card/Debit Card Abuse, 3:41 PM:  An employee with the Biology Department reported finding fraudulent charges on their department's purchasing credit card.  The card was properly secured when the charges were incurred.  An offense report was completed.

January 5, 2015
15-145, Damaged University Property, 11:13 PM:  An officer observed a damaged light post on the west side of Academic Building I, located at 1803 Avenue I.  The pole appears to have been struck by a large object.  A report was completed.

15-581, 12:16 AM, Failure to Identify: An officer initiated a traffic stop in the 1800 block of Sam Houston Avenue. During the contact, the driver provided a false name when asked multiple times to identify himself. The subject then finally provided his correct identifying information. Subsequently, the individual was taken into custody and transported to the Walker County Jail. At the jail, the subject was charged with “Failure to Identify”, a Class “B” Misdemeanor offense.

15-691, 12:12 AM, Assist Outside Agency/HPD: Officers responded to the Jolly Fox, located at 2504 Sam Houston Avenue, to assist the Huntsville Police Department with an uncooperative intoxicated subject. The Huntsville Police Department took the subject into custody for “Resisting Arrest” and “Public Intoxication”.

15-704, 2:26 AM, Assault: Family Violence / Terroristic Threat: Family Member: An officer was dispatched to Vick House, located at 1929 Avenue I, in reference to an “Assault: Famly Violence” report. A resident reported she was assaulted by her roommate that arrived to retrieve some property. While the roommate was present, she got into a verbal argument with the complainant that escalated to a physical altercation. When asked, the complainant expressed she wished to file a formal criminal complaint and signed a “Prosecution” Form. Arrest warrants for “Assault: Causes Bodily Injury” – Family Member and “Terroristic Threat: Family Member”; both Class “A” Misdemeanors will be sought as a result.

15-1203, Assist Other Agency/Warrant Service, 8:12 AM: An officer arrested an individual at 1600 Sam Houston Avenue on outside
agency warrants.

15-1204, Assist Other Agency/Warrant Service, 9:16 AM. An officer arrested an individual at 1600 Sam Houston Avenue on outside
agency warrants.

15-1225, Minor Accident, 7:56 PM: Officer responded to the 1600 block of Bobby K. Marks Drive to investigate a minor motor vehicle
Accident.  While on scene, the officer determined that an individual backed his vehicle into a parked vehicle. The officer was able to
locate the operator of the vehicle and an accident report was completed.

15-1230, Medical Assist, 10:05 PM: An officer responded the HKC (801 Bowers Boulevard) after an individual’s right arm became numb
after doing pulls ups. Emergency medical services were summoned to the scene transported the individual to Huntsville Memorial Hospital for evaluation.


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