Campus Crime Reports: Spring Break

Crime reports released by the Texas Tech Police Department for March 8 – March 17, 2013.

March 8

  • A Texas Tech Officer investigated a burglary of a vehicle, which occurred in the Z4P parking lot.  An I-pod auxiliary cable and a “Garmin” GPS was taken from an unsecured vehicle.
  • A Texas Tech Officer investigated suspicious activity, which occurred at Talkington Residence Hall.  Components and chemicals used to manufacture methamphetamine were found in a resident’s room.
  • A Texas Tech Officer investigated a theft, which occurred at the Biology Building.  A computer charger and several computer cords were taken.
  • A Texas Tech Officer investigated a theft, which occurred in the Mass Communications Building.  A wallet and its contents were taken.
  • A Texas Tech Officer documented a code of student conduct violation, which occurred in Weymouth Residence Hall.  A compound bow and arrows were located in a dorm room.
  • A Texas Tech Officer investigated burglary of a vehicle, which occurred in the Z4N parking lot.  An unsecured vehicle was entered and shoes and a Nintendo DS were taken

March 9

  • No entries.

March 10

  • A Texas Tech Officer documented damage property, which occurred at the John Walker Soccer Field Complex.  A light pole fell on the Westside of the Complex, causing damage to the pole and the Westside awning of the indoor soccer facility.
  • A Texas Tech Officer arrested a non-student for two outstanding Lubbock County Sheriff’s Department warrants, which occurred in the 2200 block of 19th Street following a traffic stop.  The non-student was transported to the Lubbock County Jail.  The vehicle was left legally parked in the Taco Villa parking lot in the 2200 block of 19th Street.

March 11

  • A Texas Tech Officer investigated theft, which occurred at the Texas Tech Main Library.  $17.75 in U.S. currency was taken from an unsecured desk.
  • A Texas Tech Officer documented a medical, which occurred in the Student Recreation Center.  A student fainted on a treadmill and struck her head on the floor. Emergency Medical Services transported the student to University Medical Center Emergency Room.

March 12

  • A Texas Tech Officer arrested a non-student for three outstanding Lubbock County Sheriff’s Department warrants, following a traffic stop in the 3500 block of 10th Street.  The non-student was transported to the Lubbock County Jail.  The vehicle was impounded by Lubbock Wrecker Service.

March 13

  • A Texas Tech Officer investigated a traffic accident, with minor injuries, which occurred in the 3200 block of Main Street.  An injured staff member was transported to University Medical Center Emergency Room by Emergency Medical Services.

March 14

  • No entries.

March 15

  • A Texas Tech Officer arrested a non-student for driving while license invalid, following a traffic stop in the 1700 block of Texas Tech Parkway. The non-student was transported to the Lubbock County Jail and his vehicle was released to a responsible party.

March 16

  • A Texas Tech Officer investigated a traffic accident, with possible injures, in the S-1 parking lot.
  • A Texas Tech Officer arrested a student for theft of a bicycle from the East bicycle racks at the Texas Tech Library.  The student was transported to the Lubbock County Jail.
  • A Texas Tech Officer arrested a student for driving while intoxicated, following an observed traffic violation at the intersection of Broadway Street and University Avenue. The student was transported to the Lubbock County Jail and his vehicle was released to a responsible party.

March 17

  • A Texas Tech Officer investigated theft of U.S currency from at dorm room at Weymouth Residence Hall.
  • A Texas Tech Officer arrested a non-student for theft of a bicycle, public intoxication and released pending the filing of charges for criminal trespass on the Marsha Sharp Freeway pedestrian bridge #1, following the report of an unconscious person in need of medical assistance.  Emergency Medical Services personnel responded, but the non-student refused medical treatment.  The non-student was transported to the Lubbock County Jail.  The stolen bicycle was released to the owner.
  • A Texas Tech Officer arrested a non-student for public intoxication at the intersection of 18th Street and Indiana Avenue.  The non-student was transported to the Lubbock County Jail.
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