Sticky Fingers & An Overdose: Campus Crime Report

Crime reports released by the Texas Tech Police Department for April 12-14, 2013.

April 12

  • A Texas Tech Officer investigated a traffic accident, without injuries, which occurred in the Media and Communications Service drive.  A university vehicle struck another vehicle.
  • A Texas Tech Officer documented a medical, which occurred in the Music Building.  A non-student fell, struck her head,  and cut her hand on the floor. Emergency Medical Services transported the student to University Medical Center Emergency Room.
  • A Texas Tech Officer issued a non-student and a student, Lubbock County citations for possession of alcohol by minor, which occurred in Knapp Residence Hall. Both subjects signed the citations and were released.
  • A Texas Tech Officer detained a student in the Z4M parking lot. The student was released pending the filing of charges for public intoxication.  Emergency Medical Services transported the student to University Medical Center Emergency Room.
  • A Texas Tech Officer issued a student a Lubbock County citation for consumption of alcohol by minor, which occurred at Chitwood Residence Hall. The student signed the citation and was released.
  • A Texas Tech Officer investigated false alarm or report, which occurred in Murdough Residence Hall. A fire alarm pull station was activated.
  • A Texas Tech Officer investigated criminal mischief which occurred at Murdough Residence Hall. Nine ceiling tiles and one exit sign were damaged.
  • A Texas Tech Officer arrested a student for driving while intoxicated and issued another student a Lubbock County citation for consumption of alcohol by minor, in the 2500 block of Broadway Street. The driver was transported to the Lubbock County Jail. The passenger signed the citation and was released. The vehicle was impounded by Lubbock Wrecker Service.

April 13

  • A Texas Tech Officer investigated burglary of a vehicle, which occurred in the Z4P parking lot. The back windshield of the secured vehicle was shattered and a CD player was taken.
  • A Texas Tech Officer investigated theft, which occurred at the north bike racks of Gordon Hall. A secured Jamiz bicycle was taken.
  • A Texas Tech Officer arrested a non-student for driving while license invalid, following a traffic stop in the 3600 block of 10th Street. The non-student was transported to the Lubbock County Jail.  The vehicle was released to a family member.
  • A Texas Tech Officer issued a student a citation for possession of alcohol by minor, which occurred in Weymouth Residence Hall.  The student signed the citation and was released.
  • A Texas Tech Officer arrested a student for public intoxication, which occurred in the Z3E parking lot.  The student was transported to the Lubbock County Jail.
  • A Texas Tech Officer arrested a student for public intoxication and possession of alcohol by minor, which occurred in the Z3E parking lot.  The student was transported to the Lubbock County Jail.
  • A Texas Tech Officer investigated criminal mischief, which occurred in Murdough Residence Hall.  Seven ceiling tiles were damaged.

April 14

  • A Texas Tech Officer investigated a theft, which occurred at the south bike racks of Murray Residence Hall. A secured orange bicycle was taken.
  • A Texas Tech Officer investigated a traffic accident, without injuries, which occurred in the 1400 block of Flint Avenue.
  • A Texas Tech Officer documented a medical, which occurred at Weymouth Residence Hall.  A student was transported to the University Medical Center Emergency Room by Emergency Medical Services after overdosing on cough syrup.

 

 

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