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Police Reports: April 8, 2022

  • At 10 a.m. on April 1 in Williams Hall, a female student made a threatening comment to her former roommate. Back in November, the two students were roommates and one female told her roommate that she was upset with her snoring. The roommate jokingly responded, “What are you going to do about it?” The other girl then responded, “I’ll kill you” and later stated how easy it would be to smother her with a pillow while she slept. The victim of the threat reported it to the resident advisers and the two were separated, seemingly resolving the situation. However, the issue resurfaced because the suspect began giving her ex-roommate the silent treatment and weird stares. At this time, no further action aside from reporting the incident has occurred.

  • Around 9:27 p.m. on April 1 in the Delta Upsilon fraternity parking lot, a shotspotter call turned out to be fireworks shot off by students. BUPD responded to the activation in the south east corner of the fraternity house. A second activation went off in the same location. While one of the officers was approaching the building, multiple members of the fraternity were shooting off fireworks in the parking lot. The students were told what they were doing was illegal and were instructed to stop.

  • At 1:22 p.m on April 5 on N. MacArthur Highway and SW. Adams St., a suspect threw an item out of his vehicle window, causing damage to another vehicle that was traveling directly behind. The object made a chip in the windshield of the car that was struck. The victim took a picture of the suspect’s vehicle and license plate. The police plan to follow up on the incident but need to talk with a witness before speaking with the suspect.

  • Throughout the day on March 30, an unknown individual entered three vehicles in a parking lot in the St. James apartment complex with no forced entry. In two of the vehicles, nothing was taken, but the center console and glove compartments were rummaged through. In the third vehicle, a necklace worth $1,900 was stolen. No arrests have been made at this time.
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