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Police Reports: February 28, 2019

• A university employee reported vandalism in the form of homophobic slurs carved into doors in a bathroom of the Business and Engineering Convergence Center on Feb. 19. No suspects have been identified.

• On Feb. 22, a male reported that someone had gone through his vehicle, which was parked at the 1600 block of W. Main St. Several other vehicles were also found to have been rummaged through. BUPD is still investigating.

• On Feb. 22, at approximately 1 a.m. a BUPD officer observed a group of people arguing in the back of a room in the student center. One male pushed another and the argument escalated into a fight. The officer attempted to break it up, and was struck in the back and face. The officer was not injured, but the males were not identified.

• A female student reported to BUPD at approximately 10 p.m. Feb. 23 that she saw a male whose presence was concerning to her. The male did not say or do anything to the complainant or her friends, but she had reported he had his hand in his left pocket strangely. The male was not located.

• A clerk at the Campustown CVS called BUPD because three males were threatening to assault him at approximately 4 p.m. Feb. 23. One male refused to cooperate with police and was arrested.

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