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Police Reports: March 5, 2021

  • On Feb. 24 at 4:15 p.m., a male reported seeing an unidentified male pull on car door handles from his residence on the 900 block of Rebecca Place. The male yelled at him from his window and the suspect fled northbound on Rebecca Place. Officers arrived and searched the area, but could not find the suspect. The incident is still under investigation.

 

  • BUPD observed an unaffiliated male urinating while walking southbound on the 800 block of N. Bourland Avenue on March 3 at approximately 5 p.m. When officers talked to the suspect, he told police that he had tried to use the restroom in other places, but had decided to urinate on the sidewalk since no one would let him in. Officers issued him a municipal ordinance violation notice, which included a $250 fine.

 

  • On March 2 between midnight and 1 a.m., a male employee of the university called BUPD because his vehicle had been searched through. The victim told police that he parked his vehicle on the ground level of the main street parking deck and left his door unlocked. When he came back, he found that his car was broken into and $34 worth of property was stolen. Officers could not find any suspects or additional information.

 

  • A female student at the St. James apartment complex observed an unidentified male pull on car door handles in a parking lot on the 900 block of Bradley Avenue on March 1 at approximately 11:45 p.m. The student told BUPD that she had yelled at him and the suspect proceeded to flee behind the apartment complex and then toward N. University Street. The suspect tried to enter six vehicles that were locked. Officers searched the area and could not locate the suspect.

 

  • On Feb. 22 at 11 a.m. at the Dollar Tree in Campustown, a female student reported that she was followed by an unaffiliated male in the store. The student told officers that every time she went down a different aisle, the suspect would follow her into that aisle. The suspect never said anything to her, but she said that his presence made her feel uncomfortable. The student befriended an unaffiliated female in the store and pretended to shop with her, and the female helped return the student to her residence where she called BUPD. The incident is still under investigation.
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