Thursday, October 23, 2008

Police Beat #12

Time for a good laugh! Hope this brightens your day.

A student reported suffering a dislocated shoulder following a miscalculated high-five.

An 18-year-old female student was a victim of a water gun attack. The victim reported on Sept. 20 that someone shot at her with a water gun and ruined her new hymn book. The victim was walking home from tunnel singing just south of the Marriot Center when the water gun was squirted. The suspects were apprehended and will replace the hymn book and make restitution. No criminal charges have been made.

At Cougar Stadium Saturday afternoon, a boy was assaulted by a man at the BYU-San Jose St. football game. Police said the boy spilled his cup of ice water and got the man wet and he attempted to clean up the mess with his coat. Police said the man grabbed the boy and shook him. Police said the boy spilled again on another man later on who grabbed his nose and told him to stop. The case is still under investigation.

{The following one sounds like me trying to get my kids to practice piano and/or go to their lessons. This mother should be awarded a medal, not prosecuted!}

A piano teacher observed a nine-year-old boy and his mother striking each other and wrestling on the ground in front of Wymount Terrace when the boy refused to go to his piano lesson on Jan. 14. The incident was reported to the Utah Division of Family Services.

A student employee driving a paint truck accidentally ran over another student Tuesday at Wymount Terrace. The students were painting a wall and after finishing, they began to engage in horseplay. The victim hid under the truck. Another student then got into the truck and accidentally ran over the victim. The injured student was rushed to Utah Valley Regional Medical Center and is listed in stable condition.

Scripture of the Day: Mosiah 7:30


  1. Big week for the hoodlums of BYU this week!!

  2. The miscalculated high five is almost too much to take. So funny! Is it ok if I repost that one on my blog?


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