Friday, November 28, 2008

Police Beat #17

Happy day after Thanksgiving. I hope you all had a great holiday and are enjoying Black Friday. I personally do not do much shopping today since my husband always goes to work (and I don't like dealing with kids and crowds). If I do any Christmas shopping it will be via the Internet. Whether you are out shopping or staying home today, here is this week's Police Beat for you to enjoy.

Nov. 10: Students in Foreign Language Student Residence called in a fire in their apartment. One student ran the automatic cleaning cycle on the oven without realizing that another had left a rag in the oven. The apartment received only minor smoke damage.

Nov. 10: A female student reported receiving an obscene phone call from a man speaking in an accent and identifying himself as "Oscar." Police are investigating the incident.

Nov. 12: Bookstore security reported seeing a female student enter a dressing room with multiple items and leaving with nothing. Police found the student with four skirts and three books valued at $100 total. The student was issued a citation and the case was submitted to the city for prosecution.

Nov. 12: A suspicious duffel bag was discovered in a landscaped area near the Richards Building. Police discovered that the bag was empty.

Nov. 13: A car driving near Helaman Halls was struck on the windshield by uncooked eggs. The suspects were gone when police arrived.

Scripture of the Day: JS-M 1:37


  1. I have enjoyed reading your blog. Being a new "blogger" myself, I came across yours rather accidentally and have very much enjoyed it. I particularly loved the story about the agate in the temple windows. We recently went to the Mesa temple and saw the agate in the skylight. Thanks for sharing that story.


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