The UVU Police Beat

By Tiffany Thatcher
Asst. News Editor

 

Taken from the police report as the officers wrote it

 

11/23/11

8:56 p.m.

A traffic stop was made for a traffic violation. During the stop, methamphetamine was found in the vehicle. The driver was arrested and transported to the Utah County Jail.

 

11/28/11

9:37 a.m.

I responded to a report of a male having a seizure in the LA building. Upon arrival, I determined the male had a syncope episode. The male was evaluated by Orem Paramedics and released on scene.

 

9:42 a.m.

I responded to the Liberal Arts building on a report of a seizure. Rescue responded and cleared the patient.

 

12:13 p.m.

I responded to the Sorensen Center parking lot on a report of a female subject having a seizure. When I arrived, I determined that the female subject had passed out. Medical support arrived and released the female subject at the scene.

 

2:22 p.m.

I responded to the testing center on a report of a subject who had slipped and fallen in the women’s bathroom. I met with the subject and took a report in the incident.

 

2:55 p.m.

I responded to an accident in the Sorensen Center Visitor parking lot. The accident was between a Volkswagen Cabriolet and a Toyota Corolla. The Cabriolet traveling south struck the Corolla traveling south while the Corolla was trying to pass the Cabriolet since it was trying to park in a parking stall. Damage to both vehicles was very minor and both drivers exchanged information.

 

5:26 p.m.

I responded to a report of a pregnant female who had collapsed in the McKay Education Building. The female was evaluated and released on scene by Orem Paramedics.

 

10:44 a.m.

I responded to a report of two males protesting on campus. I located the males near the Student Center and discovered they were preaching their religious beliefs. It was determined the men were exercising their freedom of speech but were also violating school policy by not requesting a location for their activity. The men were relocated near the Library and allowed to continue.

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