To report an incident to the UVU police department call, (801) 863-5555.
Nov. 30-A vehicle at Pioneer Crossing in Lehi crossed the median and drove on the wrong side of the road for more than a mile. UVU Police assisted in the response.
Nov. 30-An officer received a report of two suspicious men near the track and field. Upon arrival the officer couldn’t find the men, nor did he see anything suspicious.
Nov. 30-Dispatch responded to reports of a man walking around the parking lot, looking into cars. The officer couldn’t find anyone, but received word that it was an elderly man just waiting for a ride and had been picked up.
Nov. 30-An officer was called to an alarm that read as a panic alarm, but no panic alarm had been set off. The officer determined it sounded due to a low battery. The battery was then changed while the officer stood by.
Dec. 1-A UVU vehicle backed out of the loading dock area of the student life center and hit the driver’s side of a parked, private car. No injuries were reported.
Dec. 1-An officer was asked to call a female student who reported that a man had followed her to her car and asked her for sexual favors. The woman told him she was married. No other information was included in the report.
Dec. 3-Dispatch responded to parking lot 10 for a welfare check on a man with Down syndrome who appeared to be lost. The man was found and released to his family.
Dec. 3-A person reported they had seen a man with a black holster. The woman asked the man if she could see his gun and he refused. Upon arrival to the scene, the officer was unable to locate the man.
Dec. 3-An officer responded to the LGBT office in the LA building, where a man had entered, used abusive language and left.
Dec. 3-Dispatch assisted in a medical report of a student who was bleeding from the head. The officer arrived to find the patient no longer bleeding and not wanting further medical attention. The wound appeared to be from a previous acne scar.
Dec. 4-Event staff asked an officer to remove a man from Centre Stage. The man was escorted out of the building.
Dec. 4-A woman reported receiving unwanted pornographic pictures on her phone. The officer was unable to locate any other information.
Dec. 4-An officer was asked to help with a Saudi Days party and reported that the group was dressed “in the homeland attire” and had a large amount of food for all who came. He reported there were no problems and the group quietly ended their party at 9 p.m.