From Sept. 25 to Sept. 28, four instances of criminal activity were reported by the Utah Valley University campus police. This information comes from a report given to The Review from campus police in this week’s Campus Crime Report.
On Sept. 25, at 12:21 a.m., a campus officer observed a vehicle traveling the wrong way through the Wolverine Way and College Drive roundabout. The officer conducted a traffic stop with the individual and found the unidentified driver to be under the influence of alcohol.
Officers from Orem and Utah County assisted in arresting and booking the individual for driving under the influence and driving on the wrong side of the road.
On Sept. 27, at 4:57 p.m., campus police answered a call about a theft that had occurred earlier that day. The report states that responding officers checked the cameras for evidence and collected further information.
No further information was given. However, the case is labeled as closed.
The same day, at 7:42 p.m., graffiti was reported as criminal mischief in the men’s bathroom of the UCAS building. Cameras were checked for a suspect, but none were reported to be found. The case is labeled as closed.
On Sept. 28, at 10:01 a.m., the Emergency Services Department contacted campus police about possible criminal mischief. An officer met with an employee who informed them that one of their EMS LifeCast Manikin body simulator training aids was allegedly damaged at some point over the previous week.
The case is still active and under investigation.