The Police Report

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Note to self: Do not leave incredibly valuable jewelry in unattended purse?A hospital employee placed her purse under her desk while she was in and out of her office. At the end of the day she discovered her purse was missing.

The purse held $700 in cash, $500 in cashier?s checks and $7,000 worth of jewelry.

Joy rides, without the car? An A. Ray Olpin University Union employee confronted a couple of teenage boys riding rolling chairs up and down hallways at 10 o?clock at night. An hour later the employee found the chairs missing.

Yeah, no one will notice boys running around carrying rolling chairs?

Life in the middle of the fast lane?University of Utah police officers were sent to remove a man in a wheelchair stopped in the middle of North Campus Drive. Police found the man intoxicated and unable to say anything about himself.

UUPD discovered the University Hospital Emergency Room released the man only a few hours earlier, and he had two outstanding warrants against him. Police took the man into custody and booked him into jail.

In quest of free candy, boys will be boys?Police detained four juveniles aged 15 and 16, two who admitted to tampering with candy machines in Orson Spencer Hall. The boys were detained and later released to their parents.

Geez, you can find money for candy in the gutter people, really.

Disgusting act of lewdness in U East Parking Lot?As she walked through a parking lot at 7:30 a.m. a student heard a man say, ?Dang, how hot are you!? The woman turned to see a man she described as about 25 years old, with shoulder-length, curly brown hair masturbating inside a truck with red lettering or a sign on the passenger?s side.

The man did not approach her.