Public Safety Update/Summary of Incidents/Sept 24 – Sept 30, 2012
Sept. 24; 8:00 am: Public Safety Officers were advised that three flush valves (2 toilets
and 1 urinal) were stolen from two bathrooms on campus. No other information is
Sept. 24; 7:30 am: Public Safety staff was contacted regarding a maintenance cart
that was stolen from outside the Mechanics Plant. CCTV footage was checked and
determined two males stole the cart at approximately 12:10 am. Phoenix PD was
contacted and took captured video footage of the theft. Oct. 1, the Phoenix PD called
to advise the cart had been recovered in the area of Central and Camelback Rd. with
extensive damage. The investigation is ongoing.
Sept. 21; 3:35 pm: Public Safety staff was contacted reference a threat made over a phone
by an acquaintance. The complainant did not want to pursue the verbal threat but wanted
Safety aware of the incident. The incident was documented at this time.
Sept. 24; 5:15 pm: A student contacted Public Safety staff to report harassment that
has occurred over the last two weeks. The victim believes the unknown suspect to be a
student. Staff is working to identify the suspect.
Sept. 25; 3:10 pm: Public Safety was advised by a student that her vehicle had been
damaged while parked in the North parking lot during the day. Several small scratches
were observed near the door handle. No further information is available at this time.
Sept. 26; 8:30 pm: Public Safety was contacted by a student reporting his bicycle had
been stolen outside the “B” building. The bike and lock were not recovered. A check of
CCTV provided no evidentiary value.
Sept. 27; 11:20 am: Public Safety was contacted by a student reporting his bicycle had
been stolen from the west side of “A” building. CCTV captured the theft of the bike. Two
subjects working in tandem; 1 acted as lookout while the other cut the lock and removed
the bike. The theft occurred while passersby moved about. Investigation is continuing.
Sept. 27; 11:55 am: Public Safety staff was called reference the theft of a book. Upon
arrival, Safety was advised that a subject had been wandering in the bookstore for a
while. After the subject left, bookstore staff reviewed camera footage and determined the
subject had concealed a book on his person prior to leaving. Prosecution is desired.
Sept. 27; 1:15 pm: A student reported the theft of his vehicle from the top level of the
parking garage. The theft took place sometime during the morning. Phoenix Police were
called. A review of the CCTV system was negative.