Campus crime wrap-up: four arrests on UOPD crime log in the last week

Fourteen crimes were logged to the University of Oregon Police Department in the last week (Aug. 23-30.) Only one occurred on campus. There were six warrant arrests and six criminal trespasses. Most of the trespasses occurred on Thursday, when there were four incidents logged on the intersection of East 8th Avenue and Hilyard Street.

The most citations given in one instance this week occurred last Sunday, when someone was arrested for possession of methamphetamine and a controlled substance, criminal trespassing, a warrant arrest and mail theft.

Here is a full breakdown and map of each incident:

Warrant Arrests – 4

Thefts – 2

Warrant Arrest, Poss Meth, Theft, Mail Theft, Trespass – 1

Attm Theft – 1

Criminal Mischief – 1

Criminal Trespass – 1

Criminal Trespass, Open Container – 1

Criminal Trespass, Camping – 1

Criminal Trespass, Warrant Arrest – 1

Criminal Trespass, Poss Meth – 1

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Noah is the 2016-17 Senior News Editor at the Emerald. His earliest journalistic influences were Tom Wolfe, Eric Schlosser and Batman. He loves '70s comics, '80s action movies and '90s music.