Weekly Crime Wrap-up (07/11-07/18)
13 calls were reported to the University of Oregon Police Department during the week of July 11 to July 18. The most common calls were for bike theft, of which there were five. No arrests were made for these and all but one of the cases have been suspended. Three arrests were made on or near campus, the most notable were for a DUII on Friday, another for possession of meth on Thursday, and for possession of heroin on Sunday. See below for the locations and breakdowns of all the crimes that were reported near campus last week.
Bike Theft: Hamilton Hall Complex, case closed and suspended with no arrests made.
Three cases of Bike Theft: Walton Complex, Pacific Hall, and at 90 E 20th Avenue, each case was suspended with no arrests made.
Theft from a vehicle: Moshofsky Center, case closed and suspended, no arrests.
Warrant Arrest at Lillis Hall, Arrest made.
Warrant Arrest: Possession of Meth at 1500 block of Agate Street, Arrest made.
DUII: MLK Jr. Boulevard and Kinsrow Avenue, Arrest made.
Harassment – Domestic violence: Hayward Field, case was referred to outside agency
Open container: South Millrace Overlook, subject was issued a citation in lieu of being put in custody
Bike Theft: 1255 Hilyard Street, Letter of Trespass issued
Criminal Trespass: Huestis Hall, subject issued a citation in lieu of custody
Warrant Arrest – Possession of Heroin: Oregon Hall, Arrest made
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