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Police Log 10/22

By Staff
Posted on October 21, 2010 | For The Record,Police Log | Comments Off on Police Log 10/22

Tuesday, Oct. 12

3:16 a.m. Abilene Police called ACU Police for assistance with a reported assault at The Grove apartment complex. ACU Police contacted the victim who reported he had been walking around he was jumped and hit by two men. He was transported to Hendrick Hospital by ambulance for treatment of a cut over his right eye.

Wednesday, Oct. 13

8:05 a.m. An ACU employee reported the handicapped parking spaces in the Campus Center lot were blocked again due to construction.

Thursday, Oct. 14

10 a.m. Campus Center officials reported that a person previously barred from campus and issued a criminal trespass warning by ACU Police was on campus in the Campus Center. The subject left the Campus Center prior to police arrival but officers located the subject in the Nelson Hall parking lot. The subject was arrested for Class B Criminal Trespassing and booked into the Taylor County Jail by ACU Police.

2:15 p.m. Someone reported they lost their iPhone on the Lunsofrd Trail.

Friday, Oct. 15

1:30 a.m. ACU Police handled a loud party and underaged alcohol violations in the 1400 block of Cedar Crest drive.

8 p.m. Someone reported her bicycle had been stolen from the bike rack on the north side of Gardner Hall.

Saturday, Oct. 16

11:30 HSU Police notified ACU Police that three ACU Track and Field hurdles were on the HSU campus. ACU Police retrieved the hurdles and returned them to Elmer Gray Stadium.

6:26 p.m. ACU Police assiated Abilene Police with a major accident at Highway 351 and Stamford street.

Sunday, Oct. 17

12:20 a.m. Someone reported a loud party at a residence in the 2900 block of Garfield Avenue.

Tuesday, Oct. 19

1:20 a.m. ACU Police assisted a citizen who arrived home on Griffith Road to find a door open at their house. ACU Police checked the house. Everything was OK.

Report all suspicious activity to the ACU Police Department at (325) 674-2305.

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