Crime Blotter

Jeremy Todd, a homeless man, was arrested after he was caught trespassing on campus and carrying a six-inch boot knife and prescription medication, according to a campus safety report. Todd, 29, then allegedly told the arresting officer, “I’ll come looking for you,” and “The only way to stop me is to put a bullet between my eyes.”

Nov. 8

12:30 a.m. to 1 a.m.–TheftPeter W. Stott Center–930 S.W. Hall St.A briefcase, backpack and various other items were stolen from the men’s locker room.

Nov. 9

7:48 a.m.–Car break-inParking Structure 1–1872 S.W. BroadwayCraig Wohl was arrested for breaking in to a car, damaging its side window and trespassing in the parking structure.

4 p.m. to 5 p.m.–TheftPeter W. Stott Center–930 S.W. Hall St.Numerous items were stolen from a locker in the athletic center, and the locker was damaged in the process.

10 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. (Nov. 10)–Theft from vehicleParking Structure 1–1872 S.W. BroadwayVarious items were stolen from a vehicle in the parking structure.

Nov. 10

1:18 p.m.–VandalismParking Structure 1–1872 S.W. BroadwayA vehicle’s window was broken in the parking structure.

9:16 p.m.–Possession of a dangerous weapon in a public buildingCramer Hall–1721 S.W. BroadwayJeremy Todd, a homeless man, was arrested after he was caught trespassing on campus and carrying a six-inch boot knife and prescription medication, according to a campus safety report. Todd, 29, then allegedly told the arresting officer, “I’ll come looking for you,” and “The only way to stop me is to put a bullet between my eyes.”

Nov. 11

8 a.m. to 9 a.m.–TheftPeter W. Stott Center–930 S.W. Hall St.Numerous items were stolen from the athletic center.

Nov. 13

4 p.m.–TheftUniversity Place–310 S.W. Lincoln St.A computer was stolen from an office in University Place sometime between Nov. 11 and Nov. 13.