Accident – Property Damage An officer responded to an agency assist request with Provo PD. It was requested that BYU police perform an agency assist and document the accident.
Medical An officer responded to the IPF for a medical call that occurred when two students playing intramural soccer collided and hit their heads. One of the students had a cut to their scalp and requested that BYU EMS respond. The student was treated by BYU EMS and released.
Medical A student playing intramural soccer sustained an ankle injury when accidentally kicked by another player. Provo Fire evaluated and treated the player before releasing them on-site.
Accident – Property Damage A motorist was pulling into a parking space in Lot 19 and struck a parked truck. The motorist left a note on the parked truck's windshield. The owner of the parked truck called the police department wanting the accident documented. An officer was able to speak with both vehicle owners, and the incident was documented.
Abandoned Vehicle Officers were dispatched to two abandoned vehicles at the Riviera. An officer was able to make contact with the registered owner. The owner advised they had obtained them from an auction and had plans to repair the vehicles. The owner was instructed to get parking permits approved for both vehicles and was advised to speak with the Riviera Hall Advisor about the timeframe and details for the vehicles.
Accident – Hit and Run An officer contacted a complainant by phone who was reporting a delayed hit and run to their vehicle. The complainant stated that they were unaware of where the accident happened but felt that it could have possibly been in Lot 29A because they had left their vehicle there for a few days. The officer is waiting for the complainant to send additional information before the report can be completed.
Suspicious Dispatch received an online notification of possible suspicious activity near the Wilkinson Student Center. The online report stated that an individual seemed to be scoping out bicycles at the bike rack. A description was provided, and three officers responded to the area. There was an approximately 25-30 minute time delay from the time the incident was reported to the time officers were dispatched to the call. Officers conducted foot patrols in the area for approximately 20 minutes but were unable to locate anything suspicious.
Medical An officer responded to assist EMS with a walk-in patient. EMS treated and released the patient before canceling the officer.
Lost Property An officer called a complainant who stated that they had parked on 150 East on the street the previous day and thought they might have left their purse on the street. The officer advised the complainant to check with BYU lost and found and also check with Provo PD because that area would be their jurisdiction. An officer responded to the scene and did not locate a purse. There was no camera footage taken in the area. The complainant stated they would check with Provo and that they had already filed a report in Springville because they thought it could possibly be there too. The complainant is a student at BYU and said that their ID was in their purse along with their credit cards. They said they had already put a hold on the financial cards.
Lost Property An officer called a complainant whose parent lost their phone, ID, and credit card after placing them on their car at a tailgate event. The complainant had checked lost and found with no luck. They stated they had parked in the handicapped parking on the east side of Lot 45. They left through the north entrance and turned north on Canyon Road until they turned towards Orem. The officer drove to the parking lot and on Canyon Road without finding the items. The officer informed the complainant that they should also contact Provo and Orem PD.