Burglary at student apartments
On Monday, Sept. 20 it was reported that a home invasion took place two days prior, in the university apartments on campus. The residents reported that the door was locked when they left the apartment but when they returned, there was damage to the door frame. Nothing was taken from the apartment. The OUPD was notified on Monday, once the university housing department had assessed the damage as well as filed a report and repaired the damage.
Destruction of property
On Tuesday, Sept. 21 an OUPD officer noticed two students that were walking through the parking lot at the University Student Apartments who engaged in suspicious behavior. The two students approached a vehicle and proceeded to kick it several times. The officer notified the owner about the property damage. The owner mentioned that the students do not get along. The damage was less than $1,000 and the owner does not wish to prosecute.
On Wednesday, Sept. 22 a student reported property damage to her vehicle while it was parked in parking lot P26 near Varner Hall. When the student returned to her car, there were several key marks on the driver’s door. The student reported that when she initially parked her vehicle, upon opening the door, her door hit the car that was parked in the spot next to her. She believes it is a motivation behind the action although there are no suspects at this time.
On Wednesday, Sept. 22 a student reported having been sexually assaulted last fall semester in the University Student Apartments. The student had attended a party in a friend’s apartment and consumed alcohol. The student called for a ride home later that evening but was taken to another friend’s apartment. When the student became consciously aware of the sexual assault that was taking place, she requested that the other student stop, although the assault continued. The student did not make a police report until now due to fear of receiving a minor in possession violation, as well as several other reasons.