On Friday, April 13 at approximately midnight, OUPD responded to investigate a fight that occurred in the Ann V. Nicholson Student Apartments. The male student said several men jumped him in the complex at approximately 11:30 p.m. The victim said the fight began after a non-student pushed him into a wall and began punching him. The fight continued outside and resulted in the non-student punching through a door’s glass window. The student had injuries and was taken by his friends to the hospital.
After receiving a call that the non-student was at the same hospital, OUPD went to make contact with the non-student. The non-student said he confronted the student about a girl his friend dated, which resulted in the student getting in his face. The non-student stated that he pushed the victim and a fight broke out. The non-student said the fight occurred outside only because the student provoked him. The non-student said he accidentally punched the door’s window because the student closed the door on him.
Wallet stolen in Elliott Hall
On Wednesday, May 23, a female student reported that her wallet had been stolen from Elliott Hall. On Tuesday, May 22 at approximately 10 p.m., the student and her friends were studying in the building. They left the room to meet with a professor and returned at approximately 10:45 p.m. Upon leaving campus, the student noticed her wallet was missing. Among the items missing was a credit card that had been used to make a fraudulent purchase online.
Larceny in Oakland Center
On Thursday, May 31, a Chartwells employee reported to OUPD that her knife had been stolen from the Oakland Center on Friday, May 4. The employee stated that on May 4, she left her knife on either the dishwasher countertop in the Oakland Center or on her cart. The employee did not notice the knife was missing until she returned home. The knife is engraved with her name and is valued at $150. The employee stated that her knife had been stolen before on Wednesday, April 11, but it was returned after she issued a reward.
Compiled by Natalie Popovski, Assistant Campus Editor