Student reported missing

Police officers were dispatched to West Vandenburg Hall Jan. 30 at 7:30 p.m. because a student’s father had not received contact from him since Jan. 29.

They were unable to find the student in his room, but another resident said he had moved to Hamlin Hall. At the new dorm, officers did not locate the student, but they asked his roommates to notify the police and the student’s parents when they saw him.

Officers continued to search for him in the cafeteria and through Hamlin nightwatch.

At 10:02 p.m., OUPD received a phone call from the student’s father. He had heard from his son who was at a skate park in Auburn Hills.

Intimidation report

OUPD received a report that a university employee was ending her shift when another university employee threatened her Feb. 21 at 10:30 p.m.

When the employee was punching out at the time clock, the other employee placed her hand on the employee’s shoulder. She turned around and the employee began to verbally threaten her.

The supervisor was a witness to the behavior.  He reported that the women “have a history” and he will be working on changing one of their shifts so they won’t be together.

Professor receives threatening emails

OUPD received a report from a professor who had received harassing emails from an unknown sender Feb. 28 around 10:30 a.m.

From Feb. 24-26, the professor had received emails accusing him of having sex with one of his female students. He said he had not responded to the emails.

Officers asked him if the allegations were true or if he had been in an argument with anyone. He denied both.