Police files: Jan. 11

Students on the baseball  team issued MIPs at Hamlin Hall

Three students who told police they played for the OU baseball team were issued minors in possession for underage drinking on Jan. 7 at 2:45 a.m. The resident assistant made contact with the residents earlier due to excess noise coming from the room. Police noticed a strong odor of intoxicants in the area and the men agreed to take a Preliminary Breath Test. The three students admitted to drinking at the student apartments. At the same party, a fight broke out and an unknown male brandished a knife.


Threatening and rude remarks made at Hamlin Hall 

Police were called to Hamlin Hall on Jan. 4 at 3:24 p.m. due to an intimidation complaint. Three female residents claimed another female resident of Hamlin Hall threatened them. Two of the victims claimed the suspect had made rude and threatening remarks on several occasions and has broken several housing rules. The third victim stated that the suspect had made rude remarks and threatened her as well.

Police advised both parties to have no incidental contact and to contact if it does occur. OUPD notified housing of the incident and advised to separate both parties.


Suspicious activity at student’s apartment on Ravine Drive

On Jan. 7 at 8:59 p.m., police were called to an apartment on Ravine Drive due to suspicious circumstances. The male student stated that two unknown male subjects keyed their way into his apartment. One subject claimed to have been a former resident of the apartment and wanted to collect items he had left behind. The two suspects left the scene before police arrived, leaving behind the box of property. It was agreed by officials that the lock to the apartment should be changed. The lock was changed at 10 p.m. the same day.