Police Blotter: Halloween Brings Ghoulish Behavior

November 6, 2008  

Throughout October, perhaps it was Halloween that had some students in a mischievous mood.

In particular, parking garages experienced a spike in wrongdoings:

On Oct. 13, a student was busted for stealing some orange traffic cones from the Binkley garage at 10:16 p.m.

That Saturday, Oct. 18, one minor was caught drinking and urinating in Binkley at 2:03 a.m.

Five hours later in the same garage, police snagged one student for drug paraphernalia and another for underage drinking.

On Oct. 28, a portable GPS navigation device and radar detector were reported stolen from a student’s vehicle in Dedman 3 Parking Lot at 12:52 a.m.

Stolen Item of the Week: a Greek paddle. On Oct. 28, one was reported stolen at the Sigma Phi Epsilon house at 1:59 p.m. This case is still open.

Halloween weekend warranted 11 underage drinking citations.

That brings Fall 2008′s tally to 130.

Compiled by Caitlin Myers

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