Unauthorized use of a vehicle was also reported over the break. The case is still active. Read morePublic intoxication, criminal mischief and theft in spring break's crime log
A case of criminal mischief by two unidentified males was also reported. Read moreHarassment, theft, and credit card abuse reported in this week’s crime log
Cases of credit card abuse and theft were also reported. The kidnapping case is still active. Read moreKidnapping, criminal trespass and assault in this week's crime log
Also, an officer investigated a fictitious license plate. The incident is still under investigation. Read moreGraffiti, theft in this week's crime log
Reports of theft included mail and a pair of AirPods Pro. These cases are still active. Read moreHarassment, theft and criminal trespass in this week’s crime log
Two counts of theft and possession of marijuana were also reported. Read moreCriminal trespass, graffiti and harassment in this week’s crime log
Violation of duty on striking unattended vehicle and a harassment case were also reported over Thanksgiving week. Read moreDriving while intoxicated, possession of marijuana and burglary in this week's crime log
Criminal trespass into a university vehicle and assault causing bodily injury were also reported.
Theft of property, criminal trespass and duty on striking unattended vehicle in this week's crime log
Two counts of theft of property were reported, which included an unaffiliated male resisting arrest and a staff member reporting the theft of cash from his unattended wallet.
Two thefts were also reported, including AirPods and a bike wheel being stolen.
This is a crime log wrapup from Aug. 26 to Sept. 1.
Scam callers often claim they’re with the university, a police department or another government agency and demand immediate payment through methods like Zelle, Cashapp or gift cards.
Disorderly conduct and displaying a fictitious license plate were also reported.
Harassment and theft of unattended personal belongings were also reported.
Disorderly conduct and harassment were also reported.
Two instances of theft were also reported, including a bike and catalytic converter being stolen.
Two instances of criminal trespassing were also reported, occurring in West Hall and the Fine Arts Building.
Three incidents of driving while intoxicated were also reported, occurring on South Davis Drive and West Mitchell Street.
From Feb. 28 to March 5, an accident resulting in injury was also reported, and a burglary was observed.
Theft, offensive physical contact and assault were also reported, and a faculty member reported receiving alarming emails containing false information.
A MavAlert sent to students encouraged extra precautions to prevent their bikes from being stolen and provides a list of suspects to report if seen.
Evading arrest, stalking and threats to publish intimate visual material reported in this week’s crime log
A scammer threatened to make compromising photos of a student public if they didn’t pay $400. The student did not pay, and the case is still active.
A male student reported losing $1,000 from a scam appearing to be a legitimate business.
A staff member also reported unauthorized use of her university procurement card, and there were two instances of avoiding arrest.
On Nov. 19, a student also reported seeing an unidentified male display a handgun on West First Street. The male was not found in the area.
A student also reported someone gaining entry into her apartment without permission, and another student was threatened by a scammer with the release of compromising photos.
Police also arrested an unaffiliated male riding a stolen bicycle and in possession of methamphetamine, and a non-student female reported being assaulted by her ex-boyfriend.
Burglary of a habitation and thefts of property were also reported, and a male student was found in possession of marijuana.
Stolen items include chemicals from a lab at 700 Planetarium Plaza and catalytic converters from two students' vehicles.
Police also issued a citation to a student at the University Village apartments who was found to possess drug paraphernalia.
A faculty member reported the theft of three jellyfish from the Life Science Building on Tuesday.
Additionally a male student was found to be driving under the influence as a minor.
UTA Police also received a report of a stranger entering a female student’s apartment through an unlocked door.
Packages, a bike and a bollard valued at $1500 were reported stolen by students and staff.
An underage student driver was also found in possession of alcohol after being stopped for a traffic violation.
A male student reported being struck with a knife by another male student and former roommate on Greek Row Drive.
The exact value of the bicycle is unknown, and the case is currently active, according to the UTA crime log.
A scammer obtained a compromising video of a student and tried to extort him for $1,500 not to release it.
Fraudulent use or possession of identifying info and a phone scam were also reported.
UTA Police also encountered someone resisting arrest and someone using a fictitious licence plate.
The student was arrested and transported to the Arlington Police Department jail without incident. There were no other crimes reported in the UTA crime log between Feb. 27 to March 4.
A female staff member also reported four fraudulent charges that were attempted on her university procurement card on Feb. 18.
This crime wrap up for Feb. 4 to Feb. 11 includes credit card abuse and possession of controlled substances.