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.
Fraudulent use or possession of identifying info and a phone scam were also reported.
UTA police officers also made contact with an unaffiliated juvenile male Nov. 29 that had stolen a bicycle.
UTA police officers also made contact with a female student Nov. 12 being pushed by her friend, an unaffiliated male, during an argument.
UTA police officers also made contact with a female student and unaffiliated male fighting Nov. 6 near 1101 S. West St.
Possession of drug paraphernalia and consumption of alcohol by a minor, and Invasive visual recording were also part of this week’s crime wrapup.
A UTA police officer made contact with two female students who possessed marijuana, marijuana oil and drug paraphernalia near the 1002 block of Greek Row Drive.
Officers responded to a disturbance March 21 after it was reported that an unaffiliated female struck her unaffiliated boyfriend in the face during an argument.
A female student reported the theft of a pair of athletic pants with an estimated value of $108 from a washer in Kalpana Chawla Hall.
A male student reported the theft of his vehicle, a gold Chevrolet Tahoe, Tuesday afternoon near Kalpana Chawla Hall, UTA Police Capt. Mike McCord said.
A female student was arrested for possession of a controlled substance Thursday during a traffic stop as well.
A nonstudent female was also arrested for trespassing at Lot 49, south of the Science and Engineering Innovation and Research Building, after having received warning prior.
A female staff member also reported the theft of university equipment valued at about $9,000 from Trimble Hall.
There were three separate reports of female students being touched on the buttocks, one of which resulted in a female staff member being issued a citation.
Two nonstudent males were also arrested for warrants and possession of a firearm by a felon at the 200th block of South Cooper Street.