A sexual assault was reported to the Texas Woman’s University Department of Public Safety on March 15, according to a report.
The incident occurred in Parliament Village, and the suspect is not a student and does not live in Denton. The suspect is an acquaintance to the victim, and he was trespassed from campus. There is currently an ongoing investigation, and no further details can be released.
Lowry Woods– A campus police officer arrested a suspicious person that was spotted at Raegan Houston Hall on March 23, according to a report.
An officer spotted a white male at 8:58 am that started to walk away towards Locust Street once he noticed the officer. The officer was able to make contact with the man, and it was discovered he had a warrant for possession of controlled substances.
Following the confirmation of the warrant by dispatch, a brief foot chase occurred before the suspect was apprehended and placed under arrest at 9:19 am. He was taken to Denton County Jail, and a trespass notice was issued from the campus.
Lowry Woods– A non-TWU affiliated man reported that a green cooler was taken from the bed of his pickup truck in Lowry Woods on March 21, according to a report.
The cooler was estimated to cost $100, and an investigator reviewed the security cameras but was unable to find the areas that covered where the truck was parked. The owner of the cooler told police he would press charges if anyone was found taking the cooler. The case is closed unless there is further information obtained.
Ann Stuart Science Complex– A staff member reported that a cash box was stolen in the Science and Technology Learning Center on March 22, according to a report.
The box was checked out earlier in the day by a student worker and was later returned to the staff member, but she could not recall returning the cash box to her filing cabinet. The box was found, but the staff member didn’t know how much money was in the box prior to it being missing. The case is currently suspended.
Woodcock Hall– A student worker reported that $80 went missing from a lockbox on March 10 in Woodcock Hall, according to a report.
The $80 went missing from a lockbox that was located in a storage closet inside of a locked laboratory. The key was left on top of the box, and an investigator is currently interviewing all of the people who had access to the laboratory during the timeframe that the money went missing.
The money was supposed to be used to pay participants of a clinical study. The case is closed unless further information is obtained.
Response activity: TWU’s Department of Public Safety responded to 202 calls for service between March 1 and March 26.