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9/25

South Yeater Hall—assault and battery—An officer was advised of a fight occurring on the ground floor. The officer arrived at 8:06 p.m. and contacted a male who was involved. He stated a female walked into his room and began yelling at him, and then threw a lamp at him. He then threw the lamp back. The officer contacted the female who gave the same statement, explaining she threw the lamp because she was tired of being called names. Neither party wished to press charges.

9/26

UCM Lot 48—leaving the scene of a motor vehicle accident—A student stated that sometime between noon Sept. 20 and 3 p.m. Sept. 26, someone struck her parked vehicle and left the area. Her vehicle received damage to the driver’s front fender and driver’s door. Investigation ongoing.

North Ellis Hall—purchase or possession by minor—A SAFE Team Member advised an officer was needed to investigate a possible liquor law violation on the fourth floor. An officer contacted the occupants of room 426 and observed a beer bottle sitting in the room. He had the occupants pour out the beer and dispose of all alcohol.

9/27

WC Morris Building—stealing—A student stated that sometime between 3 and 5 p.m., someone removed a locked bike from the bike rack at the northeast corner. The owner of the bicycle was contacted and stated he had not collected the bicycle. Investigation ongoing.

UCM Lot 60—leaving the scene of a motor vehicle accident—A campus employee stated that sometime between 4:15 p.m. Sept. 26 and 7:15 a.m. Sept. 27, someone struck the driver’s side rear corner of the van and left. The van received damage to the driver’s side rear light, door and bumper.

UCM Lot 26—tampering in the first degree—A student stated that sometime between 1 and 3 p.m. Sept. 26, someone scratched the side of her vehicle while it was parked. An officer observed the scratch extended the entire length of the driver’s side of her vehicle, appearing to be caused by a key or other sharp object. Investigation ongoing.

9/28

UCM Lot 45—tampering—Someone reported to Public Safety there was a vehicle with a broken window. An officer located the vehicle, and contacted the owner. The owner was unaware of the damage. It was determined the damage occurred between noon Sept. 26 and 7:28 a.m. Sept. 28. Investigation ongoing.

Bradshaw Hall—robbery—A student stated that sometime between midnight and 1 a.m., while he was walking on a sidewalk alone, someone struck him, knocked him unconscious and took his wallet. Investigation ongoing.

Bradshaw Hall—purchase or possession by minor—An officer heard a loud party occurring in room 346. He made contact with the occupants and discovered alcohol. All of the occupants were minors, and housing documented the incident.

9/29

South and Washington streets—drinking in public places prohibited—An officer observed a male walking on South Street and carrying a red plastic cup. He contacted the male and advised he could not have open alcoholic containers outside of the tailgate lots.

UCM Lot 33—drinking public places prohibited—An officer observed two males at their vehicle with two open bottles of wine. The officer explained they were not in one of the tailgate lots where drinking is allowed. He issued them a verbal warning for the open containers, and they disposed of the alcohol.

South and Holden Streets—drinking in public places prohibited—An officer observed two females carrying a red cup and a can in a cup holder. The officer identified both as containing alcohol. He took the containers and poured them out.

Walton Stadium—drinking in public places prohibited—An officer working the main gate of the football stadium observed a male carrying a blue cup. The cup contained beer, and the officer advised him that drinking in public was prohibited. He took the cup and placed it in the trash.

South and Washington Streets—drinking in public places prohibited—An officer observed a female with an open bottle of beer exiting UCM tailgating lot 67. She was ordered to pour out her beer and was issued a warning for possessing an open container.

South and Washington Streets— drinking in public places prohibited—An officer observed a female exiting the UCM tailgating lot 67 with a red cup in hand. The officer determined the cup contained alcohol, ordered her to pour out the beverage and issued a warning for possessing an open container.

Walton Stadium—drinking in public places prohibited—An officer working the main gate observed a male carrying a red cup. The officer determined the cup contained a mixed alcoholic beverage, advised him drinking in public was prohibited and placed the cup in the trash.

South and Washington Streets—drinking in public places prohibited—An officer observed a male exiting the UCM tailgating lot 67 with a red plastic cup. The officer determined the cup contained beer, ordered him to pour out the beverage and issued a warning for possessing an open container.

King Street—drinking in public places prohibited—An officer observed two males walking in the 300 block after exiting UCM tailgating lot 41 with blue cups in hand. The officer determined the cups contained beer, ordered them to pour out the cups and issued them a warning for possessing open containers.

East Ellis Hall—purchase or possession by minor—A SAFE team member advised an officer was needed to investigate a possible liquor law violation. An officer arrived at 10:49 p.m. and contacted six minors in room 258 who had alcohol. The alcohol was disposed of and the individuals were issued a warning.

South and Washington Streets—An officer observed a male drinking from a black plastic cup in UCM tailgating lot 67 after the third quarter started. The officer advised that drinking was no longer allowed. After attempting to drink again, the officer ordered him to stop, and he poured out the drink. The officer saw him leave the lot five minutes later with a black plastic cup in hand. The officer determined the cup contained alcohol, issued a warning for possession of an open container and advised him that if he failed to ignore tailgating rules again, it would result in arrest. The subject said he understood.

10/1

UCM Lot 60—tampering in the first degree—A student stated that sometime between 3 p.m. Sept. 3 and 9:30 a.m. Sept. 29, someone had keyed the rear side door of her vehicle. Investigation ongoing.

Bradshaw Hall—passing bad checks—A father contacted public safety concerned that someone had given his son a bad check to cash. An officer contacted the student who stated he was given a $1,500 check and gave $1,000 to the suspect. Investigation ongoing.

North Ellis—stealing—A student stated that at midnight, someone stole his skateboard left unattended on the fourth floor. Investigation ongoing.

>>Police Beat

Bobbi J. Stephens, 44, of 511 W. Young St., was arrested at Taco Bell at 701 N. Maguire St. Sept. 23 at 9:04 p.m., on suspicion of public affray.

Brian C. Jefferson, 21, of 425 Broad St., was arrested at home Sept. 23 at 9:51 a.m., on suspicion of tampering with property or utilities.

Clark C. Schwendermann, 19, of St. Charles, Mo., was arrested at the intersection of East Clark and Maguire streets Sept. 23 at 11:08, on suspicion of minor in possession of alcohol.

Connie S. Pickett, 49, of Knob Noster, Mo., was arrested at Taco Bell at 701 N. Maguire St. Sept. 23 at 9:04 p.m., on suspicion of public affray and an open container violation.

Conner A. Peck, 19, of 500 W. Pine St., was arrested at his home Sept. 27, on suspicion of violating noise restrictions.

Cordell E. Edmunds, 22, of Leeton, Mo., was arrested in Houts/Hosey Sept. 28 at 11:15 a.m., on suspicion of trespassing.

Dylan A. Hoz-Kurland, 19, of Cole Camp, Mo., was arrested at 500 W. Pine St., on suspicion of minor in possession of alcohol.

Jackie J. Parres, 21, of 500 W. Pine St., was arrested at home Sept. 27 at 11:30 p.m., on suspicion of violating noise restrictions.

Jayvon D. James, 18, of Bradshaw 355, was arrested at home Sept. 29 at 2 a.m., on suspicion of possession of 35 grams or less of marijuana.

Joel A. Ruprecht, 24, of 103 Grover St., was arrested at Crazy Dogs at 101 N. Maguire St., on suspicion of selling/supplying liquor to a minor.

John K. Rogers, 21, of 500 W. Pine St., was arrested at home Sept. 27 at 11:17 p.m., on suspicion of violating noise restrictions.

Karen L. Whalen, 41, of Knob Noster, Mo., was arrested at Taco Bell at 701 N. Maguire St. Sept. 23 at 9:04 p.m., on suspicion of public affray and an open container violation.

Madelyn N. Parkhurst, 18, of Sedalia, Mo., was arrested at 500 W. Pine St. Sept. 27 at 11:17 p.m., on suspicion of minor in possession of alcohol.

Marco A. Alavez-Narvacz, 26, of Sedalia, Mo., was arrested at Cancun Mexican Cuisine at 708 N. Charles St. Sept. 27 at 3:33 p.m., on suspicion of selling/supplying liquor to a minor.

Mathew S. Johnson, 20, of 500 W. Pine St., was arrested at his home Sept. 27 at 11:17 p.m., on suspicion of minor in possession of alcohol.

Milo E. Young, 22, of 917 Ridge Drive, was arrested at 825 Broad St. Sept. 29 at 1:57 a.m., on suspicion of driving while intoxicated and wreckless and imprudent driving.

Mitchell R. McCleary, 23, of Jefferson City, Mo., was arrested at 500 W. Pine St. Sept. 27 at 11:17 p.m., on suspicion of violating noise restrictions.

Morgan P. Hamilton, 21, of Sedalia, Mo., was arrested at Fitter’s at 131 W. Pine St. Sept. 29 at 1:13 p.m., on suspicion of urinating in public.

Olen L. Stephens III, 17, of 511 W. Young St., was arrested at Taco Bell at 701 N. Maguire St. Sept. 23 at 9:04 p.m., on suspicion of public affray.

Rodney R. Kemp, 19, of Columbia, Mo., was arrested at the intersection of Warren Street and Hill Crest Drive Sept. 27 at 5:56 p.m. for an outstanding warrant.

Ryan W. Roberts, 30, of 306 W. North St., was arrested at Nathan’s Grill at 609 E. Yong St. Sept. 29 at 10:21 p.m., on suspicion of resisting/failure to obey an officer and placed on 12-hour protective custody for incapacitation/intoxication.

Scott A. Ludtke, 19, of 408 E. Culton St., was arrested at 102 S. Holden St. Sept. 25 at 12:16 p.m., on suspicion of two counts of first-degree child molestation in and possession of child pornography.

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