3:35 p.m.: A student reported that an unknown man had attempted to make contact with her while on the McAllen bus in transit to the Edinburg campus and also while walking into the university. He made her feel uncomfortable when she saw him on campus several times.
2:04 p.m.: A female student reported that a male student, with whom she had exchanged phone numbers, was harassing her via cell phone messages after she blocked his number. She said she would file criminal charges if the harassment continues. The Title IX coordinator was notified of the incident.
11:39 p.m.: A student reported that someone placed blank yellow sticky notes all over his truck between 4:50 and 11:30 p.m in Lot L4. He did not suspect anyone but wanted to file charges for the offense. After video footage was reviewed, it was determined to have been his fiancé and two friends who were responsible for the prank. He did not want to file criminal charges.
12:26 p.m.: A faculty member reported that a student, who was dropped from his class, displayed an obscene gesture to him while he was walking on the covered walkway. The faculty member wanted to document the incident because the student was upset when he was dropped and in case any other issues arise.
10:47 a.m.: A shuttle bus driver reported he wanted to file criminal charges on a student for disorderly conduct after she refused to follow his instructions and yelled and cursed at him. The student was placed under arrest for disorderly conduct, a Class C misdemeanor. After the arrest, the officer learned that she had provided a false name and date of birth. She was transported and booked into the Edinburg Municipal Jail on the charges of disorderly conduct and failure to identify.
7:49 p.m.: A female staff member reported being harassed by an unknown woman through her Facebook account. She also reported she does not want any problems and wants the woman to stop communicating with her and has blocked her on Facebook. The case is under investigation.
12:50 a.m.: A student reported that he had a heated discussion with his roommate in regard to the cleanliness of a shared bathroom in the Village apartments. The student felt threatened although there were no actual threats of harm or property damage. There is no history of arguments between the two roommates and Residence Life staff was present for half of the contact and were advised of the situation. The case will be referred to the dean of students.
–Compiled by Andrea Torres