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POLICE REPORTS The following are among the incidents reported to University Police between Sept. 6 and 12.

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Sept. 6
11:44 p.m.: A university vehicle driven by a staff member and a car driven by a student collided in the 200 block of North Sugar Road. The Edinburg Police Department investigated the accident and Emergency Medical Services arrived, but both drivers refused service. Later, however, the staff member reported soreness in his neck and was sent to Environment Health and Safety. The student was provided with a vehicle escort to his next desired campus location.

Sept. 7
6:21 a.m.: A student reported that he broke up with his girlfriend and that she had damaged his personal property. UTRGV officers responded to the call from The Village Apartments where it was discovered that the girlfriend physically assaulted the student and damaged university property in the apartment. The case is under investigation.

Sept. 8
12:49 p.m.: A staff member in the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities requested that a criminal trespass warning be issued to a woman who has been harassing a student on the Edinburg campus. The officers issued the warning to the woman and escorted her off campus.

Sept. 9
10:44 p.m.: A student reported that another student has been trying to contact her. She said they would talk mutually in the past, but she no longer wishes to speak to him. The student asked that the incident be documented and that the police department speak to the male student.

Sept. 10
1:11 p.m.: A student reported that she was sexually assaulted off campus. The Edinburg Police Department is investigating the case. The student was offered an advocate and provided with the university resources available.

Sept. 11
2:29 a.m.: A student was arrested on a charge of driving while intoxicated after allegedly striking a barricade at the entrance of Casa Bella, the student housing complex on the Brownsville campus. A passenger in the vehicle also was allegedly intoxicated and was released to the care of his roommates in his Casa Bella apartment. The driver was booked into the Brownsville City Jail.

Sept. 12
12:33 a.m.: A driver who was stopped for failing to dim headlights was arrested after it was discovered there were three active warrants for his arrest in Hidalgo County. The driver was transported to the Hidalgo County Adult Detention Center.

– Compiled by Megan Gonzalez

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