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POLICE REPORTS The following are among the incidents reported to University Police between Sept. 19 and 25.

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Sept. 19

8:17 a.m.: A student reported that another student came up to her in a parking lot on the Edinburg campus and told her that her boyfriend was no good. The student said she was not sure how the other student was able to find her.

11:03 a.m.: Two students and a UTRGV professor reported that two clarinets were missing from the instrument lockers at the Texas Southmost College Arts Center. The clarinets were last seen on Sept. 16 and have a combined value of $4,000.

4:38 p.m.: A student reported his ex-girlfriend used a mutual friend’s phone in order to contact him. He hung up the phone as soon as he realized it was his ex-girlfriend. A second call was received from the same number, but the student refrained from answering it. He later received a lengthy voice recording from his ex-girlfriend, which she sent from their mutual friend’s social media account. The student said he does not want to press charges against his ex, but wants the incident to be documented.

Sept. 22
6:26 p.m.: A student riding his bicycle was accidentally struck by a vehicle. The driver stopped and rendered aid. The student was transported to Rio Grande 24 Hour Emergency Care for further evaluation.

Sept. 23
11:52 a.m.: A disabled veteran confronted a staff member who has been parking in a handicapped parking space without a permit. At a later time, she called dispatch to report the staff member. The student said the staff member should be required to register her vehicle just like everybody else.

Sept. 24

7:31 a.m.: Near the Math and General Classroom building, an officer saw a woman walking barefoot, stumbling and swaying. Upon further investigation, it was determined that she was intoxicated with narcotics. She was given an opportunity to call an adult, but was uncooperative and refused. The woman was placed under arrest and transported to Edinburg Municipal Jail.

Sept. 25
2:47 a.m.: An officer stopped a driver not having a license plate light. The officer detected an odor of marijuana in the vehicle. The driver was taken out of the vehicle and a search was conducted. A glass pipe and grinder were found. The driver was cited for possession of drug paraphernalia.

— Compiled by Megan Gonzalez

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