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POLICE REPORTS The following are among the incidents reported to University Police between Sept. 26 and Oct. 2.

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Sept. 26
10:44 p.m.: A student reported a clarinet had been stolen from a locker in the Texas Southmost College Arts Center. The student said the instrument was stolen two weeks ago, but an instructor advised to wait to see if someone else had taken it by mistake.

Sept. 27
12:21 p.m.: A driver was cited for failure to control speed and no insurance after losing control of the vehicle and striking a curb on University Boulevard. The vehicle’s rear left rim and tire were damaged.

Sept. 28
3:27 p.m.: In the Village Apartments, a resident reported that her friend punched her door out of frustration. A UTRGV police officer obtained a statement from the suspect. Residence Life asked that the case be referred to Students Rights and Responsibilities.

Sept. 29
11:56 a.m.: An officer responded to a traffic collision involving two students. A woman allegedly made an improper turn. She reported feeling pain due to the seatbelt. A man’s left arm and shins indicated injuries, possibly due to the airbag deploying. The students were transported to local hospitals in Edinburg.

Sept. 30
11:52 a.m.: A student reported a man grabbed the tip of her fingers without consent, while she was riding the UTRGV shuttle. When they arrived on the Brownsville campus, he asked for directions, so she assisted by walking with him. While they proceeded toward Career Services, they encountered some stray dogs. He said he was scared of dogs and wrapped his arms around her right arm. The woman felt offended by the unwanted physical contact. The case is under investigation.

–Compiled by Megan Gonzalez

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