9:42a.m.:A Unity Hall staff member reported that a male visits the Unity Hall dormitories and refuses to sign in at the front desk. University Police contacted the individual and issued him a criminal trespass warning from all UTRGV property.
10:39 a.m.: A student reported that she struck an unattended white Chevrolet Silverado with her gold Chevrolet Cruze in Lot I on the Edinburg campus. Both vehicles sustained minor damage.
11:58 a.m.: A student reported she was sexually assaulted by a male UTRGV student in a location off campus on Nov. 1. The case is under investigation by the Edinburg Police Department.
1:10 p.m.: A Financial Services staff member reported two fraudulent checks were submitted to be cashed using the bank account of UT Pan American with Bank of America. The checks were denied payment with no monetary loss to the university.
11:15 a.m.: A staff member reported she accidentally damaged a GMC truck in Lot D. She was exiting her vehicle as the front driver door swung open with the wind,striking the truck on the right back quarter panel.
12:30 p.m.: A student reported her Toyota pickup had been struck by an unknown vehicle while it was parked in Lot C on the Edinburg campus. The truck sustained minor damage on the right back quarter panel.
2:49 p.m.: A faculty member reported she saw threatening messages on a Twitter account toward a professor on the Edinburg campus by a male student. The male suspect was identified and agreed to provide a statement. The case is under investigation.
7:09 p.m.: The U.S. Border Patrol requested assistance of University Police after three individuals were seen crossing the border fence behind the old National Guard building on the Brownsville campus. With the aid of a Border Patrol K-9 unit, UTRGV Police arrested two juveniles hiding in the surrounding area. The individuals were carrying two bundles containing marijuana with an estimated value of $64,592. The third suspect fled back into Mexico.
3:12 a.m.: University Police cited three UTRGV students, minors, who were found with alcohol in a Casa Bella apartment. The male was issued a written criminal trespass warning for not being a resident of the student housing complex.
11:40 a.m.: A University Police officer reported that she injured her knee Oct. 30 while helping a stranded motorist on FJRM Avenue on the Brownsville campus. The officer was unable to see where the curb and the street met as she waded through the knee-deep water which caused her to fall on her left knee.
5:20 p.m.: A faculty member tripped and fell during a soccer game and dislocated his shoulder while on the UREC baseball field in Edinburg. He was transported to Edinburg Regional Medical Center.
8:42 p.m.: A student riding a moped was stopped on the 900 block of North Sugar Road for not having license plates. He was not wearing a helmet and had no license, insurance or vehicle registration paperwork. The moped was impounded.
–Compiled by Andrea Torres