Monday, May 01, 2006

I Had a Really, Really Fun Time This Weekend. . .

I had a really, really good time this weekend, but I don't feel so hot today. . .


Public Intoxication (2 Counts) / Resisting Arrest (1Count):  Two subjects were reported yelling profanities and disrupting other patrons that were watching the performance in section 81.  Officers assigned to the event located the subjects and observed that both appeared to be intoxicated. Officers observed the following signs of intoxication: both had a very strong odor of an alcoholic beverage on their person, each had watery glassy eyes, and slurred speech.  Each subject was supporting the other to keep from falling.  During the investigation, the subjects became argumentative with the officers and refused to leave the building.  When being escorted out, one subject began flaying her arms back and forth and refused to comply with the officers commands.  Both were transported to Central Booking.  Occurred on 4-28-06, at 10:30 PM.

But I'm with the band! 
Public Intoxication: A subject attempted to get on stage during the performance.  UT staff removed the subject from the stage area and requested assistance from the UT police.  During the investigation, the subject was combative and insulting to patrons walking by.  Officers observed the following signs of intoxication: very strong odor of an alcoholic beverage on her person, unsure balance, and slurred speech. Officers also discovered that the subject had a 2X8 oz. binocular flask around her neck that still contained a small amount of alcohol. Subject was transported to Central booking.  Occurred on 4-28-06, at 11:00 PM.

I lost my shoes:


Public Intoxication: A subject was reported as having run through a reserved suite into the suite’s restroom to begin the most expeditious method of removing alcoholic beverages form one’s stomach. The subject was found on the restroom floor hugging her new found porcelain friend. The subject was not aware of her surroundings or the location of her shoes. The subject needed assistance with standing and walking. The subject was found to be under the influence of an alcoholic beverage to the point she was a physical endangerment to herself.

Also had fun with an art project:


Graffiti: Words were discovered painted in red, peach, and pink paint in the south east stairwell of the parking garage. Loss value: $100.00.

Got in a little target practice:


Assault with Bodily Injury: A UT student reported that he had been shot in his left arm with a pellet gun by a subject inside a red vehicle. The pellet had left a three inch welt. A vehicle matching the description was observed driving near the area and the driver was stopped and identified. During a search of his vehicle a silver metal BB gun was located under the front passenger seat. During the investigation the driver identified a second accomplice that he had just dropped off at the San Jacinto Dorm. Officers located the second suspect and located a second Air Soft BB gun and tracer rounds. Both subjects were transported to Central Booking for Assault with Bodily Injury.

Tried to get something to eat:

Public Intoxication: A subject was observed pounding on the glass door of a closed local business. When stopped the subject stated that she was trying to get in to eat, but no one would open the doors. Officers were informed that she had received the same treatment at another local business. During the investigation officers detected a very strong odor of an alcoholic beverage on her person and determined that she was intoxicated and a danger to herself. The subject was taken into custody and transported to Central Booking.

I am not, however, "friends with Rick Perry":

Criminal Mischief / Possession of Drug Paraphernalia: A subject was observed throwing a jar of grape jelly at the door of another resident. The reporting person stated that the subject appeared to be intoxicated. The student fled to a room when UTPD was notified of the incident and refused to open the door when officers arrived. Approximately an hour later, officers were again summoned to the same room for a medical emergency after several subjects inside the room were believed to be intoxicated to the point that they were unresponsive. One subject initially refused to respond to stimulus and became verbally aggressive with the officer and EMS. While EMS was attempting to treat the subject, the officer observed in plain view a 3 foot filtering device by a bed. The device contained the odor of burnt marijuana. Subject declared that she was friends with Rick Perry and that she would "have fun getting some cops fired." In addition to other law enforcement action taken, the subject was issued a field release citation for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Occurred on 4-30-06 between 2:02 AM AND 3:17 AM.

susan "i was not representing the MPA advising center during this time" brown

1 comment:

gl. said...

i was amused by the mention of a "3 foot filtering device." ha! man, i miss police blotters...