Criminal Trespassing/Resisting an Officer
Two University of Louisiana at Lafayette students, who said they “were doing Parkour” on the roof of the Walk of Honor, were detained on Oct. 14 after running from police officers. The two students gained access to the roof through the second floor walkway between F.G. Mouton Hall BI Moody III and said they heard a police officer command them to get off the roof, but one of them ran because he scared and the other ran because the other student told him to. The students were later released and referred to Student Life and Conduct.
A female student said a male student, who was connected with her through a previous incident involving damage to an automobile, allegedly sent pictures with inappropriate text to her on Oct. 12 through Snapchat.
Disturbing the Peace
Police officers responded to a possible domestic disturbance at 600 Taft St. after being called by a female who sounded distressed. The police officers knocked on the door, yelled, heard loud television noises and entered the apartment but were unable to locate the individuals. Officers called the woman who said they were at the Walmart on Pinhook Road. The police officers went to Walmart but were again unable to locate the individuals.
Avianca Williams, a Starbucks employee located in UL Lafayette’s student union, was taken into custody on Oct. 13 by the Marshal’s Office after serving a warrant for failure to appear in court.
A man claimed he was a victim of fraudulent emails after giving his personal information, including his phone number and emails, to Schwedes Employment company who contacted him about employment. After giving over his personal information he thought it could be a scam and contact ULPD.
The ATM, located in the UL Lafayette student union, allegedly malfunctioned and didn’t dispense her $100 withdrawal. The bank showed that a transaction occurred, however, the woman’s transaction receipt said it was unable to process.
A juvenile allegedly started a small fire near some leaves and a burnt toy at 200 E. Lewis St. on Oct. 17. Police officers spoke to the child’s mother about the incident and the report was forwarded to investigations.
A black skateboard with a “Sector 9” logo at the bottom was stolen from the UL Lafayette student union on Oct. 15.