Crime Reports as of April 2


Herald Staff

Richard Scott Stroot, a professor in the department of theatre and dance, reported someone had stolen his iPhone 4 from his office in Gordon Wilson Hall room 310 on March 19. The phone was valued at $150.

Naperville, Illinois, freshman Luke Spinell was arrested on March 25 for public intoxication after shouting obscenities at police while leaving a party at 424 E 13th Ave.

Brooks junior Christopher Welch and Hendersonville, Tennessee, sophomore Christian Combs were cited for possession of drug paraphernalia in Parking Structure 3 on March 28.

Joshua Hayes, director of equal employment opportunity and a Title IX deputy at WKU, reported that William Keith Clark, a senior academic adviser at the Academic Advising and Retention Center, may possess matter containing child pornography on his WKU computer.

An unnamed female student reported on April 1 that she had been raped twice in the last year, once at the Columns Apartment and once on campus. According to the police report, the report had previously been submitted to Title IX for review.