Crime reports for Friday, Sept. 16

Christian Hansen


■ Keisha Poindexter, Rodes-Harlin Hall, reported on Sept. 14 her moped was stolen from the McCormack Lot.  The value of the vehicle is estimated at $1,175.

■ Dwayne Gulley, a Centerplate employee, reported on Sept. 14 a hinge on a freezer belonging to a concession stand owned by Centerplate was damaged on Smith Stadium Concourse 2. It appeared a concrete block was used to break the hinge off the freezer.

■ A juvenile resident of Pearce-Ford Tower reported on Sept. 13 that his keys and his ID were stolen from his room.  The value of the theft is estimated at $25.

■ Bradley Rey King, Keen Hall, and Charles C. Duggins were cited for possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia on Sept. 13 in the Creason lot.


■ Jared P. Lawless, PFT,  had a Taser deployed against him by WKU police on Sept. 12 after fleeing from them on foot from the University Lot. Lawless was taken to The Medical Center for evaluation and then lodged in the Warren County Regional Jail. Lawless was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, fleeing the police on foot, disorderly conduct and public intoxication. He was released from jail the following day.

■ Dakota Perkins, Barnes-Campbell Hall, was arrested on Sept. 12 in the Barnes lobby and charged with alcohol intoxication in a public place. Perkins was lodged in the Warren County Jail and released the same day.