■ Byron Dowell reported on Aug. 28 a theft from his vehicle parked in the Adams Street Lot. The value is estimated at $520.
■ Courtney Marie Gayetty reported on Aug. 27 items stolen from her vehicle. The value is estimated at $500.
■ Ashley Franklin, a Georgetown freshman, reported on Aug. 27 that an unknown subject stole her GPS from her vehicle while it was parked on the seventh floor of Parking Structure 1. The value is estimated at $80.
■ Jacob Franck, California, Ky., sophomore, reported on Aug. 26 that an unknown subject cut the pipe to his catalytic converter on his 1999 Volkswagen Jetta while it was parked in the Creason Lot.
■ Audrey L. Anton, assistant professor of philosophy and religion, reported on Aug. 23 that $34 in cash was taken from her desk drawer in her office, room 318A in Cherry Hall.
■ Gail Simone, office assistant in the music department, reported on Aug. 23 that an Apple computer was stolen from room 352 of the Ivan Wilson Fine Arts Center. Simone said in the report that the computer, which is valued at $1,300, could have been taken at any point between June 11 and Aug. 11.
■ Tim Kafel reported on Aug. 22 that an unknown person stole items from a second-floor concession stand in Smith Stadium. The value of the theft was $655.55.
■ Johnny Lee Smith of Lewisport was served a warrant and arrested on Aug. 22 in room 202 of McCormack Hall for a theft that occurred in May.
■ Casie Williford, Murphysboro, Ill. sophomore, was arrested on Aug. 26 for careless driving and driving under the influence of alcohol on the 1500 block of Normal Drive.
■ Just before midnight on Aug. 27, officers responded to the PFT courtyard to check on students possibly drinking alcohol. Upon arrival, Jermiah Anthony Neal, of Louisville, smelled of alcohol and had slurred speech, according to police records. Upon apprehension, police discovered there was a warrant out for his arrest from the Jefferson County Police Department for burglary in the second degree.
■ Timothee Mwizerwa, a Brentwood, Tenn., freshman, was arrested on Aug. 28 for possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Mwizerwa was released from the Warren County Regional Jail on Aug. 29.
■ Cameron Savage, a homeless man, was arrested for criminal trespass in the second degree when found lying on a towel, asleep in the handicap stall of the first floor men’s bathroom of Mass Media and Technology Hall on Aug. 20 at 6:34 a.m. Savage was given two lawful orders in the past to stay off campus. He has no affiliation with WKU.